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1 Historic Ophel Excavation in Jerusalem Showcases a Day at the Dig
2 Coin hoards and pottery bring new insights to an ancient Illyrian stronghold
3 A Neanderthal trove in Madrid
4 Return to Antikythera: Divers revisit wreck where ancient computer found
5 The Unsolved Mystery of the Tunnels at Baiae
6 Egyptian toe tests show they're likely to be the world's oldest prosthetics
7 Amazonian Tribal Warfare Sheds Light on Modern Violence, Says MU Anthropologist
8 Archeologists uncover new Assyrian site in northern Iraq
9 Scientists Estimate Date When Neanderthals and Modern Humans Last Shared Ancestors
10 Mexico: Mayan ball court was celestial 'marker'
11 Study Suggests Early Humans Ate Meat 1.5 Million Years Ago
12 Button found on St. Augustine shipwreck 'the smoking gun' to its identity
13 Archaeology: Crete, 3500-year-old Minoan building found
14 Cavewoman jeweller rewrites gender history
15 Neolithic dentists?
16 Tomb of Maya queen K'abel discovered in Guatemala
17 Thousands of First Nations artifacts found near Vernon
18 Was ed-Dur ruled by a woman?
19 Mexico finds 50 skulls in sacred Aztec temple
20 Well-preserved mammoth found in northern Siberia
21 October Reflections on a Career in Archaeology: "We Cannot All Be Money Makers!"
22 Celebrating Ohio's first archaeology curator
23 Neolithic discovery: why Orkney is the centre of ancient Britain [see 28]
24 Mazotos wreck could shed light on ancient shipbuilding
25 Archaeologists say that Mayas built watchtower-style structures atop ball court to observe sky
26 Archaeologists Explore Prehistoric Foundations of Angkor in Southeast Asia
27 Italian archaeologists find 2 sunken Roman ships off Turkey
28 Neolithic discovery: why Orkney is the centre of ancient Britain [see 23]
29 Saudi eases access to long-hidden ancient ruins
30 Archaeology: Europe's 'oldest town' found near Bulgaria's Varna, professor says
31 Stone Age Artifacts Excavated at Ein Zippori Archaeological Site in Israel
32 Tomb Near Serres Wife, Son of Alexander?
33 Low Mississippi River exposes shipwreck near Cape Girardeau
34 Mammoth site work continues in mud
35 Revealed: Early Bronze Age carvings suggest Stonehenge was a huge prehistoric art gallery
36 Excavating Pitt-Rivers project
37 CSIC researchers find the exact spot where Julius Caesar was stabbed
38 Mummy with Mouthful of Cavities Discovered
39 Border Patrol agents find ancient pottery in the Patagonia Mountains
40 Civil War Prison Camp Wall Uncovered
41 Mysterious Elk-Shaped Structure Discovered in Russia
42 Human impact felt on Black Sea long before industrial era
43 Kennewick Man bones not from Columbia Valley, scientist tells tribes
44 Apulia's archaeology under threat
45 Zeugma After the Flood
46 Mexican archaeologists discover the tomb of a pre-hispanic governor in Copalita
47 The Assyrian city of Tushhan: a race against time
48 Chinese Scientist Says Prehistoric Man Ate Pandas
49 Neanderthals...They're Just Like Us?
50 Pentillie work may solve mystery of its original owner
51 Cracking the code: the decipherment of Linear B 60 years on
52 Archaeologists explore ancient market
53 Ancient tomb found at 'Sweden's Stonehenge'
54 Modern neutron techniques analyse Tudor firepower on the Mary Rose
55 Cracking the code: the decipherment of Linear B 60 years on
56 Grave Thought to Contain Remains of King Richard III Came Within Inches of Being Destroyed by Victorian Builders
57 UNF students and professors keep up search for Fort Caroline
58 Ancient 'sauna' unearthed in Assynt
59 Salafists destroy ancient Morocco carvings: NGO
60 Ancient Egypt City Aligned With Sun on King's Birthday
61 Historic mosque burned in ancient Syrian city
62 Letter from Iceland: Surviving the Little Ice Age
63 Road from Time of Earliest Christian Apostles Uncovered at Bethsaida
64 Archaeologists Uncover Roman Mosaic in Downtown Sofia
65 Archaeologists Plan New Dig at Troy
66 Divers to mark end of Queen Anne's Revenge expedition
67 Evidence of Viking Outpost Found in Canada
68 'Fox hole' opens passage to Neolithic past, possibly Hades
69 Italian police recover Roman statue stolen from Pompeii
70 Cat discovers 2,000-year-old Roman catacomb
71 'Time-capsule' Japanese lake sediment advances radiocarbon dating for older objects
72 A sharper look into the past for archaeology and climate research
73 Ancient village along B.C. river reveals 1,300 years of First Nations history
74 Ancient Tomb Found Near Sweden's 'Stonehenge'
75 Archaeologists find twelve burials thought to be 1000 years old in the State of Nayarit
76 Alexandria built to celebrate birthday of Alexander the Great
77 Building blocks of Angkor Wat were shipped in by canal
78 Peru doctors 'to suspend strike over pay'
79 George McGovern, Richard Nixon challenger, dies
80 Beirut funeral for Wissam al-Hassan followed by clashes
81 Syria peace envoy Brahimi meets President Assad
82 Libya clashes in ex-Gaddafi bastion Bani Walid
83 Pope names new saints including Native American
84 Al Roth: An economist who saves lives
85 A Point Of View: What kind of superpower could China be?
86 Star Trek captains boldly go to London convention
87 Bollywood veteran film-maker Yash Chopra dies
88 Argentina orders sailors to evacuate Libertad ship seized by Ghana
89 Iran dismisses US nuclear talks New York Times report
90 Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy faces key vote in Galicia
91 Working Lives: Turkey
92 Hong Kong moves to weaken local currency
93 Jordan 'uncovers al-Qaeda plot'
94 Plagiarism: Stopping word thieves
95 Thefts of cell phones rise rapidly nationwide
96 Executive order says U.S. spy agencies must share cyberthreat info
97 2 off-duty Fla. officers fatally shoot naked woman
98 Priorities USA will focus on Romney's Bain record during closing stretch
99 Biden: Crying baby "knows what's in store" if Romney wins
100 Administration, GOP chairman spar before debate
101 Two Months 'Til Doomsday? Mayan Apocalypse Set for Dec. 21
102 Sun Unleashes Huge Solar Plasma Wave
103 European Satellite to Seek Nearby Super-Earth Planets in 2017
104 Proposed Colorado Spaceport Could Be Suborbital Spaceflight Hub
105 Stem Cells Reveal Defect in Parkinson's Cells
106 Buying a Kindle? How About a Fleet?
107 Zynga May Be in Slumps-Ville, but Social Games Are Spreading Fast on Mobile
108 You've Got Mail Overload
109 Isobenefit Lines Rewrite Rules for Understanding City Life
110 Another Reason for "Smart" Electric Meters
111 Rage Against the Smart Meter
112 A Ribbon Cutting for 3-D Printing (Using 3-D Printed Scissors)
113 More Screens, More Money for Google?
114 PARC Cuts Energy Waste in Waste Water
115 Can Software Eat the Deficit?
116 A Heads-Up Display for Skydivers
117 Running a Marine Unit on Solar and Diesel
118 A Brain Implant that Thinks
119 New Method for Making Neurons Could Lead to Parkinson's Treatment
120 Marketers Try to Master Facebook's Feed
121 A Startup Hopes to Help Computers Understand Web Pages
122 App Tallies Cost of Electric Driving