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1 Bottle of grey wine that was dug out of US Civil War shipwreck after 151 years gets tasted
2 New Recipe for 19th Century Shipwrecked Beer
3 Stone Tool Unearthed in Oregon 'Hints' at Oldest Human Occupation in Western U.S.
4 Rufford Abbey 'photo tripod stone' is Roman artifact
5 Saving Chilean mummies from climate change
6 No One Knows Our Names
7 Evidence indicates Yucatan Peninsula likely hit by tsunami 1,500 years ago
8 Mysterious Jade Artifact May Have Been Offering to Ancient Gods
9 Neanderthal jewelry? Discovery sheds light on predecessors' cognitive abilities
10 'Bedlam' Graveyard Excavation May Reveal Thousands of Skeletons
11 Polish archaeologists in the forgotten capital of ancient Egypt
12 Bavarian archaeologists find 250-year-old pretzel
13 Centuries-old DNA helps identify specific origins of slave skeletons found in Caribbean
14 Ancient Fossils Reveal Diversity in the Body Structure of Human Ancestors
15 Honduran Archaeologists Doubt National Geographic Found White City
16 Neanderthals modified eagle claws 130,000 years ago
17 Humans adapted to rainforest living much earlier than thought
18 A carpet of stone tools in the Sahara
19 For 80 Years, Ancient Gold Treasure Rested Undisturbed
20 Unique tooth reveals details of the Peking Man's life
21 Smithsonian Takes Hall of Human Origins Across Country in New Traveling Exhibition
22 Humans adapted to living in rainforests much sooner than thought
23 Bronze Age bones offer evidence of political divination
24 Big toe's big foot holds evolutionary key
25 2,500-Year-Old Bison-Kill Site Offers New Clues into Ancient Culture of Northern Plains
26 Stone tool from Oregon archaeological site could point to oldest human presence in western U.S.--science
27 Ring brings ancient Viking, Islamic civilizations closer together
28 Are the world's oldest mummies being damaged by a changing climate?
29 Ancient Receipt Proves Egyptian Taxes Were Worse than Yours
30 Ancients Set Stage for Collapse of Teotihuacan
31 Unearthing an Iron Age Sanctuary in the Mediterranean
32 Researchers discover possible origin of Trieste, Italy
33 Valuable archaeological discovery near Sanok
34 Cultivated papaya owes a lot to the ancient Maya, research suggests
35 Scientists offer new perspectives on China's long history of reunifications
36 Spain finds Don Quixote writer Cervantes' tomb in Madrid
37 Gem Engraved with Goddess' Image Found Near King Herod's Mausoleum
38 Archaeologists Find Rare Bronze Mask of Pan
39 Archaeological research conducted in three sites occupied by the Mochicas
40 East African Fossil Finds Show Early Human Diversity
41 Archaeologists Find Byzantine Coins, Roman Inscription in Aquae Calidae--Thermopolis Preserve in Bulgaria's Burgas
42 Archaeologists Dig Up Ancient Skeleton from under Odessos Fortress Wall in Bulgaria's Varna
43 Coral Pyramids in Micronesia Date Back to Middle Ages
44 10,000-Year-Old Stone Tool Site Discovered in Suburban Seattle
45 The most complete ancient crossbow unearthed with terracotta army
46 Bulgarian Archaeologists Find Ancient Pithoi, Medieval Byzantine Seals at Upper Voden Fortress
47 Bulgarian Archaeologists Unearth Neolithic Bone Needle, 100-Meter Fortress Wall at Medieval Asen's Fortress
48 Polish archaeologists working in Romania
49 Did a volcanic cataclysm 40,000 years ago trigger the final demise of the Neanderthals?
50 Luxor tombs found
51 Prehistoric stone tools bear 500,000-year-old animal residue
52 Who do you think you really are? The first fine-scale genetic map of the British Isles
53 Scientists reveal prehistoric animal lived some 2,000 years after 'extinction'
54 Forgotten monuments of Northern Sweden
55 Neanderthals shape up as globe's first jewellers
56 Peru's growing capital seeks to preserve Inca ruins
57 Can We Recover the Meanings of Ancient Art?
58 Horse and camel hunting by prehistoric humans in North America
59 Oldest evidence of breast cancer found in Egyptian skeleton
60 Poisons, plants and Palaeolithic hunters
61 Porcupine unearths 1,400 year old oil lamp at archaeological site in Emek Hefer
62 Prehistoric site in Alberta centuries older than previously thought
63 Archeologists discover Maya 'melting pot'
64 Ancient 'imaginary creatures' artifacts fascinate
65 Bulgarian Archaeologists Find Lead Reliquary with Ashes from John the Apostle's Grave during Excavations of Ancient Fortress Burgos (Poros)
66 Bulgarian Archaeologists Figure Out Ancient Odessos Thracians Worshiped Greek Goddess Aphrodite, Not Thracian Goddess Bendis
67 Bulgarian Archaeologist Shows Off 1500-Year-Old Bronze Lamp to Get Govt Funding for Excavations of Late Antiquity Fortress
68 Geopolitics in Aztec-era MesoAmerica
69 Archaeologists studied the remains of Biskupin-type fortified settlement in Germany
70 Local cults of saints played a role in Scandinavian Christianisation
71 Ancient gold artifacts uncovered in north Wales
72 Archaeologist Discovers Mysterious Ancient Maya Citadel
73 Massive Underground City Found in Cappadocia Region of Turkey
74 Row over plans to use ancient Spanish amphitheatre as tennis court
75 Red Lady cave burial reveals Stone Age secrets
76 Bulgarian Man Finds Silver Treasure of Western European, Ottoman Coins While Plowing Field
77 Archaeologists in Bulgaria's Varna Unearth 3 More Skeletons, Identify Necropolis under Fortress Wall of Ancient Odessos
78 An amazing grave: Archaeologists say skeleton of woman is latest known early medieval burial found in Wales
79 Stone-age Italians defleshed their dead
80 Bulgarian Archaeologist Finds 5000-Year-Old Relief from Ancient Mesopotamia among Artifacts Seized from Treasure Hunters
81 Renewable jet fuel--not only green but orange-scented
82 Cosmic detectives: clues in an ancient fast radio burst
83 Chocolate: decadent, delicious...and good for your brain?
84 Language and tool-making might be connected
85 Why do diamonds sparkle?
86 A lighter, cheaper satellite
87 A better explanation for why sodium explodes in water
88 An immune system that grows with experience
89 Geologists solve the mystery of what tectonic plates float on
90 Does language work to make the world a happier place?
91 New eye in the sky: DSCOVR to watch over Earth and Sun
92 Chimps learn to grunt with a Scottish 'accent'
93 Space travel is bad for your health
94 Printed solar cells poised for a breakthrough
95 Wasps turn ladybirds into zombies
96 How satellites can help prevent illness
97 Cracking the codes of human disease
98 Dawn arrives on Ceres
99 Electric currents help the mind dream and wander
100 How honeybees make house hunting decisions
101 Ancient explosion warps space and time
102 Packing light for Mars
103 Remote controlled cockroaches on the march
104 A gold Trojan nano-horse that fights cancer
105 Caffeinated flowers give bees a buzz
106 Puzzles posed by a chilly northern winter
107 How the chameleon glows in technicolour
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