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House uncovered in Nea Paphos, Cyprus
9 January 2011 For Dr Claire Balandier, the head of the French archaeological team which uncovered the house, complete with wall paintings, last year’s find was one of her most exciting during 20 years of excavating in Cyprus. She believes the house is probably the oldest known of in Paphos. http://www.cyprus-mail.com/features/house-expected-reveal-hidden-secrets-ancient-city/20110109For more world archaeology news go to:http://www.archaeology.ws/worldarchnews.htmlor mobile cellphone http://www.archaeology.ws/mobileworldarchnews.htm
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Ancient artefacts found in Nepal cave
9 January 2011 The Department of Archaeology of Nepal has claimed that artifacts found in a cave at Pang-2, Kalimati of Parbat could be thousands of years old. A DoA team led by section officer Navaraj Adhikari reached the place and took the artifacts to Kathmandu for investigation. There is an empty space about 20 feet wide covered by stones a couple of meters below the ground level at the site. Locals from neighboring villages are starting to crowd around the site after the discovery. "We have started worshipping the site because we believe it's sacred," said a local. http://www.stonepages.com/news/archives/004192.htmlFor more world archaeology news go to:http://www.archaeology.ws/worldarchnews.htmlor mobile cellphone http://www.archaeology.ws/mobileworldarchnews.htm
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Early city found near Bam, Iran
11 January 2011 A team of archaeologists working on the Bam riverside in Kerman Province have recently unearthed ruins of a large ancient site, which are believed to belong to the 5000-year-old Jiroft civilisation. http://www.tehrantimes.com/index_View.asp?code=233635For more world archaeology news go to:http://www.archaeology.ws/worldarchnews.htmlor mobile cellphone http://www.archaeology.ws/mobileworldarchnews.htm
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London's oldest structure, 7000 years old, found

6 January 2011 At low tide on the Thames, just outside the MI6 Intelligence Headquarters, archaeologists have found six timber posts driven into the river bed. They date to 5000BC, the Mesolithic period, when people in Britain were fishing, gathering and hunting.http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2011/jan/06/ancient-timbers-mi6-headquartersFor more world archaeology news go to:http://www.archaeology.ws/worldarchnews.htmlor mobile cellphone http://www.archaeology.ws/mobileworldarchnews.htm
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1848 Village found in San Francisco, USA

5 January 2011 Excavations in San Francisco, on the site of the new Transbay Terminal, have found the site of a settlement dating back to 1848.They have found what used to be shopkeepers’ and entrepreneurs’ homes that once sat between two enormous sand duneshttp://www.sfexaminer.com/local/development/2011/01/remnants-boozy-village-foundFor more world archaeology news go to:http://www.archaeology.ws/worldarchnews.htmlor mobile cellphone http://www.archaeology.ws/mobileworldarchnews.htm
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Roman Military Buildings in Ukraine
4 January 2011 Roman legionary quarters have been discovered on the Crimean peninsula on the Black Sea by Polish archaeologists. They suggest the presence of a Roman Fort. The buildings, which include later houses, date to the 1st to 3rd centuries AD.http://www.thenews.pl/international/artykul146739_polish-archeologists-discover-roman-fort-in-ukraine.htmlFor more world archaeology news go to:http://www.archaeology.ws/worldarchnews.htmlor mobile cellphone http://www.archaeology.ws/mobileworldarchnews.htm
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Tomb of 8th Century BC King opened in Turkey

4 January 2011 Burial chambers of the Urartian King Argishti and his family in the western wing of the ancient castle in the eastern province of Van were opened for the first time to the Anatolia News Agency Centered around the Lake Van in the eastern Turkey, the Urartian Kingdom ruled from the mid 9th century BC till its defeat by Media in the early 6th century BC. The most splendid monuments of the Urartian Kingdom take place in Van since the city was the capital of the kingdom.Built on a rocky peak, the castle, one of the most significant samples of the Urartian architecture, was brought to daylight during excavations headed by lecturer Altan Cilingiroglu of the Ege University. The castle draws hundreds of Turkish and foreign visitors each year.Argishti I was the sixth known king of the ancient kingdom, reigning from 786 BC to 764 BC. As the son and the successor of Menua, he continued the series of conquests initiated by his predecessors. Victorious agains…
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Palaeolithic tools on Crete imply early seafaring

3 January 2011 The discovery of handaxes and other tools near Plakias, Crete, suggests that hominins reached the island by sea more than 130,000 years ago. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/feedarticle/9433723For more world archaeology news go to:http://www.archaeology.ws/worldarchnews.htmlor mobile cellphone http://www.archaeology.ws/mobileworldarchnews.htm
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