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Neolithic Age Greek Town Diros Bay Unearthed

Recent research by the Diros Project in Greece has uncovered the remains of an ancient town and burial complex that date to the Neolithic and Bronze Age. Located outside the entrance to Alepotrypa Cave, the site of Ksagounaki yielded Neolithic buildings and adult and infant burials that indicate the sites together were part of one huge ritual and settlement complex. ...

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Female mummy wearing heavy jewelry unearthed in Egypt

Spanish archaeologists have discovered about 4,000 years old female mummy wearing rare jewellery, belonging to higher social class, in Egypt. The mummy, dating back to the Middle Kingdom (2137-1781 BC), was discovered in the necropolis (cemetery) below the temple of Pharaoh Thutmosis III, Discovery News reported. As the archaeologists were cleaning and restoring several tombs in the necropolis that had ...

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