Rapports Archeo 2013 - 3

Verdun (France): Les chaudronniers, un commerce intensif durant le Moyen Âge et la Renaissance

Pérou : Wari, predecessors of the Inca, used restraint to reshape human landscape

Czelin (Pologne): Rich tomb of the Roman period discovered

Wenxi River (Chine): A group of 2,000-years-old cliff tombs found

Kale-Krševica (Serbie): Central Balkans between Greek and Celtic World

Tissø  (Danemark): Prosperous Vikings whitewashed their walls

Jerusalem (Israël) : Who Built the Cardo ?

Hunter-gatherers and immigrant farmers lived together for 2,000 years in Central Europe

’Ain Dara (Syrie): Searching for the Temple of King Solomon

Experts Discover the Mother of Roman Perfumes On the Mediterranean Coast

Bianhe (Chine): Achievement from the archaeological excavation

- Argilos (Grèce): Découverte d'un portique vieux de plus de 2700 ans

Egypte: First ever evidence of a comet striking Earth

Novae (Bulgarie): archaeologists have discovered legion barracks

Proof of human migration from Sweden to Poland during the Early Bronze Age

Champigneulles (France): sur les traces de la sidérurgie lorraine aux XIIIe-XVe siècles

Gunduk (Irak): archaeologists saved a unique 4500 years old monument

Jamestown (USA) : appearance of a second deep "foundation" posthole (VIDEO)

- Kuntillet ‘Ajrud (Israël): Israelite Kings Depicted in Ancient Art?

Origins of ‘dragon blood’ or cinnabar use in Japan and the possible origin of the cinnabar mining technology

Mudaison - Saint-Brès (France): Des habitats ceinturés de la fin de la Préhistoire

- Kuntillet ‘Ajrud (Israël): Puzzling Finds

Vikings May Have Been More Social Than Savage

Regional population collapse followed initial agriculture booms in mid-Holocene Europe

Samalas volcano (Indonésie): Source of the great A.D. 1257 mystery eruption unveiled

Mazury (Pologne): Six medieval bridge crossings discovered

Denmark’s first farmers were immigrants

Argilos (Grèce): an early Greek colony in the 7th through 5th centuries B.C.

Kanjiazhai (Chine): Excavation of a Smelting Site at the Capital of Qi state

Antiochia ad Cragnum (Turquie): 1,600-square-foot marble mosaic

Erimi-Laonin tou Porakou (Chypre): completion of the 2013 fieldwork season

Les Ecrins (France): Alpine archaeology reveals high life through the ages

Tel Yafo (Israël): Trees, Seeds, & the Destruction of an Egyptian Fortress

How Third-Century China Saw Rome, a Land Ruled by “Minor Kings”

Math explains history: Simulation accurately captures the evolution of ancient complex societies

Idalion (Chypre): Excavations 2013 at the site of the Lower City

Kissonerga-Skalia (Chypre): completion of the 2013 season of excavation

Burdag (Pologne):  tombs from the early Middle Ages discovered

Krasnosamarskoe (Russie): Wolf Rites of Winter

Ayia Varvara-Asprokremnos (Chypre): 2013 excavations completed

- Argentomagus (France): Un exceptionnel service à vin découvert

Balaklava (Ukraine): Roman garrison commander's house found

- Jerusalem (Israël): Mt. Zion dig reveals possible second temple period priestly mansion

- Irish weights were a key Viking Age trading tool

Guangfulin (Chine): Neolithic cemetery and house foundation found

Xirokambi (Grèce): the excavation of Aghios Vassilios

Filippovka 1 (Russie): A Sarmatian burial mound excavated

Uxul (Mexique): a 1,400-year old mass grave discovered

Machu Picchu (Pérou): Astronomical observatory discovered

Dovrefjell (Norvège): Glacier reveals 5,400-year-old Stone Age arrow

El Pilar (Belize): Archaeologists Uncover Hidden Structures in Ancient Maya City Through New Technology

Jerusalem (Israël): Golden Treasure Found at Foot of Temple Mount

Méautis (France): Un vaste habitat rural du haut Moyen Âge découvert

How Ancient Jews Dated Years

Midea (Grèce): The Mycenaean Acropolis

Xi'an (Chine): Excavation achievements from the cemetery of Family Zhang

Tel Kabri (Israël): First MBA Cananite palatial storage room with jars in situ

Shimao (Chine): A Stone-Walled Settlement of the 2nd Millennium BC

Huqoq (Israël): Scholar’s Update: New Mosaics from the Synagogue

Timna Valley (Israël): Proof of Solomon's Mines Found

Ham Hill (G-B): Final excavations underway

Boeslunde (Danemark): Field teeming with Bronze Age gold rings

Lezoux (France): Un habitat médiéval rural

Sakdrissi (Géorgie): Plea to save ancient goldmine from total destruction

Liangzhu (Chine): Searching for a Lost Civilization

Jerusalem (Israël): Hezekiah’s Tunnel Reexamined

- Kakadu (Australie): 3D technology captures Aboriginal rock art

la Quemada (Mexique) : vestiges paléobotaniques en contexte domestique

- al-Ghazali (Soudan): a unique church in Byzantine monastic architecture

Isla del Tesoro (Bolivie): Archaeologists Unearth 10,400-Year-Old Settlements

Dongyang (Chine): Important achievements from the excavation to the Han tombs

Gebel el-Silsila (Egypte): Stories from the quarries Groundbreaking finds

Gezer (Israël): team digs for date of Canaanite water system

Racibórz (Pologne): Unique on the Polish scale clay figurine from the Neolithic period

Mexico (Mexique): l'Offrande 137 du Templo Mayor

Rock Creek Canyon /Sand Canyon (USA): archaeologists discover unknown rock art presentations

European hunter-gatherers owned pigs as early as 4600BC

Włoszczowa (Pologne): bridge leading to a motte castle discovered

Medmerry (G-B): Massive excavation spans 6000 years

One mummy – many coffins

1600-Year-Old Goblet Shows that the Romans Were Nanotechnology Pioneers

Wingfield Mesa / Flagstaff (USA) : Prehistoric meteorite ‘shrines’ may be linked

First Use of Spices in European Cuisine

'Ayn Gharandal (Jordanie): lost Roman outpost in southern Jordan

Kartal - Orłówka (Ukraine): Ancient stone circle discovered

Guyang (Chine): Important Excavation from Ancient City

el-Gerzeh (Egypte): Earliest known iron artifacts come from outer space

- Á Sondum (Iles Faroe): The Vikings were not the first colonizers

Ancient artefact gets a good bake

- 'Christians airbrushed women out of history'

Oberammergau (Allemagne): Analysis of ancient glass beads from cult site

- 'La Sepultura' cave (Mexique): the skeletons could be up to 2,000 years old

Madagascar : Human occupation pushed back 2500 years

Collapse of Late Bronze Age Civilizations Linked to Climate Change

Avrolles (France): Vestiges antiques, paléochrétiens et sépultures du haut Moyen Âge

Guangfentou (Chine): Archaeological discoveries

Franchthi Cave (Grèce): occuped during the Upper Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic periods.

Palenque (Mexique): une offrande déposée dans le Temple XX

- Ancient art fills in Egypt's ecological history

Ribe (Danemark): The day before death

- Apollonia-Arsuf (Israël): History’s Garbage Dump

Linzi (Chine): 2012 Excavation to the ruin of Palace No.10 at ancient capital of Qi Kingdom

Tromelin (Maurice): Lancement de la 4e campagne de fouilles archéologiques sur l’île

Meet Ancient Peru's own Grumpy Cat

Tell el-Farcha (Egypte): One of the world's oldest breweries

- Tlayacapan (Mexique): Fouilles fructueuses sur les pentes du mont El Tlatoani

Entrains-sur-Nohain (France): Vestiges gallo-romains d’Intaranum

Dorstone Hill (G-B): A British Neolithic Gateway to the Underworld

The milk revolution

Belfort (France): Recherches archéologiques place d’Armes

Troyes (France): Une nécropole entre périodes gauloise et romaine

Xiaoqinglong (Chine): The achievements from the excavation at the site

Tlatelolco (Mexique): Découverte d'une offrande spectaculaire

Marina el-Alamein (Egypte): the area of ancient baths.