Etudes 2010

 

 

 

 

 - "Mysteries of Cumbria's ancient stones unlocked"

 - "Decline of an Empire Seen in Zapotec Thighbones"

 - "Archaeologists may have found 5000-year-old civilization in southern Iran "

 -"Mosaics provide missing pieces to popular ancient plays"

 - "The Prehistoric Treasure In The Fields Of Indiana"

 - " 500 years of wine-drinking cups in Ancient Greece"

 - "GRECE 2010 - A year of discoveries and renovated museums"

 - "Drapham dzong,  of 16th century provenance"

 - Des archéologues sur la piste des Aryens

 - Top 10 des découvertes archéologiques 2010 part.1part.2

 - "Celtic noble's tomb discovery"

 - "La Byzantine Anastasis serait-elle aux pieds de la cathédrale St Georges des Grecs orthodoxes ?"

 - "Secrets of an ancient Tel Aviv fortress revealed"

 - "Armageddon fortress may hold keys to history"

 - "Did the Scots visit Iceland before the Vikings ?"

 - "Mexico/Tenochtitlan :localisation du Tezcatlachco"

 - "How December 25 became Christmas"

 - "Turkey story" , part.1  ,  part.2  , part.3

 - "Le Saint Suaire de Turin date bien du Moyen-Age"

 - "Most ancient site in Arakan bulldozed for railroad"

 - " 17/12/1790 : The Aztec Sun stone rediscovered"

 - "Polémique sur le Stonehenge de bois : néolithique ou pas ?"

 - "Pythagoras, a math genius ? Not by Babylonian standards"

 - "L'archéologie éphémère de Formby"

 - "Sasanian Iwan-e Karkheh on the verge of total destruction"

 - "L"avenir des cités lacustres de Chalain et Clervaux"

 - "Tromelin dévoile une partie de ses secrets"

 - "Prehistoric dice boards found - Oldest games in Americas ?"

 - "Ancient secrets of Sir Bani Yas island"

 - "Une industrie apicole il y a 3000 ans"

 - "La cité d'Althiburos sort de terre"

 - "La seconde mort de Pompéi" Part.1  ,  Part.2

 - "Ancestor stones found"

 - "Jerusalem, a license to dig"

 - "The context of Stubline-Crkvine group of Vinca figurines"  Part.1   ,  Part.2

 - "Warring Greeks find peace in ancient Egypt"

 - "Momies, temples et pyramides en danger"

 - "Heathen buried in Iceland, 1100 years post-mortem"

 - "Persian Gulf sites hint at prehistoric people"

 - "Le méreau de Saint-Sauvant"

 - "Early Bronze Age Malkata Momina Mogila"

 - "Burnham hoard uncovered"

 - "Dholavira : the lake city of the Indus Valley civilization"

 - "Découverte d'un bâtiment zoroastrien"

 - "Les Acadiens du marais de Belle-Isle"

 - "Crown reveals new holy female pharaoh"

 - "Viking silver in arctic Norway"

 - "Halte au pillage du patrimoine archéologique"

 - "Ancient Arabia   Part.1 : Pre-history"  , Par.2 : 4th millennium - Nabatean kings

                                   Part.3 : Qaryat Al-Faw and Hellenistic Arabia

                                   Part.4 : The coming of Islam

 - "Real Mortimer's Hole uncovered by cave survey"

 - "Stonehenge mystery could rest on ball bearings"

 - " Pérou : Ancient trumpets played eerie notes"

 - "Chillicothe : Hopewell culture National Historic Park"

 - "Chinese noodle dinner buried for 2500 years"

 - "Acoustic archaeology yielding mind-tripping tricks"

 - "Masons' marks get a revival"

 - "Roman decadence and rising seas"

 - "Tusi kingdom awoken after 800 years of deep sleep"

 - "Can computerised terrain analysis find Boudica's last battlefield ?"

 - " Maya pyramids pose acoustic riddle"

 - "Cahokia Mounds , the remnants of a sprawling metropolis"

 - "Items found in Monmouth shed light on Mesolithic man"

 -"Ancient Egyptians and the Big Dipper"

 - "Secrets of Chaco Canyon"  , "The Chacoan outlier Great Houses"

 - Rests of extinct animals discovered in a Cenote

 - Mayans converted wetlands to farmland

 - Chengdu Plain : Sifting through the past

 - Ramat Rachel : Story of ancient power revealed in Royal garden

 - Archaeology : Materials dispute Woodland decline

 - The reappearance of Yangshao ? , part. 1  ,  part. 2

 - Dunhuang : Hidden passages, secrets texts and gold thieves , part.1  , part.2

 - Tonina is one of the greatest mesoamerican cities

 - Silbury hill's construction process

 - The Caral figurines

 - Odd Pyramid had 'penthouse' homes, ritual sacrifices  ? (Huaca Colorada, Pérou)

 - Il y a 30000 ans les Européens fabriquaient déjà de la farine

 - Bocana del Rio Copalita (Mexique)

 - New discoveries concerning pre-Colombians settlements in the Amazone

 - 2700-year-old temple at Tayinat had royal loyalty oath prominently displayed

 - Yins ruins placed on archaeological sites list

 - New ways to chart our maritime past

 - Jericho unveils massive ancient mosaic

 - Delaware : Lewes shipwreck site a window into 1770s economy

 - Resurrecting the Maize King

 - Il y a 8000 ans, les Egyptiens subissaient un réchauffement climatique

 - Project Troia  - Bronze Age Troy just keeps on growing

 - A Viking mystery (1) , A Viking mystery (2) , AViking mystery (3) , A Viking mystery (4)

 - Even the Romans recycled glass

 - Ancient New Guinea settlers headed for the hills

 - No evidence for ancient comet or Clovis catastrophe

 - New light on Roman paintings

 - The gold mask of Tutankhamon and its significance

 - Taking a new look at old digs : trampling animals may alter Stone Age sites

 - 5500-year-old fratricide at Hamoukar, Syria

 - Et le vent ouvrit la Mer Rouge à Moïse et les siens

   Parting the waters : computer modeling applies physics to Red Sea escape route

 - Latest season of archaeologists research in Vigol (Iran)

 - 9th c. : Genocide wiped out Native American population

 - India's biggest temple turns 1000

 - Scientist unearths 5000-year-old rock art in Somaliland

 - 2000 year old burial complex discovered on Jacob's island, Kawartha Lakes (Canada)

- Game Creek site dig unearths 9500 years of Native inhabitants

- Home of 'Ice Giants' thaws, shows pre-viking hunts

- Cylindre de Cyrus : la première déclaration des droits de l'homme

- Archaeological culture and Prehistory : Salcuta-Telish case study

- Scientists claim that Vergina tomb was that of Alexander's half-brother

- Ancient Moche burials provided insects with banquet  (D.vergano)

 - Archaeologists find new clues why the Maya left  (D.Vergano / USAToday)

                     * http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science/2010-08-25-maya-pompeii_N.htm

 - Une 'piscine' maya dans la forêt équatoriale (Dr. I. Paap / Université de Bonn)

 - Mexico's anthropology specialists identify name of  Maya ruler  (ArtDaily)

                     * http://www.artdaily.org/index.asp?int_sec=11&int_new=40237

 - Pompeii Poop   (pdf University of Cincinnati)

                     *  http://classics.uc.edu/~ellis/PompeiiPoop.pdf

 - Roman neighborhood ruins uncovered in Lyon, France (M.Cosgrove / Digital Journal)

                     *  http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/294997

 - The mysterious Irene Complex near Savannah  (Examiner / R. Thornton)

 - News analysis on problems between archaeology and pharaonic chronology, based on radiocarbon dating

  - CHACO CANYON     Part. 1       (Examiner.com : America's architectural hetitage, Richard Thornton)

  - CHACO CANYON     Part. 2

  - The rise and fall of a Harappan city   (Frontline vol.27 - Issue 12 , Jun 05-18 2010, T.S.Subramanian)

                   *  http://www.flonnet.com/stories/20100618271206200.htm


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