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Archaeologists trying to find murdered king's body

Vintage engraving of King James I of Scotland. King of Scotland from 1406, was the son of King Robert III and Annabella Drummond.

Summer archaeological dig set for historic Upstate NY island site

An archaeology dig is planned this summer on an island in the upper Hudson River that's considered the birthplace of the U.S. Army Rangers. The annual summer field school held by the State University of New York Adirondack will be conducted from July 10 through Aug. 18 on Rogers Island in Fort Edward, 40 miles north of Albany.

Routes, trails crisscrossed area long before Europeans arrived

Utes on a well-used trail in the Garden of the Gods near Colorado Springs in 1913. The trail led west to the mountains, over Ute Pass and into South Park.


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Archaeological excavation of a Chinese Gold Rush Mining Village in Victoria Australia

Announcing the launch of The Uncovered Past Institutea href="">>, a new not-for-profit organisation set up to run archaeology projects in Australia based on public participation. Join us to discover more about the Chinese miners who once lived and worked in the 19th century Harrietville Chinese Mining Village, in the Ovens Valley in northeast Victoria. For around thirty years from the late 1850s, Harrietville was home…See More
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Our Amelia Earhart Indiegogo campaign has launched!Help send our film team to Nikumaroro Island with the expedition to find more evidence that Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, landed there and were marooned and died back in 1937.  Conclusive evidence might come to light on this trip and we will be there to…See More
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Amelia Earhart fundraiser to launch 9/19/16

You can help our film crew join the search for Amelia Earhart! Our Indiegogo fundraising campaign begins September 19 and will last just one month. The funds will pay for us to secure a place on the expedition ship and film the research team in June and July 2017 as they voyage to the Pacific island of Nikumaroro, where Amelia very likely landed and survived for a time in 1937. This expedition, which includes some serious archaeological fieldwork, could bring home conclusive evidence that the…See More
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Portraits of Humanity features Herculaneum scrolls and Western miner

Friends and colleagues: See x-ray technology reading carbonized papyrus scrolls and track down a colorful 19th century miner in the August 2016 edition of Strata: Portraits of Humanity, available online and on TV:(1) About 2000 years ago, Mt. Vesuvius in southern Italy exploded, carbonizing a private library in Herculaneum. The papyrus scrolls are extremely fragile and many have been damaged. Using technology similar to a CAT scan, two specialists have been able to look through the scrolls, one…See More
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