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Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal, 5/20/2015
The Fairfield Foundation held an Archaeology Day on the grounds of Walter Reed’s Birthplace in Belroi on Saturday. Participants included, from left, Paula, Steve and Maegan Powell of Norfolk…
The Durango Herald, 5/27/2015
Bayfield bibliophiles: Keep June 6th freeThe Friends of the Pine River Valley Public Library will hold its annual book sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 6 in the community room of the library,…
Free Times, 5/27/2015
Large-scale emancipation became a reality in South Carolina more than a year before Abraham Lincoln signed his famous proclamation.
The Day, 5/26/2015
Volunteers from across the state went to Long Society Meetinghouse Tuesday for the start of a four-day archaeological dig that also will serve as an old-fashioned foundation excavation…
Forbes, 5/25/2015
The only human skeletons found from the Late Intermediate Period on the Copacabana Peninsula of Bolivia all show evidence of physical violence inflicted during life, but some of them may…
Discovery News, 5/26/2015
Burials recovered at the site of a Medieval convent reveal a nun's life wasn't so idyllic.
KSL Salt Lake City, 5/26/2015
A guard station built in 1934 in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest has been rehabilitated and an open house will be held Friday to teach the public about the history of the building.
Duke University, 5/26/2015
Maria Doerfler, assistant professor of the history of Christianity in Late Antiquity, has been named the director of the Duke/UNC Center for Late Ancient Studies (CLAS).
Peninsula Warrior, 5/22/2015
The Archaeology Program for the Fort Eustis portion of Joint Base Langley-Eustis plans on performing a data recovery excavation on Archaeological Site 44NN0230. This excavation is needed to…
CBS News, 5/26/2015
CT scans and MRIs are being used by scientists to understand everything from a mummy's sex to its cause of death