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Description Archaeologists have unearthed 30 sealed wooden coffins with mummies inside at "El-Assasif," an ancient necropolis near Luxor, Egypt.

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Updated 20 October 2019

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Description Deep learning can help scholars restore ancient Greek texts. Specifically, researchers at University of Oxford (Thea Sommerschield and Professor Jonathan Prag) and DeepMind (Yannis Assael) built Pythia, training a neural ...

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Updated 20 October 2019

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Description The Kaga sank during the historic Battle of Midway, along with six other vessels.

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Updated 19 October 2019

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Description This week’s top Science news

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Updated 18 October 2019

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Description An AI was trained on thousands of ancient Greek engravings to fill the gaps where there are missing or damaged words

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Updated 18 October 2019

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Updated 18 October 2019

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Description The find sheds light on where the combatants in the Bronze Age battle came from.

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Updated 18 October 2019

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Description Five mummies dating to 4,000 years ago had cholesterol buildup in their arteries, hinting that humans have been susceptible to heart disease since ancient times.

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Updated 17 October 2019

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Description Ancient tablets from the lost city of Iri-Sagrig are being recovered from smugglers. Now archaeologists are racing to trace it before it is completely ransacked

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Updated 17 October 2019

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Description ANCIENT tablets penned by Europe's first advanced civilisation appear to solve the mystery of how they were "wiped out". The Minoans flourished between the years 2700BC and 1450BC – but evidence of their existence disappeared by 1100BC.

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Updated 17 October 2019

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Description Most humans have small snippets of DNA inherited from ancient hominins like Neanderthals. Now the first study shows some people have long stretches of it

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Updated 17 October 2019

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Description The ancient arthropods give new meaning to the phrase “pick-up line”

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Updated 17 October 2019

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Description The Egyptian government is hailing the discovery of more than 20 wooden coffins as "one of the largest and most important" archaeological finds in the past few years.

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Updated 17 October 2019

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Description AN INCREDIBLE haul of 20 perfectly preserved coffins have been found "as the Ancient Egyptians left them" near the city of Luxor. The sealed wooden sarcophagi feature rare intact engravings and even colouration that has survived thousands of years since they were buried.

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Updated 16 October 2019

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Updated 16 October 2019

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Description A FLOODED ancient Egyptian tomb stunned archaeologists after they drained it and discovered huge intact artefacts covered in thick mud. The discoveries were so unusual that the experts claimed to have 'never found anything like it' before.

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Updated 16 October 2019

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Description A ROMAN chariot complete with the fossilised remains of horses has been found in Croatia. The bizarre burial dates back nearly 2,000 years and is thought to be the result of a lavish funeral ritual for extremely wealthy Roman families.

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Updated 16 October 2019

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Description Renewables, environmental, and efficiency industries grew 3x faster than fossil fuels.

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Updated 16 October 2019

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Description These tablets could potentially be the earliest-yet records of intense auroral activity.

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Updated 16 October 2019

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Description The findings suggest this was a multiregional conflict that transpired on a wider scale than previously appreciated.

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Updated 16 October 2019

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Description It’s one of the “biggest and most important” discoveries in recent years.

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Updated 15 October 2019

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Description The green economy, covering renewable energy to environmental consultancy, is now so large in the US that it employs 10 times as many people as the fossil fuel industry

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Updated 15 October 2019

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Description A Norwegian hiker uncovered an ancient arrowhead. Discoveries like these are rare in Norway, where harsh winters have hidden away and destroyed many artifacts.

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Updated 15 October 2019

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Description Astronomers pioneered a new technique for observing the ancient universe, using a galaxy cluster as a magnifying glass to identify a tiny dwarf galaxy.

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Updated 15 October 2019

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Description Massive new offshore windfarms are now working, and more are on the way.

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Updated 15 October 2019

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Description A fascinating new study chronicles the family histories and complex social networks of European Bronze Age households.

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Updated 15 October 2019

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Description Rare bag of metal scraps bolsters idea of sophisticated warfare in Bronze Age Germany

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Updated 15 October 2019

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Description The news: In the third quarter of this year 40% of the UK’s electricity came from renewables like wind, biomass, and solar, while fossil fuels—virtually all gas in the UK's case—made up 39%, according to climate change analysts Carbon Brief.

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Updated 15 October 2019

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Description Humans have been saving leftovers for at least 200,000 to 400,000 years.

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Updated 14 October 2019

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Description Wind farms, solar panels and biomass have outcompeted gas and coal power stations for the first time ever over a whole quarter, in a significant milestone

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Updated 14 October 2019

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Description While the news comes with an important caveat, it’s a sign of the radical change happening here.

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Updated 14 October 2019

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Description Guess what… Even prehistoric humans stored food - short science news and articles

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Updated 14 October 2019

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Description The discovery of a nearly complete fossil of a small, feathered dinosaur in an Alberta provincial park sheds new light on how “raptor” dinosaurs evolved around the world, according to new research by University of Alberta paleontologists. The 76-million-year-old species, known as Saurornitholeste

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Updated 14 October 2019

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Description AN ancient human ancestor that stood just 3ft tall may have evolved its short stature because it lived on an island for hundreds of thousands of years. The mysterious "Hobbit" species was discovered in 2004 when archaeologists searching a cave on an Indonesian island found a 60,000-year-old skull no bigger than a grapefruit.

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Updated 14 October 2019

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Description July, August and September were the first quarter in which renewables outpaced fossil fuels since the 19th Century, Carbon Brief said.

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Updated 14 October 2019