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Description ARCHAEOLOGISTS think they have found the legendary Church of the Apostles, which Christian tradition states was built over the home of some of Jesus' disciples. The discovery was made in the village of Bethsaida by the Sea of Galilee, where some people believe the disciples Peter and Andrew lived.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description News of a 4,600-year-old "pyramid" or "pyramid island," supposedly discovered on a Greek island in the Aegean Sea, has been making the rounds online.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description The remains of a 4,600-year-old settlement have been uncovered on a tiny, pyramid-shaped island called Dhaskalio.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Stonehenge's massive megaliths may have been moved with more than just elbow grease.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description We as humans are kind of weird. We don’t like contact with our own body fluids, despite them being rather sterile. For example, our own pee makes us feel icky if it comes in contact with hands, for example. People of Roman Empire, however were very different in this regard. In fact, they used human

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description This week’s top Science news

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description THE OLDEST human footprints ever found outside of Africa have been discovered on a British beach. The line of footprints is thought to have been trampled onto the coast of Happisburgh in Norfolk 950,000 years ago and they are likely to have been left by one of the earliest known varieties of human called Homo Antecessor.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description FEARS of a deadly curse have been raised after experts removed the Egyptian boy-king Tutankhamun's sarcophagus from his tomb for the first time since its discovery 100 years ago. The sinister gold-plated coffin and thousands of artefacts are being restored by archaeologists for a new museum exhibit.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description The story of the only undisputed Norse site in the Americas just got more complicated.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description During her senior year at the University of Oregon, Selina Robson pulled a heavily damaged jaw from the Condon Fossil Collection at the UO’s Museum of Cultural and Natural History. She soon wondered if the specimen had been misidentified. Last month, almost four years later, her curiosity and sub

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Everything in nature is interrelated. Evolution gave us incredible capabilities and pretty good bodies, but some features that we enjoy were actually evolved by other organisms. For example, according to a new UCL and Yale University study, platelet cells, which prevent mammals from bleeding non-sto

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description ELON Musk plans to start wiring people's brains to the internet next year. His wacky project Neuralink will use brain-reading "threads" to turn you into a genius by merging your mind with artificial intelligence.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description This site will soon be turned into a highway.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description The discovery of cannabis pollen near a Viking settlement in Newfoundland raises the question of whether the Vikings were smoking or eating pot while exploring North America.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description ANCIENT cannabis pollen has been discovered near a Viking settlement in Canada, leading archaeologists to question whether the seafaring warriors were making use of marijuana while they explored North America. The L'Anse aux Meadows archaeological site is the only confirmed Viking settlement in Newfoundland and the researchers have found evidence that it was occupied by them for over a century.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description THE HUGE monoliths that make up Stonehenge may have been dragged there using greasy sledges lubricated with pig fat, according to new research. This theory is based on pig fat residue on ancient pottery found near Stonehenge and fits in with the generally accepted concept that the monoliths were dragged by people all the way from quarries in west Wales.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description There certainly are a lot of interesting things in Holland’s rivers and streams.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description (Inside Science) – "Metal pirates" are looting sunken World War II ships for bronze propellers and other pieces of scrap, tearing slabs of metal from historical vessels that sometimes serve as maritime graves.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description New discoveries of dinosaurs’ colours and patterns are revealing how these ancient technicolour beasts lived.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description The most complete skull of a duck-billed dinosaur from Big Bend National Park, Texas, is revealed in as a new genus and species, Aquilarhinus palimentus.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description Many dinosaur species are known from scant remains, with some estimates suggesting 75% are known from five or fewer individuals. Auroraceratops rugosus was typical in this regard when it was named in 2005 based upon a single skull from the Gobi Desert in northwestern China. But that is no longer the

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description Pottery covered in lard could have stored grease to help move the megaliths on sledges

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description ROME was not built in a day and the 'most accurate' model of Ancient Rome is testament to this as it took archaeologist Italo Gismondi 35 years to build. The Plastico di Roma imperiale (model of imperial Rome) was actually commissioned by Mussolini in 1933 and is so realistic that a few shots of it were used in the film Gladiator.

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Updated 15 July 2019