Read more about the article Easternmost Roman Aqueduct Unearthed By Experts In Armenia
The excavation trench shows a pillar of the unfinished aqueduct. (Artaxata project/Newsflash)

Easternmost Roman Aqueduct Unearthed By Experts In Armenia

Archaeologists have unearthed what they claim to be the easternmost aqueduct ever built by the Roman Empire. Researchers from the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia and from the University of Munster in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany, say they have discovered the remains of…

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Read more about the article Archaeologist Parents Take Baby On Dig At 12,000 Year Old Settlement
Sarya, a nine-month-old baby girl whose parents are archaeologists, has become a source of joy for the excavation team working in a castle in Batman, Turkey. (Newsflash)

Archaeologist Parents Take Baby On Dig At 12,000 Year Old Settlement

These images show how a nine-month-old baby is stealing the show during an archaeological dig at a 12,000-year-old settlement. The dig is taking place in the district of Hasankeyf, which is located in south-eastern Turkey's Batman Province. The baby's mother, named in local media outlet Hurriyet as Tulay Unlu Agrak,…

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Read more about the article Necropolis With More Than 100 Tombs Discovered In Spain
The remains found in the site

Necropolis With More Than 100 Tombs Discovered In Spain

A huge necropolis with over 100 tombs has been found in northern Spain. The discovery made in the village of Granon in the northern Spanish region of La Rioja is the culmination of an excavation that began in 2013. The archaeological remains correspond to the period of the history of…

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