Read more about the article Vintner Discovers 40,000-Year-Old Mammoth Remains In His Wine Cellar
Image shows OeAI archaeologist Hanna Parow-Souchon (right), undated photo. She explained the location of the mammoth bones to the Langenlois City Councillor for Culture Sonja Fragner (centre) and the owner of the wine cellar Andreas Pernestorfer (left). (OeAW-OeAI, Th. Einwoegerer/Newsflash)

Vintner Discovers 40,000-Year-Old Mammoth Remains In His Wine Cellar

An Austrian vintner has made a remarkable discovery after stumbling upon 40,000-year-old mammoth bones while renovating his cellar for the coming harvest. Winemaker Andreas Pernerstorfer was stunned when he came…

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Read more about the article School Trip Hiker Finds 1,600-Year-Old Roman Lamp
Photo shows Yonatan Frankel, 16, from Hod Hasharon, Israel, and the lamp that he found, undated. He made the find in early March, while his school group was breaking for lunch near an old Roman fort along the Scorpions Ascent, a hiking trail in the desert Arava region south of the Dead Sea. (Yoli Schwartz, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

School Trip Hiker Finds 1,600-Year-Old Roman Lamp

A 16-year-old high-school pupil has amazed experts after unearthing a 1,600-year-old Roman oil lamp during a class hike. Yonatan Frankel, from Tamar High School, in Hod Hasharon, Israel, was on…

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Read more about the article Builders Find 15 Human Remains Under House
Photo shows 15 skulls and large number of bones, undated. They were discovered at a construction site in Lippetal, Soest in Germany while the construction workers were demolishing a house. (Soest District Police/Newsflash)

Builders Find 15 Human Remains Under House

A macabre cache of 15 human skulls and bones have been unearthed from under a house by shocked builders, say police in Germany. The grim discovery was made as construction…

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Read more about the article Hundreds Of Pieces Of Priceless Ming Dynasty Porcelain Discovered In Ancient Chinese Shipwreck
Photo shows some of the relics discovered in two ancient shipwrecks found at a depth of over 1,000 meters in the South China Sea southeast of Sanya, Hainan, China, undated. Nearly 580 pieces of porcelain, pottery, and logs were extracted. (State Administration of Cultural Heritage/AsiaWire)

Hundreds Of Pieces Of Priceless Ming Dynasty Porcelain Discovered In Ancient Chinese Shipwreck

Archaeologists in China have unearthed hundreds of priceless Ming Dynasty porcelain dating back hundreds of years and other priceless relics from an ancient shipwreck site at the bottom of the…

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Read more about the article 5,000-Year-Old Wine In Ancient Queen’s Tomb Shows She Could Be Egypt’s First Pharaoh
Photo shows the tomb complex of Queen Meret-Neith in Abydos during excavation. The queen's burial chamber is located in the center of the complex and is surrounded by the side graves of the courtiers and servants. (EC Kohler/Newsflash)

5,000-Year-Old Wine In Ancient Queen’s Tomb Shows She Could Be Egypt’s First Pharaoh

Secrets of Egypt's first-ever female pharaoh have been unearthed after archaeologists unlocked hidden treasures of her ancient royal grave. The status of Queen Meret-Neith, a former consort in Egypt's First…

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Read more about the article Ancient 2,300-Year-Old Mirror Found In Grave Of General’s Mistress
Photo shows a rare mirror found in the 2,300-year-old grave of a Greek courtesan in Jerusalem, Israel, undated. The well-preserved artifact is found alongside remains, likely of a young woman accompanying a high Hellenic army official on a tour of the Holy Land. (Yoli Schwartz, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Ancient 2,300-Year-Old Mirror Found In Grave Of General’s Mistress

An ancient Greek mirror unearthed in Israel is believed to have belonged to the mistress of one of Alexander the Great's generals, it has emerged. The 2,300-year-old bronze box mirror…

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Read more about the article Artefacts Used By Sorcerers Unearthed On Route From Egypt To Muslim Holy City
Photo shows a clay rattle fragment discovered along the ancient Darb al-Hajj route that led from Egypt to Mecca, undated. The artifacts were likely used for magic rituals 400 years ago. (Clara Amit, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Artefacts Used By Sorcerers Unearthed On Route From Egypt To Muslim Holy City

Ancient artefacts believed to have been used by "sorcerers" in magical rituals have been discovered on the road from Cairo in Egypt to the Muslim holy city of Mecca in…

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Read more about the article Rare Roman Gladiator Swords Unearthed In Ancient Arms Cache
Photo shows ancient weapons found in a cave near the Dead Sea in Israel, undated. The ancient weapons were secreted behind a wall of stalactites deep inside the cave in the Judean Desert southeast of Jerusalem sometime in the 2nd or 3rd century A.D. (Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Rare Roman Gladiator Swords Unearthed In Ancient Arms Cache

A cache of astonishingly perfectly preserved Roman swords has been unearthed from what scientists believe was once a two-thousand-year-old rebel arms dump. The four swords are said to be in…

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Read more about the article Perfetly Preserved 2,000-Year-Old Child’s Shoe Found At Ancient Mine
Image shows the 2,000-year-old child's shoe, undated photo. It was found by researchers in the village of Duerrnberg, Austria. (German Mining Museum Bochum/Newsflash)

Perfetly Preserved 2,000-Year-Old Child’s Shoe Found At Ancient Mine

A perfectly preserved child's shoe unearthed from a 2,000-year-old Iron Age mine has been hailed by archaeologists as a first step in cracking the era's social history, The simple shoe…

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Read more about the article Astonishing 2,000-Year-Old Mosaic Of Roman Sea God Unearthed
Archeologists uncover a mosaic, in Trevi , Italy, undated. The excavation concentrated on the area of ​​a large domus belonging to people of high social standing, and uncovered several rooms. (Universita degli Studi di Perugia/Newsflash)

Astonishing 2,000-Year-Old Mosaic Of Roman Sea God Unearthed

An ancient Roman mansion abandoned more than 2,000 years ago has been unearthed with an astonishing mosaic of what appears to be an ancient sea god. Archaeologists in Italy described…

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