Associação alerta para degradação do património da antiga vila do Jarmelo, Guarda
Adolescente canadiano descobre cidade dos Maias desconhecida
The appetite for antiquities from the Middle East is being met by Isis, who are looting ancient sites with the market in mind. It’s imperative that this demand – from the US and elsewhere – ceases
Roman-era Coins Found in 12th-Century Japanese Ruins - http://www.newhistorian.com/roman-era-coins-found-12th-century-japanese-ruins/7338/
ISIS and Antiquities: The Missing Pieces | The National Interest
Power and the People | History Today
Shams al-Sho’ara (Abdulhossein Mirza Shams Molkara), seated, his son-in-law Amanullah Mirza Jahanbani (1869-1912) standing on the right, small boy wearing a hat (Mansour Mirza Jahanbani), two little girls (Pouran Khanom Jahanbani, Touman Khanom Jahanbani), and an African slave girl, 1900s.
We might finally know why the Maya abandoned their impressive limestone cities about 1,000 years ago
Monumental Forgotten Gardens of Petra Rediscovered After 2,000 Years read more: http://www.haaretz.com/jewish/archaeology/1.744119
Scientists are excavating the best-preserved Bronze Age village ever found in the UK, located in the marshlands of eastern Britain, at a site dubbed Must Farm. Pictured is a replica of a Bronze Age house that shares similarities with two ancient dwellings at the site, which stood on stilts.