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Archaeology

Study suggest humans inhabited North America 100,000 years earlier than believed

Damage to unearthed mastodon could only have been caused by humans, scientists argue.

Archaeologists discover what was served at the Last Supper

Jesus and the apostles were not sitting at a table, nor did they use wooden tableware.

Shroud of Turin coins may finally have been identified

New technology offers additional proof of the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin.

Archaeologists find what may be the oldest depiction of the Virgin Mary

The Dura-Europos excavation site in Syria is still threatened by war, but the wall painting is safe in a museum at Yale.

Workers discover tombs of 5 archbishops of Canterbury in a London church

One was charged with overseeing the King James Bible.

The Holy Sepulchre: Archaeology says the Evangelists were right

What the opening of the marble slab of the Edicule revealed

The Aleppo Codex: The mystery continues

The oldest, most complete record of the Hebrew Bible is still missing almost 200 pages

Scientists see inside extremely fragile Dead Sea scrolls

New technology being considered to investigate Vesuvius as well

Archaeological finds offer tantalizing glimpse into Arthur’s Britain

Shards suggest imported wine from Anatolia, oil from the Aegean

New findings suggest a different Mary Magdalene, “A woman of substance”

Archeological dig unearths clues to real identity of "Apostle to the Apostles"

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