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Archaeology

Groundbreaking analysis identifies the makers of Stonehenge

New technology and know-how suggests that the builders of Stonehenge were Welsh.

The catacombs of St. Patrick’s Old Basilica

These narrow underground alleys were constructed shortly after the establishment of Old Saint Patrick’s in 1815.

Ever heard of Saint Peter’s “Old Basilica”?

Rome wasn't built in a day. Nor did St. Peter's basilica.

Construction of mosaic museum leads to discovery of another ancient mosaic

This "new" mosaic will be another featured piece of the new museum.

Archaeologists may have found a reliquary of Jesus’ apostles

A stone box was found that may once have contained relics of Peter, Andrew and Philip.

Watch King Solomon’s Temple being rebuilt in 3D

The First Temple was virtually reconstructed following the description found in the First Book of Kings.

Bread predating agriculture discovered in Jordan

Substance found in ancient fireplace was a surprise to archaeobotanist working at site for six years.

Roman electrical crew stumbles upon ruins of ancient church

Experts suspect this may be one of the oldest churches in Rome.

Archaeological evidence may support Jonah’s whale

The Mediterranean was once full of whales, but the Romans hunted them to extinction.

Archaeologists hit a “Homer” with discovery of Odyssey tablet in Greece

Clay artifact, discovered near birthplace of Olympic Games, contains 13 verses of the epic poem.

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