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Science about: Archaeology
Tue Apr 22 13:43:40 2014 GMT

  • Ancient Rome's tap water heavily contaminated with lead, researchers say
  • Archaeologists' findings may prove Rome a century older than thought
  • Little Egypt by Lesley Glaister review
  • Rare clay sarcophagus found in Israel alongside Seti I scarab seal ring
  • Inside the mummies' embalmed bodies courtesy of a hospital CT scanner
  • Cate Blanchett sets her sights on Sutton Hoo drama The Dig
  • Search for Inca 'lost city' in Amazon may endanger indigenous people
  • Rev's church could have been where Romeo and Juliet died
  • Are they Richard III's remains? To ask the question is to miss the point | David Shariatmadari
  • Black death skeletons reveal pitiful life of 14th-century Londoners
  • Augustus rules again as Rome acts to restore lost mausoleum
  • 'Richard III remains' found in Leicester car park have doubt cast upon them
  • Sevso treasure items repatriated by Hungarian government after UK sale
  • Britain urged to sign up to shipwreck treaty to protect underwater heritage
  • Israel to build national centre for ancient artefacts
  • Interview with Brendon Wilkins, projects director, DigVentures | Arts head
  • Giant steps: mysterious Sardinian sculptures to go on display
  • HS2 rail link: archaeologists and English Heritage clash over the route through a nation's past