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6604<Map of Earth’s Asteroid and Meteor Impact Craters Interaisopatch4yesterday
6603Diver Discovers 900-Year-Old Crusader Sword Off Israel’s Coast The four-foot-loTom Clarke4Tuesday
6602Oldest footprints of pre-humans identified in Crete Science X staff 10/11/2021FJB2last Saturday
6601You are correct. I had a brain fart in writing that and foolishly mixed up the tnicewatch-last Thursday
6600Italians ? well we have L'Anse aux Meadow in Newfoundland which beats them bAladdin Sane1October 12
6599 A 1,500-year-old wine factory was found in Israel. Experts say it’s the largestJulius Wong2October 11
6598Italian sailors knew of America 150 years before Christopher Columbus, new analyJulius Wong1October 10
6597Some Greeks Have Returned to Worshiping Gods of Ancient Greece By Philip ChrysopTom Clarke-October 9
6596This one just claims to "offer insights." : )Tom Clarke-October 9
6595Every six months for decades I see a story that claims "We've finally dDMaA-October 9
6594#Thelxinoe ~ Classics News for October 8, 2021 Hodie est a.d. VIII Id. Oct. 277Tom Clarke-October 9
6593Rescued Titanic treasures sold for huge sums ( 6
6592The Etruscans probably could be called the aborigines of the peninsula. Don'DMaA-September 30
6591more Etruscan civilization artifacts en.wikipedia.orgJulius Wong-September 30
6590I was taught in Greek and Latin classes in high school that the Etruscans eventunicewatch2September 30
6589The origin and legacy of the Etruscans [graphic]Sleep and Death Carrying off thJulius Wong3September 26
6588Humans in New Mexico 23,000 years ago: edition.cnn.comjim heger6September 24
6587Very cool.Julius Wong-September 19
6586The ascent of man has become a top fav for me :) Subject 60255 maybe it'sAladdin Sane-September 19
6585 Study suggests earliest use of bone tools to produce clothing in Morocco 120,00Julius Wong3September 19
6584Life-Size Camel Sculptures in Saudi Arabia Are Older Than Stonehenge, Pyramids oTimF2September 17
6583I m reading much of this stuff.. so fascinatingAladdin Sane-September 17
6582 Newly-found ancient human rewrites story of evolution 08 SEPTEMBER 2021|ARCHAEOJulius Wong2September 17
6581Today on the Etruscan Brontoscopic Calendar: If it thunders today, it portends Tom Clarke1September 10
6580Diving among ancient ruins where Romans used to party [graphic]Divers can exploJulius Wong3August 21
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