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Remains of 4 Early Colonial Leaders Discovered at Jamestown

Remains of 4 Early Colonial Leaders Discovered at Jamestown | Fox News Insider

Size of England compared to US states.

A stone castle with two high curtain walls, one within the other. They are crenelated and studded with projecting towers, both rectangular and rounded. The castle is on a promontory high above the surrounding landscape

Russia's Last Tsar Exhumed as Murder Case Reopened | News | The Moscow Times

When the World Heritage site we know as the Alamo opened in San Antonio as the Mission San Antonio de Valero, it wasn't the first iteration of the mission. Archeologists now think it was initially founded at a different site in 1718, then moved about a mile away from 1719 until 1724, when a hurricane forced the mission to move a final time. And the researchers also believe that the earliest Alamo predecessor has been found.

3,400-Year Old Egyptian Necropolis Discovered At Gebel El Silsila, The Famed Stone Quarry.

Early Evidence of Dairying Discovered along Mediterranean Coast

Early Evidence of Dairying Discovered along Mediterranean Coast | Archaeology | Sci-News.com

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Unearthing Jamestown’s Leaders, and a Mystery

July 29, 2015 DONALD E. HURLBERT/SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION Researchers identified four colony leaders who died from 1608 to 1610, and found surprising signs of religious division. Page A13.