A piece of timber from a house, unearthed by archaeologists is displayed by a member of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, who are uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain
Ancient language discovered on clay tablets found amid ruins of 2800 year old Middle Eastern palace
Archaeologists have uncovered a 3,000-year-old, remarkably well-preserved community near Peterborough, England. The excavation at Must Farms, by the Cambridge Archaeological Unit, has unearthed a trove of textiles, pottery and tools that reveal new insights into the lives of our ancestors. The sudden destruction, and then subsequent preservation in the river's non-porous silt, caused many of the artifacts to be preserved incredibly well, archaeologist wrote on their online diary…
#Harappan relics found in Haryana village:Relics believed to be associated with the ancient Harappan civilisation have been dug out from a village in Haryana by archaeological experts from Cambridge and the Banaras Hindu University (BHU).
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