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Bolivia detects buried pyramid at Tiahuanaco site.  The government of Bolivia announced it will start exploratory excavations this year at the ancient fortress of Tiahuanaco after a buried pyramid was detected. Excavations at the pyramid of Akapana, Tiahuanaco [Credit: EFE

Bolivia detects buried pyramid at Tiahuanaco site. The government of Bolivia announced it will start exploratory excavations this year at the ancient fortress of Tiahuanaco after a buried pyramid was detected. Excavations at the pyramid of Akapana, Tiahuanaco [Credit: EFE

IRAQ. ASHUR (QAL'AT SHERQAT) "dates back to the 3rd millennium BC. From the 14th to the 9th centuries BC it was the first capital of the Assyrian Empire, a city-state and trading platform of international importance. It also served as the religious capital of the Assyrians, associated with the god Ashur. The city was destroyed by the Babylonians, but revived during the Parthian period in the 1st and 2nd centuries AD."

IRAQ. ASHUR (QAL'AT SHERQAT) "dates back to the 3rd millennium BC. From the 14th to the 9th centuries BC it was the first capital of the Assyrian Empire, a city-state and trading platform of international importance. It also served as the religious capital of the Assyrians, associated with the god Ashur. The city was destroyed by the Babylonians, but revived during the Parthian period in the 1st and 2nd centuries AD."

Archaeologists reveal mysteries of ‘lost’ 3,000-year-old civilisation.  The work of a University of Leicester archaeologist investigating a lost civilization in southern Libya will reshape the history of early Africa. Ground shot of a Garamantian fortified site (qasr)  [Credit: © Trans-SAHARA project]

Archaeologists reveal mysteries of ‘lost’ 3,000-year-old civilisation. The work of a University of Leicester archaeologist investigating a lost civilization in southern Libya will reshape the history of early Africa. Ground shot of a Garamantian fortified site (qasr) [Credit: © Trans-SAHARA project]

Pompeii ruins.

Pompeii ruins.

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In Armenia, archaeologists have uncovered evidence of the destruction of the city of Metsamor by Argishti I of Urartu in the eighth century BCE. http://www.archaeology.org/news/2770-141210-armenia-metsamor-attack

In Armenia, archaeologists have uncovered evidence of the destruction of the city of Metsamor by Argishti I of Urartu in the eighth century BCE. http://www.archaeology.org/news/2770-141210-armenia-metsamor-attack

Roman graves unearthed in Slovenia capital.  On 25 March archaeologists working on the Slovenska Street in the centre of Ljubljana came across an extraordinary find. They unearthed three unspoilt Roman graves belonging to the inhabitants of Emona from 2,000 years ago, as the graves were dated to the early 1st century. Objects found in the Roman era graves excavated in the centre of Ljubljana  [Credit: MGML archives]

Roman graves unearthed in Slovenia capital. On 25 March archaeologists working on the Slovenska Street in the centre of Ljubljana came across an extraordinary find. They unearthed three unspoilt Roman graves belonging to the inhabitants of Emona from 2,000 years ago, as the graves were dated to the early 1st century. Objects found in the Roman era graves excavated in the centre of Ljubljana [Credit: MGML archives]

Roman oil lamp from the 1st century CE.

Roman oil lamp from the 1st century CE.

Plaster reconstructions of the victims of Pompeii

Plaster reconstructions of the victims of Pompeii

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