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Will tourists pay nearly double to enter Angkor Wat?

From the section Asia Image copyright Image caption Angkor Wat is the temple complex after which the vast archaeological park is informally named The price of visiting Cambodia's celebrated Angkor Wat site is about to jump significantly, making ... BBC, 57 minutes ago
Tourists to continue visiting Angkor Wat despite price rise Travel and Tour World, 5 hours ago

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New clues to collapse of Maya civilisation uncovered

Washington, Jan 24 (PTI) Using the largest set of radiocarbon dates ever obtained from a single Maya site, archaeologists have developed chronology patterns that may explain what led to the collapse of the ancient civilisation. Scientists have ...
 India.com5 hours ago New Clues Uncovered To Maya Collapse  Eurasia Review5 hours ago Archaeologists Uncover New Clues to Maya Collapse  UANews15 hours ago
Times of India

Citizen groups urge PM, ASI to save heritage ghats

Agra: Several citizen groups from Vrindavan have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well as Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) urging them to save the heritage ghats of the temple town. In the letter, the groups stated that there are 48 ...
 Times of India18 hours ago Citizen groups seek Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention in restoring heritage ghats of Vrindavan  Times of India19 hours ago
The Telegraph

ASI, Karnataka launches monthly memorial lecture series

BENGALURU: For the first time in the state, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has launched a monthly memorial series in order to ensure that the people do not lose sight of the importance and grandeur of our archaeological heritage and its ...
 Times of India19 hours ago Ensure no illegal construction in Tughlaqabad Fort area: HC to ASI  The Hindu1 week ago Allow further archealogical excavation at Keezhadi: DMK  Business Standard2 weeks ago ASI shifts Jagmohan onus  The Telegraph1 month ago
Archaeology Magazine

Revolutionary War artifacts crop up in Gloucester Point dig

Archaeologists nearing the end of a prolonged Gloucester Point dig were rewarded for their doggedness this past week when they unearthed one of the most noteworthy caches of Revolutionary War artifacts to be found in the region in years. Slowed at ...
 Washington Post21 hours ago Revolutionary War Artifacts Recovered in Virginia  Archaeology Magazine11 hours ago

Media Invitation - Pointe-à-Callière's 2017 programming launch and tour of the updated exhibition in the archaeological remains

Montréal, Jan. 23, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - Pointe-à-Callière is inviting media representatives to come explore its rich programming for 2017 and mark the Museum's 25 th anniversary. Be among the first to visit the updated archaeological remains and ...
 Canada NewsWire13 hours ago

Archaeologists shed new light on collapse of Mayan civilization

Jan. 23 (UPI) -- Archaeologists have created the most precise timeline of Mayan civilization, offering new insights into the ancient people's downfall. As part of a new survey of Mayan archeological data, researchers analyzed 154 radiocarbon ...
 UPI14 hours ago

Archaeologists discover man whose tongue was replaced by a stone

Roman British skeleton found buried face down in Northamptonshire has tongue mutilation seemingly unique for the period A gruesome and seemingly unique mutilation has emerged from a Roman Britain burial site in Northamptonshire the skeleton of a ...
 The Guardian20 hours ago Archaeologists discover Roman Britain man wit...  Dotemirates.com14 hours ago
Northeast Indiana Public Radio

75 People Arrested, Accused Of Trafficking Stolen Art And Archaeological Relics

Seventy-five people have been arrested across Europe for allegedly trafficking stolen art and archaeological relics, according to Spanish police who led the investigation. Interpol and the U.N.'s culture agency, UNESCO, helped in the ...
 NPR15 hours ago

Promotion of Archaeological Museum guide

(MIA) - The Archaeological Museum of Macedonia will promote Tuesday a guide to the resident archaeological display, published in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture. The museum, opened in October 2014, has over 8,000 artifacts from ...
 Macedonian Information Agency4 hours ago Dino talk at museum  The Telegraph2 months ago
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