This post provides information on the excavation and discoveries of a Lower Paleolithic site found on Lesvos Island, Greece. Continue reading “Rodafnidia, Lesvos, Greece; Excavation and discoveries from a Lower Paleolithic site”
The Swedish-Egyptian mission led by Dr. Maria Nilsson and John Ward (Lund University), found a New Kingdom sandstone workshop and several sculptures during excavations at Gebel el-Silsila archaeological site in Aswan. Continue reading “New Kingdom workshop uncovered in Gebel el-Silsila”
Archaeologists excavating in eastern Crimea have discovered an ancient Greek settlement which had been previously unknown. Continue reading “An ancient Greek settlement was found in Crimea”
An Ancient Egyptian tomb full of coffins was discovered in Assasif, Egypt.
The Egyptian Minister of Antiquities Dr. Khaled El-Enany announced that the Egyptian archaeological mission working at Assasif, on the West Bank of the Nile opposite the city of Luxor, uncovered a tomb that belongs to a man called Thaw-Irkhet-If. The Mission also excavated the original entrance of a previously unexplored tomb, TT28. Continue reading “Ancient Egyptian tomb full of coffins discovered in Assasif”
Under the direction of the Grand Angoulême Conurbation Community and the Nouvelle Aquitaine public land-management institution, the Angoulême train station quarter is currently undergoing a major redevelopment project. In this context, the State services (DRAC Nouvelle-Aquitaine) have prescribed a preventive excavation on the Renaudin Islet, located in a sector that is poorly known from an archaeological perspective. Continue reading “Late Palaeolithic Site Unearthed In Southwestern France”
This excavation season completed the five year project of excavation research in the Bronze Age settlement at the “Asvestaria” site in Petroto, Trikala. Continue reading “Important finds from the excavation at Petroto, Trikala”