As I stand on this windswept bit of Orkney looking down at the Ness of Brodgar dig site, there’s a salty sea loch to my left, a freshwater loch to my right, and standing stones in front of and behind…
By Lorna Baldwin
A team of paleontologists inadvertently discovered the remains of a Stone Age cemetery in the Sahara desert, revealing clues about the lives of the hunter-gatherers who lived in the once-temperate region. A lead researcher details the finds.
A team of archaeologists has uncovered the remains of a village they believe dates from the same time as -- and is located a mere two miles from -- Stonehenge, one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world.
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