Tag: Archaeologists

Archaeologists discover 1,500-year-old church in Israel

Jerusalem: Israeli and US researchers discovered a 1,500-year-old church of the Byzantine-era on the northern shore of Israel’s Sea of Galilee lake, as reported Wednesday by the Kinneret Academic College (KAC). The researchers, Mordechai Aviam, professor with the KAC, and Steven Notely, professor with Nyack College in New York, said the church, unearthed in the […]

Head of marble goddess of imperial age unearthed; Know Detail

Rome: Italian archeologists have unearthed a white marble head, possibly of a goddess, dating back to the Imperial Age, the Superintendence of Cultural and Archeological Heritage of Rome announced on Friday. “We have just discovered this beautiful head at the Via Alessandrina dig…truly a great emotion!” the Superintendence tweeted, along with photos of the sculpture […]

2,200-year-old workshop unearthed in Peshawar

Peshawar: Archaeologists from the University of Peshawar (UoP) said that they have discovered remains of metal workshops from the Indo-Greek period dating back to the 2nd century BC. The discovery has been made from a site in the Hayatabad neighbourhood of Peshawar, located close to the border of the Khyber district, said professor Gul Rahim […]

Archaeologists excavated 5,500-year-old cemetery in China

Beijing: Archaeologists have successfully excavated a 5,500-year-old cemetery in China’s Shaanxi province which is expected to have approximately 2,000 graves, authorities declared on Friday. Covering around 90,000 sq. metres, the cemetery is to the northeast of the Yangguanzhai ruins, which belongs to a late Neolithic group known as the Yangshao that originated from the middle […]