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vrijdag, 28 februari 2003
[17:04] [#]  Robert Hooke - the face of England's Leonardo?
[17:00] [#]  Hunt as enjoyable as the pieces themselves
[16:57] [#]  Where druids walked
[13:59] [#]  The Enduring Splendors of Afghanistan
[13:55] [#]  Arrows, tools prove early human activity in China
[13:53] [#]  Ancient Indian settlement in Cuba discovered
[13:48] [#]  Digging among city ruins
[13:43] [#]  The roots of Tel Rumeida
[13:39] [#]  Digging for answers
[13:37] [#]  Experts size up age-old artifacts
[11:14] [#]  Archaeology society expands horizons
[11:08] [#]  Dig days: Road to Abydos
[11:07] [#]  Remembering Babylon
[11:04] [#]  Guarding the guards
[10:51] [#]  Secrets of Silbury Hill uncovered
[10:34] [#]  Historic bagpipes found
[10:29] [#]  Mystery mummy goes home to Egypt
[10:28] [#]  Panama Police Hunt Gold Museum Thieves, Arrest Two
[10:15] [#]  'Secret of life' discovery turns 50
[09:02] [#]  Java Skull Raises Questions on Human Family Tree
[08:56] [#]  Antarctic Desert Rich With Insights Into Life on ...
[08:50] [#]  Rare Nubian King Statues Uncovered in Sudan
[08:47] [#]  Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb (game)
[08:47] [#]  No bones about it: Taking artifacts a crime
donderdag, 27 februari 2003
[18:27] [#]  Riddle of 'Baghdad's batteries'
[18:25] [#]  Stone circles 'a tribute to dead'
[18:24] [#]  Medical history uncoverd in new book
[18:23] [#]  Heroic civilisation that terrified the Romans
[14:37] [#]  Excavations to be launched at Barkur
[14:36] [#]  An endangered site: Fazal Qureshi
[14:35] [#]  Tracking down an ancient trade route
[14:31] [#]  Mural Paintings Discovered at Robbed Ancient Tomb
[11:00] [#]  Britain's Oldest House? A Journey into the Stone Age
[10:55] [#]  Howick find the oldest stone age house in UK
[10:53] [#]  'Lost' artefacts call to museum bosses
[10:25] [#]  Libya: A Gem in the Desert
[10:20] [#]  Archaeology in the Maltese Islands
[08:27] [#]  "Troy" movie director confirms shooting in Malta
[08:09] [#]  Victorian facade hides the oldest shop in England
[08:07] [#]  New light on ancient documents
[08:03] [#]  Lottery aid for heritage centre
[07:59] [#]  County moves to buy shell ring
[07:57] [#]  Dig begins at site of James Dexter home
[07:55] [#]  Throughout history, art is emotion
[07:51] [#]  Stamps to celebrate archaeological finds
woensdag, 26 februari 2003
[17:19] [#]  Bathhouse Uncovered at Kursi
[17:13] [#]  First Temple period finding. Sensation or forgery?
[17:10] [#]  Roman-British Water Wheel
[17:06] [#]  Cracks in James Bone Box Repaired
[17:03] [#]  Sardinia’s Bronze Age nuraghi
[17:02] [#]  Greek digs in Jordan
[14:40] [#]  Chinese Chimes and Chariots
[14:39] [#]  Inner Sanctum Discovery
[14:38] [#]  Roman Warship Resurfaces
[14:36] [#]  Earliest Mesoamerican Writing?
[13:59] [#]  Winter Palace
[11:36] [#]  Crusades, Terry Jones
[10:53] [#]  Britain's Oldest House? A Journey into the Stone Age
[10:47] [#]  Pleasant outlook for heritage park
[09:02] [#]  Black Douglas clan leader joins battle to...
[08:37] [#]  Roman in the gloamin'
[08:34] [#]  Supreme Court stops road works at castle site
[08:33] [#]  The Iceman Acheth
[08:29] [#]  A timely dig brings past back to life
[08:19] [#]  Scottish forts first frontier of Roman empire
[08:17] [#]  Open house after 2,000 years
[08:14] [#]  Heritage tag for grand old trio
[08:13] [#]  Obscure temple inspiration for Indian Parliament
[08:08] [#]  Fabulous fossils under the sea in Table Bay
dinsdag, 25 februari 2003
[18:30] [#]  The dig begins for a long-hidden history
[18:29] [#]  Oldest human history is at risk
[18:28] [#]  SCA retrieves 3 stolen artifacts
[18:26] [#]  Evidence acquits Clovis people of ancient killings
[18:24] [#]  More heritage on view
[14:16] [#]  When rebels encamped in Connecticut
[14:11] [#]  World's oldest wheel found in Slovenia
[14:10] [#]  Free entry to historic sites
[14:08] [#]  Heritage site to be restored to former glory
[14:05] [#]  Progress for Plentiful Paleolithic Archaeology
[12:13] [#]  Ridderkerk start in 2004 met archeologisch onderzoek
[12:05] [#]  Gebrek aan beleid voor archeologie wreekt zich vaker
[11:51] [#]  Veluwse Grafheuvels
[10:27] [#]  First Humans in Australia Dated to 50,000 Years Ago
[10:22] [#]  Time Team: Athelney, Somerset
[08:59] [#]  Ancient pillar moved to safety
[08:44] [#]  Business urged to back heritage body
[08:39] [#]  War in Iraq Would Halt All Digs In Region
[08:36] [#]  Roman wall builds heritage claim
[08:36] [#]  King Ramses II celebrates his coronation day
maandag, 24 februari 2003
[14:50] [#]  People in the Middle Ages were fashion conscious too
[14:43] [#]  The Romans didn't as much for us as you think
[13:16] [#]  Stone Age found in Guangdong
[13:13] [#]  Progress for Plentiful Paleolithic Archaeology
[13:12] [#]  Complete fossil of ancient horse found in Peru
[13:09] [#]  Jeremy to take charge of Northallerton's heritage
[12:58] [#]  Full splendour of Glyndwr's palace uncovered
[10:43] [#]  Romeins verleden Nijmegen op Kops Plateau
[10:38] [#]  Opgraving Mierdse pastorie
[10:30] [#]  Shifting Origins of New World's First Farmers
[10:26] [#]  Turkey's Amuq Valley
[10:22] [#]  An Alternative Interpretation of the Stone Tablet
[10:20] [#]  Methods to preserve archaeological artefacts in situ
[10:11] [#]  Part of Abbey in Bury St Edmunds ruins crumple
[10:09] [#]  Restored medieval altarpiece returned to church
[10:03] [#]  Will antiquities & artifacts be lost in Iraq war?
[10:03] [#]  Tomb at Qorna yields wooden sarcophagus
[09:56] [#]  Humankind’s family tree reshaped
[09:51] [#]  New findings on Stonehenge
[09:50] [#]  Pioneering scientist 'erased' by Newton?
[09:46] [#]  Prehistoric ax found with earliest sign of human...
[09:45] [#]  The day the sky fell in
[09:40] [#]  "Out of Africa" Phrase in Use Since Ancient Greece
[09:38] [#]  Court blocks study of 'sacred' bones
zondag, 23 februari 2003
[10:24] [#]  Pharaonic temple found in Egypt's western desert
[08:28] [#]  Elgin marbles 'will never be returned to Greece'
[08:21] [#]  Roman encampment found at Luxor
[08:18] [#]  Oneidas' history unearthed
[08:17] [#]  Singhal claims proof of Ram temple at Ayodhya
[08:15] [#]  Arrows, tools prove early human activity in China
[08:13] [#]  Old landmark on the southern slope of Acropolis...
zaterdag, 22 februari 2003
[17:58] [#]  Iraq: Heritage in Danger (whc)
[15:37] [#]  Original 13th-century timbers found in cathedral
[12:52] [#]  The des res of 10,000 years ago
[12:47] [#]  Well, it's a real mystery they've found
[11:51] [#]  Sanskrit bias in new manuscripts panel
[10:01] [#]  Amateurs, Archaeology and Other Disputes
[09:54] [#]  Geen huis en archeologische opgraving
[09:50] [#]  Archeologen vinden schedels en botten
[09:25] [#]  World Heritage Site status for Antonine Wall?
[09:23] [#]  Peru Prehistoric Horse Most Complete in Americas
[09:15] [#]  Historical Journal Reports Secrets Behind Hoax
[09:08] [#]  Thrills at Thebes
[09:08] [#]  Rare ancient stele removed from Three Gorges dam area
[09:05] [#]  Book warns time running out for Pompeii
[09:03] [#]  UNESCO team inspects Nepal's world heritage sites
vrijdag, 21 februari 2003
[14:04] [#]  Pensacola Bay: history can be unearthed
[14:02] [#]  Portus Cosanus: Roman port and fishery
[13:59] [#]  1.8 Million-Year-Old Hominid Jaw Found
[13:57] [#]  Roman fort handed over to trust
[13:56] [#]  Romans blamed for congestion charge
[13:50] [#]  Expedition Attempts to Unveil Secret of Loulan
[12:19] [#]  City curios to see light of day
[11:44] [#]  This old house is worth saving
[11:43] [#]  Romans `did not civilise us'
[11:16] [#]  De dame in de Burchtstraat
[11:09] [#]  Op het spoor van Romeinen en Bataven
[11:06] [#]  De geest van Claudius waart nog rond in Elst
[11:04] [#]  Romeinse graven in Nijmegen gevonden
[08:44] [#]  Ben Hope Diamond
[08:40] [#]  History Lessons ‘Should Begin Before the Romans’
[08:38] [#]  Green Oak's historic secrets
[08:30] [#]  Repairing the Past
[08:25] [#]  Which way up does the stone really go?
[08:23] [#]  City heritage goes with the flow on banks of River...
donderdag, 20 februari 2003
[16:51] [#]  Excavating Hierakonpolis
[16:47] [#]  Maya Sites Face Flooding
[16:46] [#]  Ancient observatory in Delhi set for renovation
[13:19] [#]  The Douglas Heritage
[13:06] [#]  Seven sleepers' catacombs explored by archaeologists
[12:52] [#]  Lost treasure ready to come home
[11:58] [#]  Archeologisch monument Castricum
[11:53] [#]  Christopher Columbus' bell seized days before auction
[11:04] [#]  What the Victorians did for us
[10:48] [#]  Mit dem Wagen ins Grab
[10:47] [#]  Römische Villa in Herkulaneum harrt dem...
[10:44] [#]  Millions of Animals Preserved at U.K. Museum
[09:46] [#]  Onderzoek naar leeftijd scheepswrak
[09:44] [#]  Faraotempel gevonden in Egyptische woestijn
[09:43] [#]

*DEZE BIJDRAGE IS KOMEN TE VERVALLEN*

[09:40] [#]  Scheepswrak Zwin niet middeleeuws
[09:39] [#]  Leidsche Rijn verbergt een Romeinse schat
[07:35] [#]  China unveils another 'army'
[07:34] [#]  A yodeller in the circle
woensdag, 19 februari 2003
[19:41] [#]  "King of Stonehenge"
[17:38] [#]  Een steen van Tintagel
[17:32] [#]  New age for Mungo Man, new human
[17:30] [#]  New theories on the Anasazi
[17:29] [#]  16th Century Turkish Barracks Open to Archaeology...
[17:26] [#]  Village depopulation in southwest reflects...
[17:25] [#]  ‘What the Spartans have done for us’
[16:10] [#]  Roman Del Boy made a mint
[16:08] [#]  'Out of Africa' theory back in
[16:06] [#]  French came, sowed and left Tasmania in 1792
[16:05] [#]  Blast from the past
[16:03] [#]  New arrival date for earliest Australians
[09:57] [#]  Ancient 'clingfilm' preserves fossils
[09:23] [#]  Archaeologist delves into 'Athens of North'
[09:13] [#]  Colorado running out of storageroom for artifacts
[09:10] [#]  Scientists excavating wallet found on Hunley
[09:09] [#]  Date for first Australians
[09:08] [#]  Afghans repair broken heritage
[09:05] [#]  What Happened at Chaco?
[09:03] [#]  Archaeological dig may unearth ancient village
[09:02] [#]  Ancient DNA may be misleading scientists
[09:00] [#]  Spanish, Portuguese vie for Columbus' bell
dinsdag, 18 februari 2003
[16:06] [#]  Ruim 5000 jaar oude voorwerpen in Ethiopië gevonden
[16:05] [#]  Archeologen vinden lijkkist met mummi bij Luxor
[13:58] [#]  Kasteel Buren keert terug aan oppervlakte
[13:57] [#]  Vondst De Driehoek 'interessant'
[13:56] [#]  Kruisgewelfkelder wint het van boom
[12:36] [#]  Über Jahrtausende wandern
[12:32] [#]  Türkei: Die antike Stadt Pergamon
[11:22] [#]  Ceremonies today to mark protection of Sloan Canyon
[11:17] [#]  Archaeologists elated with remains
[11:16] [#]  New meaning seen in tribes' nomadic pasts
[11:12] [#]  Development threatens to bury old cemeteries
[11:11] [#]  Shell ring study fuels new theory of origins
[11:10] [#]  Yangtze excavation project world's largest
[11:09] [#]  A closer look at a city legend
[11:08] [#]  Cracks in Lohari Gate's walls
[11:02] [#]  Terra-cotta army from early han dynasty is unearthed
[10:55] [#]  Clues to Legendary Tibetan Culture
[10:52] [#]  Bulldozers threat to Wallace's Well
[10:39] [#]  Keltische nederzettingen in Ierland
[10:34] [#]  Klassieke bouwkunst: Karyatiden
[10:34] [#]  Gouds lakenlood als geschiedkundige bron
[10:33] [#]  Opgegraven genot
[10:31] [#]  Irak: Bakermat van onze beschaving?
[10:17] [#]  Archaeologist to check for proof of Ngati Tuhoe pa
[10:16] [#]  Running out of room for the past
[10:14] [#]  Repair of Bulge in Temple Mount
[10:12] [#]  Archaeology group begins survey in town
[07:30] [#]  A rainforest in Denver?
[07:09] [#]
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maandag, 17 februari 2003
[17:48] [#]  Research reveals Medieval diet was more than...
[17:48] [#]  Clues to Legendary Tibetan Culture Emerge
[17:47] [#]  Experts uncover ancient Egyptian mummy
[17:47] [#]  Archaeologists elated with remains
[17:46] [#]  Ancient Britons were coining it
[13:16] [#]  Fossil plant and insect communities key to...
[11:48] [#]  Astonishing Discovery in Henan
[11:47] [#]  Maya Goods in Teotihuacan Tomb
[11:47] [#]  Sacrificed to the Sea God
[10:02] [#]  Spiritual Retreat
[07:58] [#]  Fire destroys Yuzhengong Palace in Hubei province...
[07:57] [#]  Mesquite trees have been in West Texas for...
[07:55] [#]  Shell rings weren't prehistoric trash
[07:54] [#]  The search for the sacred Saraswati River
[07:53] [#]  Digging up a modern way of tracking ancient text
zondag, 16 februari 2003
[16:44] [#]  Black Sea a unique shipwreck museum
[16:39] [#]  Two museums battle over stuffed head of Civil War...
[16:38] [#]  Protecting Ancient History in Iraq
[16:28] [#]  Ghengis Khan, Khan a Prolific Lover
[15:15] [#]  Pompeii: Buried Beneath the Ages
[15:07] [#]  'Santa Maria's bell' going on auction
[12:22] [#]  Gladiators were the film stars of Rome
[10:04] [#]  The discovery of the Ancient Ships of Pisa
[10:01] [#]  Historical trees in Jordan: A lifetime witness
[09:28] [#]  Roman Building of 500m² uncovered in Dion
[09:27] [#]  Agriculture’s origin may be hidden in ‘invisible’...
[09:26] [#]  Ancient brick kiln discovered in China province
[09:25] [#]  Dating Ancient Mortar
[09:21] [#]  Swiss hand in Stonehenge's past
zaterdag, 15 februari 2003
[17:25] [#]  Secrets of a lost village
[17:24] [#]  Seahenge roadshow set to go on tour
[17:14] [#]  Prehistoric fossils found in southwest Florida
[14:26] [#]  New archaeological team
[14:23] [#]  Flint find a beacon to the past
[13:46] [#]  Scottish Crannogs
[13:28] [#]  Early Pharaonic Tales of Naguib Mahfouz
[12:55] [#]  Experimental Archaeology
[12:54] [#]  Aerial Archaeology
[12:35] [#]  Exploding the Boudica myth
[12:34] [#]  Village to mark historic link to Borders gypsies
[12:29] [#]  A Hindu Quest for Some Holy Water
[12:05] [#]  Ancient boat reflects Kuwait's maritime links
[11:38] [#]  New Roman camp confirmed outside of Perth, Scotland
[09:16] [#]  Revenge usual motive in tribal wars
[09:15] [#]  Researchers to unveil who forged Drake's...
[07:58] [#]  New findings put Noah's epic story to the test
[07:49] [#]  Chariots of the Gods (A new television series)
vrijdag, 14 februari 2003
[16:59] [#]  An origin of new world agriculture in Ecuador
[16:58] [#]  Historians find source of Drake hoax
[16:58] [#]  Discovery in Bulgaria Clue to Ancient Mystery
[16:57] [#]  More Roman carts in Thrace
[14:08] [#]  Statue of Minerva found in Albania
[14:06] [#]  Developer in fight over old burial site
[13:53] [#]  The Scots and the lost city of Egypt
[13:51] [#]  Roman chariot burial site found
[13:46] [#]  Birth of archaeology
[13:44] [#]  Napoleon's Lost Army: The Soldiers Who Fell
[13:38] [#]  Town seeks link to medieval past
[13:34] [#]  In-situ preservation of archaeological artefacts
[11:45] [#]  Early Scots ignored Loch Fyne delicacies and...
[11:41] [#]  Archaeologists Find 127-year Old Shipwreck in Gulf


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