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Archaeological excavations of a number of sites, later identified as Canaanite, show that prosperity of the region reached its apogee during this Middle Bronze Age period, under leadership of the city of Hazor, at least nominally tributary to Egypt for much of the period.
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Further archaeological objects found during the excavations are conserved at the Cyprus Museum in Nicosia, as well as at the Limassol District Archaeological Museum.
Archaeological excavations on the islands indicate sustained pig keeping up to and beyond the 13th century, a situation unique compared to Iceland and Greenland.
Under the direction of the German Archaeological Institute, excavations at Hattusa have been underway since 1907, with interruptions during both wars.
Archaeological excavations in the Kerameikos began in 1870 under the auspices of the Greek Archaeological Society.
Archaeological excavations were first carried out in 1897 by K. Kontopoulos for the Greek Archaeological Service, followed by K. Kourouniotes between 1902 and 1909.
Archaeological excavations have uncovered clove burnt onto the floor of a kitchen, dated to 1700 BCE, at the Mesopotamian site of Terqa, in modern-day Syria.
Archaeological collections arising from excavations and other research by faculty, staff and students are also housed in the museum.
Archaeological excavations on the foundations of the Rose and the Globe in the late twentieth century showed that all the London theatres had individual differences ; yet their common function necessitated a similar general plan.
The Park of Mon Repos is adjacent to the Palaiopolis of Kerkyra, where excavations were conducted by the Greek Archaeological Service in collaboration with the University of Louvain-la-Neuve in Belgium, and Brown University in the United States.
By 1931, much of Mohenjo-Daro had been excavated, but excavations continued, such as that led by Sir Mortimer Wheeler, director of the Archaeological Survey of India in 1944.
Archaeological excavations, such as those at the Cosquer Cave near Marseilles, show that the coast of Provence was inhabited since at least the Paleolithic era.
Archaeological excavations dated the oldest sword in Japan from at least as early as second century B. C.
Archaeological excavations in the Aztec-ruled provinces show that incorporation into the empire had both costs and benefits for provincial peoples.
Archaeological excavations conducted from the 1950s onwards have revealed evidence of sparse settlement by hunter gatherers in the late stone age, followed by a larger population of early iron age settlers.
Archaeological excavations in 1937 and 1979 unearthed what are believed to be the building's foundations.
Archaeological excavations and surveys carried out in Van province indicate that the history of human settlement in this region goes back at least as far as 5000 BC.
Archaeological excavations uncovered impressive prehistoric tombs dating to the 7th millennium BC at the western edge of Eilat, while nearby copper workings and mining operations at Timna Valley are the oldest on earth.
Archaeological excavations throughout Scandinavia have uncovered amulets theorized as depicting valkyries.
Archaeological excavations in the 1950s and 1960s uncovered remains from many periods, in particular, a complex of Crusader fortifications and a Roman theatre.
The excavations in the island are among the most extensive in the Mediterranean ; ongoing work takes place under the direction of the French School at Athens and many of the artifacts found are on display at the Archaeological Museum of Delos and the National Archaeological Museum of Athens.
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A decorated stone which has been interpreted by some as the cult image of Crom Cruach was found at Killycluggin, County Cavan, in 1921 ( Site number 93, Killycluggin townland, “ Archaeological Inventory of County Cavan ”, Patrick O ’ Donovan, 1995, p. 19 ).
A number of Petrie's discoveries were presented to the Royal Archaeological Society and described in the society's Archaeological Journal by his good friend and fellow archaeologist, Flaxman Charles John Spurrell.
The centre of the town is designated an Area of High Archaeological Potential ( AHAP ), and a number of buildings have been given listed building status.
Archaeological examination of several sites around Wakō has revealed the remains of a number of villages in the area.
The influx of tourists has led to the restoration of a great number of homes ( many of which were destroyed during World War II ); these restorations, by law, have to conform to " guidelines laid down by the Greek culture ministry's Archaeological Service.
Valenciennes was full of activity, with numerous corporations, and outside its walls a large number of convents developed, like that of the Dominicans ( whose church was excavated by the Valenciennes Archaeological Service in 1989 and 1990 ).
A number of fine marble sarcophagi from those cemeteries are now in the Archaeological Museum of Split.
Archaeological investigations at Barbury have shown evidence of a number of buildings, indicating a village or military garrison at this time.
Archaeological evidence in this period finds a number of Christian ornaments in Nubia, and some scholars feel that this implies that conversion from below was already taking place.
The site was partially excavated by Neil Aldridge of the Kent Archaeological Society and the site of the priory church and other structures were recorded within the garden of the present house which incorporates part of the western range of the priory. This was published in Archaeologia Cantiana for 1995. The site is surrounded by a large moat and a number of monastic fishponds also survive.
Archaeological excavations of Maya sites have turned up a number of rectangular lumps of plaster and paint flakes, most commonly in elite tombs.
The historical city and surroundings contain an important group of historical remains, including two castles and several churches, hermitages, palaces and squares, as well as a number of museums, standing out the Archaeological Museum " José María Soler ".
The rich archaeological material found in Pistiros is preserved in the Archaeological Museum “ Prof. Mieczysław Domaradzki ” – town of Septemvri. The archaeological excavations on Pistiros were discussed in a good number of scientific conferences, publications, and exhibitions.
A large number of antiquities of different materials, unearthed from this place in the course of excavation, are displayed in the site museum maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India.
The Scythian Gold exhibition came from a number of Ukrainian exhibitions including the Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine, the Institute of Archaeology in Kiev and the State Historical Archaeological Preserve at Pereiaslav-Khmel ' nyts ' kyi.
Archaeological discoveries now clearly show that an immature form of clerical script (" proto-clerical ") was already developing in the state of Qín during the Warring States period, and into the early Western Hàn ; this can be seen on a number of bamboo books unearthed recently.
At present it is in Bagan recorded as stone number 43 in the Archaeological Department's collection.
Louhajong: Archaeological heritage are still found all around Louhajong, Bikrampur, although a large number of these sites is now being missed due to erosion of river Padma.
Archaeological ethics refers to a number of moral issues raised through the study of the material past.
Several human skeletons along some animal bones and a number of a small stones implements, belonging probably to the Neolithic, have been unearthed in Archaeological exploration at Sarai Nahar in Kunda Tehsil.