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Archaeological finds at the Tomb of the Nanyue King in Guangzhou, the Nanyue Palace Ruins, and the Luobowan tombs have provided nearly all that is known of Nanyue writing.
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Archaeological finds indicate the possible beginnings of the Bronze Age, which would ultimately spread throughout the ancient world from Afghanistan.
Archaeological finds, such as cave paintings, prove that humans were present in the region in prehistoric times.
** Archaeological finds suggest that worship of Demeter and Persephone was widespread in Sicily and Greek Italy.
Archaeological finds show that Sierra Leone has been inhabited continuously for at least 2, 500 years, populated by successive movements from other parts of Africa.
Archaeological analysis of wild emmer indicates that it was first cultivated in the southern Levant with finds at Iraq ed-Dubb in northern Jordan dating back as far as 9600 BC.
Archaeological finds have shown that there were Stone Age people in the area ; and that by the Bronze Age the maritime influence was already strong.
Archaeological finds of pigeon pea include those from two Neolithic sites in Orissa, Gopalpur and Golbai Sassan dating between 3, 400 and 3, 000 years ago, and sites in South India, Sanganakallu and Tuljapur Garhi, also dating back to 3, 400 years ago.
Archaeological finds in the area have mostly been from tombs, bearing witness to the fact that in the following periods of history-Hellenistic and Roman times-Pylos remained a flourishing burgh.
Archaeological finds on the island are not very rich but they dot an area of 20 hectares, making it the second largest Baltic marketplace of the Viking Age after Hedeby.
Archaeological finds has shown that humans have been making use of shellfish as a food item for hundreds of thousands of years.
Archaeological finds in the county of Møre og Romsdal have been dated to 9, 200 BC and are probably the remains of settlers from Doggerland, an area now submerged in the North Sea, but at the time a landbridge that connected the present day British Isles with Jutland.
* Archaeological survey: used to accurately assess the relationship of archaeological sites in a landscape or to accurately record finds on an archaeological site.
Archaeological finds, some surface or semi-buried dwellings from the second half of the 15th century, suggest that Hungarians started to settle in the region after 1345 – 1347 when the territory was under the control of the king of Hungary.
Archaeological finds at Çatalhöyük in Anatolia indicate worship of a ' Magna Mater ' figure, a forerunner of the Cybele goddess found in later Anatolia and other parts of the near East.
Archaeological finds confirm that Germanic and Slavic tribes were settled agriculturalists that were merely " drawn into the politics of an empire already falling apart for quite other causes ".
Archaeological finds on the Lokeren territory prove that this area was populated in Neolithic times.
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Keem BayAchill Archaeological Field School is based at the Achill Archaeology Centre in Dooagh, which has served as a catalyst for a wide array of archaeological investigations on the island.
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 confirmation of Bethlehem as an Israelite city was uncovered in 2012 at the archaeological dig at the City of David in the form of a bulla ( seal impression in dried clay ) in ancient Hebrew script that reads " From the town of Bethlehem to the King ," indicating that it was used to seal the string closing a shipment of grain, wine, or other goods sent as a tax payment in the 8th or 7th century BCE.
The Delphi Archaeological Museum is at the foot of the main archaeological complex, on the east side of the village, and on the north side of the main road.
Archaeological research indicates that people once lived at a much higher elevation along the river than they do today, probably because the river was higher or the floods more severe.
Under the direction of the German Archaeological Institute, excavations at Hattusa have been underway since 1907, with interruptions during both wars.
The ' Mask of Agamemnon ', discovered by Heinrich Schliemann in 1876 at Mycenae now exhibited at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens.
She studied at St Paul's Girls ' School, read history at Somerville College, Oxford, England, and became the first female president of the Oxford University Archaeological Society.
They have continued from 1913 to the present day under the German Archaeological Institute at Athens.
Latest findings in the Kerameikos include the excavation of a 2. 1 m tall Kouros, unearthed by the German Archaeological Institute at Athens under the direction of Professor Wolf-Dietrich Niemeier.
Archaeological research on Chios has found evidence that the island has been inhabited since at least the Neolithic era.
Archaeological discoveries from this period at Coppergate, York, show the shipwright had a large range of sophisticated woodwork tools.
The 2008 – 09 Manchester display, titled " Lindow Man: A Bog Body Mystery Exhibition at the Manchester Museum ", won the category " Best Archaeological Innovation " in the 2010 British Archaeological Awards, run by the Council for British Archaeology.
These show the complete sculpture ( with conjectural reconstructions of the missing pieces ) and can be seen in Rhodes, at the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes, Rome, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence and in front of the Archaeological Museum, Odessa, Ukraine, amongst others.
Adriano La Regina ( former Rome ’ s archaeological superintendent 1976-2004, professor of Etruscology at Rome ’ s La Sapienza University ), Professor Fausto Zevi ( professor of Roman Archaeology at Rome's La Sapienza University ) and Professor Henner von Hesberg ( head of the German Archaeological Institute, Rome ) denied the identification of the grotto with Lupercal on topographic and stylistic grounds.
" Experts at the Archaeological Institute of America show that the term was used when Moses " returned to his people after seeing as much of the Glory of the Lord as human eye could stand ," and his face " reflected radiance.