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Archaeological Sites Threatened by U.S. Sea Level Rise

Archaeological Sites Threatened by U.S. Sea Level Rise

Archaeological Sites Threatened by U.S. Sea Level Rise KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE—David Anderson of the University of Tennessee and a team of researchers analyzed data from the Digital Index of North American Archaeology (DINAA) in order to evaluate the possible effect of rising sea levels on archaeological and historical sites, according to a

History lovers open WWII-themed restaurant in Alabama

History lovers open WWII-themed restaurant in Alabama

History lovers open WWII-themed restaurant in Alabama An Alabama couple have used their love of history to make some money by opening a World War II-themed restaurant in historic Courtland. Lisa and Greg Pace were drawn to the tiny town, which boasts about 600 residents, because of its ties to World War

1,400-year-old loom found in Iraq

A 1,400-year-old loom has been found during excavations in northern Iraq. Iraq and nearby Iran’s history are therefore of great interest to archaeologists, who often must face both manmade and natural challenges when working in the region. Earthquakes, such as the 7.3 magnitude on that struck Iran and Iraq on November

Medieval village found in Denmark.

Traces of medieval farm buildings have been found in eastern Denmark. Traces of three courtyards surrounded by a ditch marks out an area, which archaeologists have interpreted as the centre of a village dating back to the Middle Ages in Tollerup, East Denmark. Historical sources suggest that the farms belonged to the

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