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Teams Excavating Toilets Flush Out Thousands Of 18th Century Artifacts
The remarkable collection spans nearly 300 years of people at the site near Independence Hall.
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Researchers May Have Found An Ancient Sanctuary To Pagan God Pan
Ceremonies to the deity included drinking, sacrifices and rituals involving nudity and sex.
Living History: Saving the Colosseum
Archaeologist, historian, TV host
Who doesn't dream about seeing the Colosseum? The nearly 2000-year-old monument was the site of the Roman empire's amazing physical contests. But like every cultural heritage monument around the world, the Colosseum had succumbed to time, nature and pollution; it was in dire need of help.
Expat Recovery Room: Digging Stratonikeia
Sixty miles east of Bodrum, in the upper Marsyas valley, yet another ancient metropolis is shedding more than a millennium of earth and sparkling in the sun again -- Stratonikeia.
New Orleans Hospital Projects Marred By Transmission Lines
A plan several years ago to bury transmission and other power lines at the University Medical Center and Veterans Affairs hospital in BioDistrict New Orleans, where both complexes are under construction now, was termed too costly.
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