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A Sunken Kingdom Re-emerges By Katrin Bennhold (The New York Times)

Archaeology Find: Camels In 'Bible' Are Literary Anachronisms (NPR)

Archaeology Magazine

Earliest Cookware Was Used To Make Fish Soup By Nancy Shute (NPR)

Earliest Footprints Outside Africa Discovered in Norfolk By Pallab Ghosh (BBC)

Finally, the Beauty of France's Chauvet Cave Makes its Grand Public Debut By Joshua Hammer (Smithsonian Magazine)

Grave Science (NPR)

Iconic 2,500 year old Siberian princess 'died from breast cancer', reveals MRI scan By Anna Liesowska (The Siberian Times)

Jawbone Fossil Fills a Gap in Early Human Evolution By John Noble Wilford (The New York Times)

Lost City Discovered in the Honduran Rain Forest By Douglas Preston (National Geographic)

Monte Testaccio

Mummies of the World: The Exhibition

Mysterious Cave Rings Show Neanderthals Liked To Build By Christopher Joyce (NPR)

New York Times Topics: Archaeology and Anthropology

Oldest 'Out of Africa' Human Footprints Found on British Coast By Scott Neuman (NPR)

Pause Is Seen in a Continent’s Peopling By Nicholas Wade (The New York Times)

Receding Waters in California Expose Artifacts to Plundering By Patricia Leigh Brown (The New York Times)

Rio’s Race to Future Intersects Slave Past By Simon Romero (The New York Times)

Siberian Princess reveals her 2,500 year old tattoos By Siberian Times Reporter (The Siberian Times)

Stonehenge Begins to Yield Its Secrets By Kenneth Chang (The New York Times)

The Archaeology of the Stars By Curtis Brainard (The New York Times)

The Cheapside Hoard: London's Lost Jewels (Museum of London)

Were the Terracotta Warriors Based on Actual People? By Elizabeth Quill (The Smithsonian Magazine)

What 15,000 Years Of Cooking Fish Tells Us About Humanity By Barbara J. King (NPR)