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Books, bodies, bangles and boats: The top ten archaeology discoveries of 2013

It's been another amazing year of archaeology stories on Culture24; dig up the past as we pick some of the best archaeological discoveries of …

Five Monuments that Might Not Pass the Test of Time

<i>This article was provided by AccuWeather.com.</i><p>Ancient civilizations have long written about the power and force that weather once brought upon them. …

Listen: Ellie Goulding and Angel Haze cover James Blake’s “Life Round Here”

The best of Britain and Brooklyn come together as Ellie Goulding and Angel Haze team up to cover James Blake’s “Life Round Here”. Goulding gives the</i> …

Ancient Rome Infanticide Practices Did Not Favor Boys After All, DNA Study Suggests

A new look at a cache of baby bones discovered in Britain is altering assumptions about why ancient Romans committed infanticide.<p>Infant girls were apparently not killed more often than baby boys, researchers report in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Archaeological Science.<p>"Very often, societies …

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What's New On Netflix In February 2014: 'Queer As Folk,' 'Bates Motel,' 'Breaking Bad' Join The List

Netflix's arsenal of ready-to-watch TV shows and movies changes every week. Titles run out of contract, and new ones are brought into the fold. This month, Netflix adds the final season of "Breaking Bad," the highly anticipated "House of Cards" Season 2, cult classic "Flashdance" and the Cannes …

Stonehenge was built on solstice axis, dig confirms

English Heritage excavations find Avenue ditches that are 'missing piece in jigsaw'<p>English Heritage says the discovery of manmade ditches along the ancient processional route to Stonehenge is a "missing piece in the jigsaw" in our understanding of England's greatest prehistoric site.<p>Professor Mike …

As Fashion Week Ends, Pondering the Origins of Clothes

Our prehistoric ancestors didn't go for catwalk shows, but they had fashion sense.<p><b>As Fashion Week winds down in New York, scientists continue their own search for the very latest in ancient fashion—latest meaning oldest. They're asking one seemingly simple question: Who invented clothes anyway?</b><p>As …

Mycenean Palace and Linear B Tablets Discovered in Sparta Area

A new excavation in the Xirokambi area of Aghios Vassilios west of Sparta, in the Peloponnese, Greece, has revealed a richness of Mycenean artefacts …