Iron Age

Archaeologists discover Biblical city of Libnah

A team of archaeologists has discovered the ruins of an ancient and important biblical city<p>Since 2009, researchers have studied the remains of an …

Archaeology

Dark-Wave Pioneers DAF to Perform First-Ever U.S. Show at Cloak & Dagger Event

November gig in L.A. will also feature She Wants Revenge, HEALTH, Boy Harsher, Tamaryn, more

San Diego

Tartar from ancient teeth to reveal how Iron Age Britons ate

July 18 (UPI) -- Archaeologists have developed a new technique for analyzing tooth tartar. The latest research into ancient tooth tartar suggests the …

Archaeology

See Polish Death-Metal Band Decapitated's Gory New "Kill the Cult" Video

Controversial group drops unnerving visual ahead of European tour

Music

'Metalocalypse' Director in Critical Condition After Life-Threatening Illness

Filmmaker Jon Schnepp's family seeking GoFundMe contributions to cover treatment for undisclosed condition

Avant-garde

Research on British teeth unlocks potential for new insights into ancient diets

Goofy, yellow and crooked: British smiles have sometimes had a less-than-flattering international image, but a new study has put tartar from our …

Diets

Iron-Age Wooden Bowl Found in Scotland

SOUTH RONALDSAY, SCOTLAND—A 2,000-year-old wooden bowl has been found in a chamber accessed with a series of stone-cut steps beneath Cairns Broch, a …

Archaeology

Jug | Iran | Iron Age II | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum<p>1938, excavated by Erich F. Schmidt, on behalf of the Second Holmes Expedition sponsored by the …

Archaeology

Darlington garden skull find 'dates to Iron Age'

<b>Human remains found in the garden of a house have been dated to the Iron Age.</b><p>Builders working on a house extension in Springwell Terrace, Darlington, in May discovered a skull, and further bones were then recovered.<p>It sparked a police investigation but there was later found to be no link to any …

Archaeology

Outdoor Learning Resources for KS2

Learning Outside the Classroom from LCP is a cross curricular resource providing teachers with fun outdoor activities and great ideas to engage KS2 …

Outdoors

Praia de São Paio

Iron Age runes and ruins hide in plain sight along this Portuguese beach.<p>Along most of its length, the narrow boardwalk that parallels the ocean at …

Archaeology

Playback: Love Us or Hiatus

Rare gigs and soft breakups from Iron Age and US Weekly

Austin

The Ever Changing Face of Witchcraft

The Ever Changing Face of Witchcraft<p>July 10, 2018 by Ian Chambers<p>Anybody with an Instagram account has probably become aware of a social and cultural …

Spirituality

Photos: A heat wave in the UK is revealing evidence of ancient structures – Quartz

Hot weather across Britain, it turns out, is a great time for archeologists to take to the sky.<p>Through aerial archeological surveys, hot and dry conditions have made it possible to see “cropmarks,” or shapes denoting ancient structures, from above. Cropmarks are darker areas of vegetation where …

Archaeology

Crop Marks Appear in Wales

ABERYSTWYTH, WALES—<i>BBC News</i> reports that an ongoing heat wave in Britain has resulted in the emergence of crop marks across Wales. Crop marks form …

BBC

The Proper Glass For Every Style of Beer

From IPAs and lagers, to stouts, sours, and Belgians, the glass makes a bigger difference than you think.<p>We all have them in the house, but if you’re …

Craft Brewing

21 underrated places in Wales that are just as good as our most popular attractions

Wales has loads of stunning scenery, picturesque parks and beautiful beaches.<p>And while there are loads of things do to and see, it seems to be that …

News (Wales)

Iron Age Farm

A reconstructed farm shows what life was like in Norway 1,500 years ago.<p>In 1900, a large farm from the Nordic Iron Age was uncovered near the …

Archaeology

Evidence of Iron Age Beer Found in Sweden

LUND, SWEDEN—Archaeobotanist Mikael Larsson of Lund University and a team of researchers have found evidence of large-scale beer production at …

Prehistory

Swedes have been brewing beer since Iron Age: study

LOS ANGELES, June 25 (Xinhua) -- Archaeologists have found carbonised germinated grains showing that malt was produced for beer brewing as early as …

Archaeology

Cotswolds Guide

Do you love Britain? Let others know!<p>Steeped in history and characterised by its towns and villages built in honey-coloured stone, the Cotswolds has …

Ireland

In Sweden, beer was brewed since Iron Age

Malt was produced for beer brewing as early as the Iron Age in Sweden, say scientists who have found possible evidence indicating a large-scale …

India News

Popular Archeology - Swedes have been brewing beer since the Iron Age, new evidence confirms

LUND UNIVERSITY—Archaeologists at Lund University in Sweden have found carbonized germinated grains showing that malt was produced for beer brewing …

Archaeology

Large-Scale Whaling May Date to Iron Age

UPPSALA, SWEDEN—A report in <i>New Historian</i> states that the practice of large-scale whaling may be several centuries older than previously thought. …

Archaeology

Archaeologists Find That Beer Brewing In Sweden Dates Back To The Iron Age - Houston Chronicle

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Archaeology

Large-Scale Whaling May Date to Iron Age

UPPSALA, SWEDEN—A report in <i>New Historian</i> states that the practice of large-scale whaling may be several centuries older than previously thought. …

Archaeology

Swedes have been brewing beer since the Iron Age, new evidence confirms

Archaeologists have found carbonized germinated grains showing that malt was produced for beer brewing as early as the Iron Age in the Nordic region. …

Archaeology

Archaeologists seek more evidence of Iron Age life at Highland roundhouse dig

Sign up to our <b>Daily</b> newsletter<p>Archaeologists and local history enthusiasts will be seeking more evidence of Iron Age life at an old roundhouse dig in …

Archaeology

Live Science

Neolithic mystery<p>Three-dimensional models of Neolithic carved stone balls — some of the most enigmatic objects from Europe's late Stone Age — are now …

Archaeology

Remains of possible Iron Age settlement found in Caithness

Remains of a previously unknown prehistoric settlement may have been found by archaeologists working in the far north of Scotland.

Archaeology