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Until World War II, the members of these two institutions, though few in number, were responsible for archaeological excavations, assisted by the staff of museums in Varna, Plovdiv, Shoumen, Stara Zagora, Kiustendil, Burgas and Razgrad.
During the SS Republic archaeological excavation, the Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV), ZEUS completed 262 dives to the shipwreck site and debris field, logging almost 3500 hours of bottom time.
Interactive elements and exhibits will present the science and technology Odyssey utilizes to conduct deep ocean shipwreck searches and archaeological excavations.
The contract is for the execution of archaeological excavations at archaeological sites Ostroda XXV, Ostroda XVI, Ostroda XVII, Hill And, Hill V, Hill VI, Hill VII colliding with a planned construction of an expressway S7 episode Milomlyn Olsztynek, subsection node OstrEda North-node OstrEda south with the development of research results.
Archaeological excavations uncovered the remains of structures and hearths at the geoglyphs, suggesting that rituals took place there, said archaeologists Irina Shevnina and Andrew Logvin, of Kostanay University, in an email to Live Science.
Head of Syrian archaeological mission working at the site, Suleiman Elias, said that the archaeological excavations at Tell Sha'ir began in 2006, noting that the study of pottery stone, discovered in the ancient platforms, had proved the succession of several civilizations in the site started in the 6th millennium BC by Hassouna civilization, then Uruk, Ninawa, Mitanni reaching to the Byzantine and Arab Islamic civilizations.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- A new coin has been issued by the UAE Central Bank to commemorate the 50th anniversary of archaeological excavations that led to the discovery of Umm Al Nar civilisation in Abu Dhabi.
according to the results of historical knowledge and archaeological excavations.
24 (ANI): Archaeological excavations have been launched at the Damagou Tuopulukedun Buddhist Temple Site in China's Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region.
The funding for the archaeological excavations that led to the much celebrated and much debated recent discovery of relics of St.
This slim monograph details the archaeological excavations at North Lane, in Canterbury, England during 1993 and 1996.
Founded by Ptolemy Philadelphos II in the early third century BCE, the site was the subject of Hungarian archaeological excavations and studies between 1998 and 2004 under the leadership of respected archaeologist Gyozo Voros.
Archaeological excavations at a prison near Megiddo, Israel, have uncovered remains of what may have been one of the region's oldest Christian churches.
Stealing relics that date back 4,000 years to the civilizations of Babylon and Sumer, the thieves destroyed decades' worth of archaeological excavations.
Almost 35 years ago, archaeological excavations revealed the location of King Herod's palace fortress, from which he ruled for 40 years.
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