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Archeologists believe the site was most likely destroyed in a battle against the Philistines in 980 BC.
They wanted to closely watch the ancient places in Ghazni and start work on their reconstruction in the near future, Ahmad, one of the archeologists told Pajhwok Afghan News.
Yale Archeology Professor Harpy Weiss described destroying the cemetery as a "historical and cultural disaster," while another Israeli archeologist said a group of international archeologists is pressuring the American financers of the museum after Israeli courts approved the construction plan.
Kazakh archeologists also revealed many secrets of city one of them canalization system which was being used by the Otrar in the history.
Borough archeologist Graham Eyre-Morgan said: "It would be a useful exercise.
The two ill archeologists worked on June 19, when dirt near the petroglyphs was sifted with screens (archeologists A and B, Figure 2).
Archeologists Finkelstein and Silberman say the evidence from Holy Land ruins shows the Bible is not a good history book Indeed, the kingdoms of Judah and Israel had very different pasts than those recounted in scripture, they argue, because the Bible was written as theology, not history.
The archeologists -- from Tohoku Paleolithic Institute, Tohoku Fukushi University and other institutes -- said they believe that the finding may be one of the oldest in the world.
During the past 30 years, archeologists had placed the onset of this technology in the second half of the fourth millennium B.
Chinese archeologists believe the Chinese dragon has terrestrial roots in the form of crocodiles living along the Yellow River more than 6,000 years ago, the report said.
A team of 50 archeologists, rock art specialists and historical architects is working in Mesa Verde National Park this summer, reevaluating villages and cliff dwellings built between 600 and 1300 A.
After climbing to the 22,000-foot summit of a volcano in northern Argentina, archeologists have found three frozen Incan mummies, 500-year-old remains of a ritual sacrifice that are so well-preserved that blood is still present in the heart and lungs.
Local archeologists like Robert Lopez are working to document and salvage what they can from the site, which was devastated in the 1950s by bulldozers that leveled the terrain for citrus orchards.
Forensic archeologists determined that William Willoby Jenkins settled the land a century ago.
CAIRO, Egypt - French archeologists announced Sunday they have found the tomb of the wet nurse of Tutankhamen, the boy pharaoh whose golden coffins and burial treasures have fascinated generations.