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Dr Loka added that the Archeologist team was comprising of Italian and Pakistani experts and they found signs of Hindu temple and graveyard as well as sign of Moria empire.
In a joint excavation between Hebrew University in Jerusalem and the Israel Antiquities Authority, archeologists say they (http://www.
Archeologists Ahmad and Madhat are currently in Afghanistan in response to an invitation from the government of President Hamid Karzai to work out plans for reconstructing the historical sites.
The archeologists sent letters to the Simon Weisenthal Center,Israeli archeology department and Jerusalem municipality demanding to stop all construction work of the Museum of Tolerance on the site of the former Muslim cemetery, because it "breaches archaeology standards and Israeli law.
Ruins of the ancient city have nearly been brought to the daylight by Kazakh archeologists.
Archeologist Mixhait Polozani says that Albanian parties should assume responsibility for the fact that no ethnic Albanian archeologist from Macedonia participates in the archeological excavations.
The archeologists are hoping to recover more items in fresh excavations in July and August," Patterson said.
Archeologists posit that it leads to a pool, originally located next to a garden full of fruit trees, where King David and other kings of the dynasty used to bathe.
The original moat was filled in about 200 years ago, and archeologists will examine soil cores taken by hydrologists to locate the site's water table.
The case-patients included all 6 volunteers, both group leaders, and 2 of 10 archeologists.
We get a slightly different historical tour of the Bible from the two archeologists who wrote The Bible Unearthed: Archeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts (The Free Press, 2001).
Now urban archeologists have unearthed the restaurant as part of the Metro Red Line subway construction, opening a window into the San Fernando Valley's past.
Archeologists have discovered the remains of what they believe is Japan's oldest human habitation in a layer of earth about 600,000 years old in Kamitakamori, Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan, the archeologists said Monday.
Archeologists have long guessed at engravers' techniques by studying their designs.
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.