Latest Bronze Age Europe Stories
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Archaeologists have discovered a "fantastically preserved", 5,100-year-old door in Zurich, Switzerland.
Archaeologists surveying the worldâ€™s oldest submerged town have found ceramics dating back to the Final Neolithic.
Cockerels living on West Cornwall land have been allowed to continue doing what they do best. Penwith District Council has dropped its investigation into a complaint that poultry owned by Jeff and Pam Trevaskis at Connor Downs, near Hayle, were too noisy.
By JIM MCBETH THE smiles and convivial air say it all. They are obviously all close friends or family, dressed in their best clothes and fine jewellery for a quiet get-together.
An underwater explorer who found the Titanic and a team of international scientists will soon survey waters off the Greek island of Crete for clues to a once-powerful Bronze Age-era civilization.
Among the ruins of a 3,200-year-old palace near Athens, researchers are piecing together the story of legendary Greek warrior-king Ajax, hero of the Trojan War.
- A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.