The Best Guide [2016-02-14

  • Southern Europe: Vatican to digitise 3,000 library manuscripts

  • Near East: Syrian army takes Krak des Chevaliers in Homs

  • Greek islands guide: A literary Odyssey of island life

  • More Stuff: Italian government steps up Pompeii security

  • 'Moche and Its Neighbours: Reconstructing Identities' at the Lima Museum of Art, Peru

  • British Museum acquires Trust for African Rock Art collection

  • Iceman Oetzi gets a new face for 20th anniversary

  • NY antiquities collection donated to Israel Museum

  • The curse of the vanishing mummies

  • 'Recognizing Michelangelo' at the Accademia Gallery, Florence

  • More Stuff: Thieves steal section of fresco from Pompeii

  • More Stuff: Israel building center for ancient artifacts

  • More Stuff: Restoring lost sheen to ancient temples

  • New Zealand: Norwegian whalers' base declared heritage site

  • 'Everywhen: The Eternal Present in Indigenous Art from Australia' at The Harvard Art Museums

  • Chiclayo archaeological complex to house site museum

  • Syria: Turkey turns blind eye to plunder, says Syria

  • More Stuff: Greeks protest over plans to sell historic buildings

  • Field Museum presents rarely seen ancient remains "unwrapped" through latest technology

  • Modern politics overshadows Israel’s historic Herod exhibit

  • Restored Machu Picchu terraces will open for tourists in June

  • What is Race?

  • Archaeological finds from Crossrail digs on show in London

  • China's Forbidden City still lures inquisitive public

  • Bulgaria shows off stunning new archaeology finds

  • 'From Ancient to Modern: Archaeology and Aesthetics' at New York University’s Institute for the Study of the Ancient World

  • British Museum to launch first major exhibition of underwater archaeology in May 2016

  • Ancient Bosra a major tourist attraction in Syria

  • North America: Feds investigate graffiti at historic Nevada cave

  • Largest Anglo-Saxon coin hoard found in UK goes on display at British Museum

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