The Best Guide [2016-03-20

  • Pompeii exhibition brings doomed town to life

  • More Stuff: Ancient Philippi candidate for list of UNESCO sites

  • South East Asia: Shoddy workmanship 'destroys' national treasure in Vietnam

  • More Stuff: Official opening of the Replica of Tutankhamun's Tomb

  • Dura-Europos: Crossroads of Antiquity

  • Stoa of Attalos’ first floor to open to public

  • Six Old Kingdom tombs to be opened at Giza Plateau

  • More Stuff: Bulgaria seizes suspected looted artefacts

  • 'Ancient Lives: New Discoveries' at the British Museum

  • Central America's Past Revealed at the National Museum of the American Indian

  • Nubia: Ancient Kingdoms of Africa

  • Near East: Virgin Mary Monastery to open to tourism

  • ‘Gods and Mortals at Olympus: Ancient Dion, City of Zeus’ at Onassis Cultural Centre in NY

  • Paraguay's natural and archaeological treasures

  • More Stuff: Micro-scale technique helps preserve rock art legacy

  • North America: Archaeologists, tribe clash over Native remains

  • 'Faces: The Many Visages of Human History' at the University of Padua, Italy

  • Exhibition at Oriental Institute shows how ancient cultures commemorated the dead

  • Santa Maria Antiqua in the Roman Forum opens doors

  • More Stuff: Serendipity aids Egypt recover stolen heritage

  • Morocco's Roman ruins: Stunning, with few tourists

  • A Thousand Years of the Persian Book of Kings at the Museum of Islamic Art in Berlin

  • Vikings! at the National Museum of Scotland

  • The Lukhang Murals of Tibet at the Rubin Museum of Art

  • Nearly 500,000 flock to Mexican pyramids for equinox

  • Before the Pyramids brings rare Egyptian artefacts to Chicago's Oriental Institute Museum

  • Kabul exhibition displays newly excavated ancient artefacts

  • Trireme “Olympias” to be displayed at 2012 London Olympic Games

  • Mammoth and mastodon display opens at the Anchorage Museum

  • 'The Etruscans: Masters of Writing' at Maec of Cortona

  • Interactive exhibition at Stockholm's Medelhavsmuseet allows visitors to digitally unwrap Egyptian mummy

  • The Roman villa that welcomed Paul

  • Pompeii exhibit in New York

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