The Best Guide [2016-11-06

  • Ancient tablets reveal mathematical achievements of ancient Babylonian culture

  • 'The Storms, War and Shipwrecks' at the Ashmolean Museum in 2016

  • The story of Mother India

  • More Stuff: Two Ptolomaic tombs uncovered in Ismailiya

  • North America: Native American masks sold in Paris to be returned to tribes

  • More Stuff: Greece to open archaeological diving parks

  • Earthen mounds all that remain of ancient American civilization

  • China: Enduring empire

  • More Stuff: 26th Dynasty ushabti figure returning to Egypt

  • Acropolis Museum awarded as “The Best Museum of the World”

  • National Trust plans trail for Iron Age hill fort find

  • Egypt to open Sphinx area to tourists again

  • Ancient Arabia re-interpreted: Part Two

  • Stonehenge, Avebury: Pagan shrines or ancient calendars?

  • Mesopotamia: Birthplace of civilisation

  • Machu Picchu awarded leading green destination in South America

  • Minoan wall-paintings at Herakleion Museum

  • More Stuff: Bulgarian police bust group raiding Thracian tombs

  • More Stuff: Looted Egyptian statuette of Tutankhamun's sister found

  • In search of Herod's tomb

  • Treasure trove in Thanjavur

  • Bodrum Underwater Archaeology Museum breaks tourist record

  • More Stuff: Whose statues? Cultural politics in Colombia

  • Rare Early Biblical Manuscripts return to view at Smithsonian's Freer Gallery

  • More Stuff: Egypt’s antiquities fall victim to political chaos

  • Southern Europe: Rare Byzantine manuscripts digitized

  • Rethymno: Tales of Renaissance and Resistance

  • “Gods, Myths, Heroes”: The new Greek tourism campaign video

  • 'Armenia: Masterpieces from an Enduring Culture' at the Bodleian Libraries

  • More Stuff: Kalashkathi temples falling apart for want of attention

  • 17th century landmark cathedral recreated in virtual space

  • More Stuff: Rare gold Roman medallion to be auctioned in Belgium

  • 'Leaving a Mark on History: Treasures from Greek Museums' at the National Archaeological Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria

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