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They discover the historic city of Idu in Iraq

They discover the historic city of Idu in Iraq

In the Kurdistan region, located in northern Iraq, a team of archaeologists have discovered an ancient city called Idu, hidden under a mound. The cuneiform inscriptions and works of art reveal the palaces that flourished in the city throughout its history for thousands of years.

The mummy of an Irish child could be the oldest in the world

The mummy of an Irish child could be the oldest in the world

The remains of a mummy found in a bog in Laois two years ago are found to date back to 2000 BC, making them the oldest such mummified body in the world.The remains belong to a young male from 4,000 years ago, 700 years before those of the well-known Egyptian pharaoh Tutankamon.

The first case of child abuse has been documented in Egypt

The first case of child abuse has been documented in Egypt

A two- to three-year-old boy from the Roman-Christian period found in the Dakhleh Oasis cemetery in Egypt shows the first documented case of child abuse in the archaeological record, which has witnessed continued human occupation since the Neolithic, which is why it is in the focus of various archaeological investigations.

Roman sewers of Gades found in Cádiz

Roman sewers of Gades found in Cádiz

In a place in Cádiz where it is intended to build the future Thermas Romanas Balbus and a series of tourist apartments, the hydraulic canalization of the 1st century BC has appeared.The hydraulic construction has been discovered after an archaeological intervention was carried out on the Obispo street estate José María Rancés.

1000-year-old coins could change Australian history

1000-year-old coins could change Australian history

The discovery of five coins and a nearly 70-year-old map may lead to a major change in Australian history. Ian McIntosh, Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University in the US, intends to revisit the place where These five coins were found in 1944, which seem to be about 1000 years old, leading to the belief that Australia was populated much earlier than previously believed.

The first methods of agriculture led to a decline in the population in Europe

The first methods of agriculture led to a decline in the population in Europe

The introduction of agriculture in Europe was followed by regional population declines despite population growth trends, according to a report in the journal Nature Communications published this week. Sean Downey, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Maryland (USA).