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The paw prints and hoof prints of a few meddlesome animals have been preserved for posterity on ancient Roman tiles recently discovered by archaeologists in England. "They are beautiful finds, as they represent a snapshot, a single moment in history,"
Archaeological Survey of India To mark the World Heritage Day, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is all set to roll out a red carpet for citizens of Delhi at the historic Red Fort. The visitors will be in for a visual treat as the ASI has not
More than two months after the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) began excavations at the Purana Qila in Delhi, the heritage conservation body is all set to put out the unearthed artefacts for public viewing on the World Heritage Day this Friday.
Atmosphere to perform on-campus concert April 16, 2014 Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is bringing Sunshine to your day with its latest announcement: Hip-hop duo Atmosphere is slated to perform at Cal Poly on April 24. We've been looking into
Oxford archaeologists working at Pattanam, located 25 km north of Kochi, have confirmed that it was an Indian port frequented by Romans and have put to rest doubts about the antiquity of the site. If the excavations and surveys go as planned, the UK
The questions raised about the value of culture and the importance of safeguarding it during armed conflicts resonate beyond the film'. Photograph: Snap Stills/Rex No films about art stolen in wartime appear for years and then two come along at once:
Vice President of Cal Poly Young Cattlemen's Association Agricultural Student Council President Campaign Slogan: Be The Difference Agricultural business junior Jake Rogers comes from Glenville, Calif., a mountain town an hour outside Bakersfield with
Eric Nathan /Alamy Some people believe Shakespeare may have worshipped there, even that it might have inspired scenes in Romeo and Juliet . Today it provides the backdrop to the hit BBC series Rev, starring Tom Hollander. Soon, an east London church
Silwan neighborhood, with Israeli guard hous in the middle (image by activestills) The people of Silwan have faced colonization efforts for the last dozen years from approved Israeli government projects that involve demolitions of residents' homes,
View comments For more than a century it has shown its readers exotic locations and revealed exciting cultures. But National Geographic is under attack from archaeologists for a forthcoming series on its television channel about excavating war graves