There's a decades-long experimental archeology project in France to build a 13th century castle with period tools. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gu%…
There is a field of study that focuses on 'primate archeology'. This field believes that certain primates have entered their own stone age. bbc.com/earth/story/20150…
There are over 30 sub-disciplines of Archeology greatarchaeology.com/Disc…
Not all vampires were staked through the heart, some were staked through the leg to prevent them from rising from their coffins [post from /r/archeology] ibtimes.co.uk/5000-year-o…
In 1800s, a French woman dressed like a man in order to not part from her husband who was going to war, and then continued to do so to fit into a man's world, well into her successful archeology career en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan…
The oldest bar in the world is in Ireland. Archeological records have found that the walls of Sean’s Bar have been around, and serving, since 900 AD. Further, there are records of every owner of the pub back to its 10th century founding. It opened over 1100 years ago. bucketlistbars.com/news-a…
There is archeological evidence that humans used implants to replace missing teeth for thousands of years. In China with have carved bamboo pegs, Egypt have similarly shaped pegs and Mayans with sea shells. Bone growth around the implants, indicates that they were functional as well as esthetic. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Den…
Archeological evidence suggests the evolution of the human hand is attributed to prehistoric man's quest to obtain marrow from bones. phys.org/news/2018-07-bon…
The world's highest archeological site is Mount Llullaillaco in South America - 22,109 feet above sea level, and the location of the mummified bodies of children from Incan sacrifices worldatlas.com/articles/w…
Today I learned about Monteverde, an archeological site in Chile with the oldest known evidence of Americans, predating and contradicting the "Clovis First" theory. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mon…
There's no archeological evidence of ancient Jews being enslaved by, and later escaping, Egyptian rule. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/His…
There are people who specialize in archeological digs related to outhouses and privies washingtontimes.com/news/…
Early Judaism in the Levant had elements of polytheism. Wherein there's archeological findings of YAHWE having a wife. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ash…
Today I learned of a Bronze Age archeological site along the Tollense River in northern Germany that suggests a massive battle around 1250 BCE bbc.com/news/science-envi…
The most recent known group of prehistoric humans, which aren't anatomically identical to us, are from an archeological site estimated to be only 11500-14500 years old. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red…
Today I learned that United States military forces are responsible for extensive and irreparable damage to the Babylon archeological record in order to build a military base. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bab…
Today I learned of an archeological dig site in Turkey where pillars of stones were erected in a possible sanctuary. Oh it was built when humans weren't yet farming and still hunting and gathering; predating civilization. mag.newsweek.com/2010/02/…
Beer is more than 10.000 years old and archeologists found beer brewing containers in Gobeklitepe, an 11.000 years old archeological site. livescience.com/25855-sto…
While many tales of the extinction of the Dodo bird as a result of mass killings by humans are reported, scant archeological evidence for that exists. Introduced dogs, pigs, cats and rats eating their eggs and competing with them for food is thought to be a more likely culprit for their loss. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dod…
Today I learned about a canyon in Utah that has hundreds of ancient Native American archeological sites, which have remained untouched since a few years ago.

Sorry if that came out to sound garbled. It's a video of Scientific American Frontiers where they go to a canyon in Utah to look at archeological sites of various Native American tribes. This site has been privately owned for a long time, and only now have people begun to explore and study it.

EDIT: I'm forgot the link. Link

In 1925 legendary British explorer Percy Fawcett ventured into the Amazon, vowing to make one of the most important archeological discoveries in history. He was searching for an ancient civilization, which he had named, the City of Z. unmuseum.org/fawcett.htm
Thomas Jefferson conducted the first modern archeological excavation, a century before the development of the science. monticello.org/site/resea…
King David established Jerusalem as Israel's capital over 3,000 years ago. When David took the throne, Egypt and Assyria were both on a significant decline. They were not in any position to expand and allowed Israel room to grow aish.com/jl/h/cc/48936837…
There is a region of Syria called the "Dead Cities" which consist of 700 abandoned towns and villages dating from the late Roman and Byzantine period. They preserve numerous buildings from that period, but are largely unexcavated due to bad roads. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dea…
The Aztecs permitted drinking but would kill people for getting drunk en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azt…
11,500+ year old man-made monolithic structures discovered in southeastern Turkey.Structures are dated thousands of years older than Egyptian Pyramids.Discoverer says it requires decent engineering skills to build such structures. (45 min, National Geographic documentary) youtube.com/watch?v=IDXTm…
Is it very possible that there are ancient civilizations buried beneath the polar ice caps. bibliotecapleyades.net/eg…
Archeologists and particle physicists fight over who gets to use bricks of ancient Roman lead! swordofscience.wordpress.…
The oldest representation of sex is 11,000 years old. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ain…

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