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  • La Societe Guernesiaise lecture entitled Excavations at the Nunnery Alderney 2008, by Dr Jason Monaghan, at the Frossard Theatre, Candie, 8pm.

    This Is Guernsey

  • Excavations have revealed an impressive city with stunning royal reliefs.

    Alexander the Great

  • Excavations quickly revealed human burials, at least 500 in all, beneath the chapel floor and in the churchyard.

    Theorized Reconstruction of a 17th Century Jesuit Church in America

  • Excavations were begun in the area of what would turn out to be the city of Cahokia in the early twentieth century, with a combination of some lucky guesses for sites, and with the great revolution to map America with highways, crucial archeological digs were discovered.

    “Cahokia: Ancient America’s Great City on the Mississippi” by Timothy R. Pauketat (Viking, 2009) « The BookBanter Blog

  • Excavations are underway, and already a massive amount of broken pottery, the leftovers from the ritual meals after animal sacrifice and the bones of animals kosher only have been found.

    Traveling in the West Bank (Part 1)

  • Excavations here have revealed spectacular royal tombs of the Macedonian kings, including the burial place of Philip.

    Alexander the Great

  • Such objects that pierce the present with the past, or touch Spencer with the evidence of power, are littered throughout his poems like pottery fragments in an archaeological dig, reminding him, as he writes in "Greek Excavations", of "the great key of a skill; / The life the generals and the bankers cheat."

    Complete Poetry, Translations and Selected Prose by Bernard Spencer – review

  • "Scattered Evidence: Excavating Antioch-on-the-Orontes" Excavations during the 1930s brought to light the ancient city of Antioch (modern Antakya, Turkey).

    A sampling from area museum exhibits

  • Excavations in Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and of course the dazzling discoveries from the royal Macedonian tombs at Vergina in northern Greece have brought to life the world of Alexander like nothing else.

    Alexander the Great

  • The extremes of the immorality of the Canaanites are illustrated not only by their sexual perversity, but also by their sacrifice of children.9 Excavations have revealed that children from three to twelve months old were burned on altars.

    Modern Science in the Bible

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