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Author Philip Briggs explores these ancient stone circles, each one reminiscent of a miniature Stonehenge, which form one of Africa’s most enigmatic and intriguing archaeological relicts.
Bunce Island is arguably the single most important former slave site for African Americans. Katrina Manson and James Knight explain why.
Montenegro is both a dream and a source of nightmare for the archaeologist.
From Stone Age rock art and fossils, to lunch aboard a replica galleon, the Limski kanal is a true Poreč highlight.
Diana Darke tells the curious story behind Tomb No 77.
Africa’s answer to the Loch Ness Monster, the possibility of a primeval beast wandering the Congos is a debate that has existed for centuries.
Author Alexander Stewart discusses of one of South America’s most puzzling mysteries.
Salona is a haven for anyone with a keen eye for archaeology, writes Piers Letcher.
The world’s oldest road is immersed in religious significance.
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