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# Archaeology

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Fancy yourself as a bit of an Indiana Jones? Now you can experience what he did on his day job
Centuries-old statue that guarded a hospital unearthed in ancient Cambodian temple
Main Lusitania telegraph finally recovered from Cork seabed
New sonar searches for Spanish Armada wreckage to take place in Co Sligo
Mummies and 1,000 statues found in search of 3,500-year-old tomb
This man has your childhood dream job: Neil the archaeologist
Cave where priceless Dead Sea Scrolls were kept discovered in Judean desert
These bird's-eye views of Newgrange from above are jaw-dropping
Major megalithic art find at Hellfire Club passage tomb
Watch: Archaeologists explore an ancient tomb beside the Hellfire Club
Volunteers are reclaiming this motte and bailey after decades of neglect and bonfires
Someone has just worked out what the Irish ate for breakfast over 2,000 years ago
Four medieval skeletons have been found in Kilkenny
Bones of victims of 6,000 year old massacre discovered in France
This bear bone discovery in Sligo could re-write Irish history
Here's what it takes to remake a mysterious Iron Age vessel by hand in 2015
New species of human discovered in South African cave
Stonehenge researchers discover 'one of the largest stone monuments in Europe'
A Nazi train filled with gold has almost certainly been found buried in Poland
The oldest 'modern' hand in the world has been discovered
Why we should support the Heritage Council for another 20 years
Neil Jackman
"A place of sacrifice": Tour the stone circle that freaked out a 1930s psychic
Step from Ireland's pre-Famine past to life in the New World in the Sperrins
A digger driver has stumbled across a thousand-year-old tunnel in Kerry
A Spanish Armada cannonball just showed up on an Irish beach
Archaeologists are leaving the field because of poor pay
Archaeology has had an amazing month: Here are 7 of the most exciting discoveries
See the house built by Clonmel schoolmasters to show off their love of history
(Saint) Patrick - The Bits They Left Out
Did you ever climb 121 steps up through Irish history? You should
This dramatic Derry clifftop estate was a magnet for high society
Ever heard of Darby's Bed? Diarmuid and Gráinne 'slept' here...
The cave where western humans got it on for the first time...
It seems that the Celtic Tiger was good for something...
Ancient Waterford site reveals Vikings moved from raiding to trading
Do you know anything about Ireland's secret War of Independence caves?
No evidence of graves found at new Children's Hospital site
Heritage Ireland: A born fighter, bloody battles and the castle at the heart of it
Heritage Ireland: The church at the crossroads of Dublin's ancient past
Here's the ancient bog body discovered in Co Meath