archaeologists

Centuries old skeleton found on Steenweg in Waardenburg, 6 Feb 2017
Feb 7 '17 15:45

Two skeletons were found on Steenweg in the Gelderland town of Waardenburg during excavation work for a bicycle path, community officer Jolanda Donkers confirmed to the Gelderlander. Based on other objects found in the ground, archeologists estimate the skeletons to be between 1,000 and 2,000 years old, according to the newspaper.

The skeletons were found on Monday. The archeologists believe that a third skeleton may be buried deeper down, they are doing further investigation on Steenweg.

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Mar 16 '16 13:08

Next week archaeologists will start digging at a parking lot in Leidschendam. They believe that a 5 thousand year old settlement - a settlement from the Stone Age - is hidden beneath this parking lot

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Aug 28 '15 11:39

A team of 55 Dutch scientists has returned to the inhabited world after a 10 day long expedition on Edgeøya, an island east of Sptisbergen. According to the organizers, the expedition was a great success, despite polar bears sometimes making their work difficult to impossible.

Mar 11 '14 13:49

Archaeological finds collected over 25 years by Leiden University researchers in Syria may have been plundered, the University announces.

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