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A statue near a gravestone was stolen in Uxbridge

Statue on the far right stolen

Uxbridge Police


‘Massive’ monument found in ancient Petra

An overhead image of the new monument at Petra photographed from a drone, and a detail overlay of the surface features in which the image is rotated 90 degrees clockwise.

An overhead image of the new monument at Petra photographed from a drone, and a detail overlay of the surface features in which the image is rotated 90 degrees clockwise.


A 7-year-old Israeli boy is being hailed after finding a piece of history during a day trip to an archeological site

Ori Greenhut, 7, shows off the statue he found while on a outing with friends.

Ori Greenhut, 7, shows off the statue he found while on a outing with friends.


Lost deep in the marshlands of eastern England, in a clay quarry not far from a frozen french fry factory, the Must Farm site is yielding secrets from 3,000 years ago

Scientists are excavating the best-preserved Bronze Age village ever found in the UK, located in the marshlands of eastern Britain, at a site dubbed Must Farm. Pictured is a replica of a Bronze Age house that shares similarities with two ancient dwellings at the site, which stood on stilts.


Recent archaeological discoveries and biblical scholarship prove not only Jesus’ existence but that biblical accounts of his life and death are more accurate than secular scholars have led people to believe

Jesus stained glass at St John the Baptist's Anglican Church, Ashfield, New South Wales