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Cambridge University’s Archaeological Unit finds 7th-century teen buried in her bed

LONDON (AP).- Archaeologists excavating near Cambridge have stumbled upon a rare and mysterious find: The skeleton of a 7th-century teenager buried in an ornamental bed along with a gold-and-garnet cross, an iron knife and a purse full of glass beads....

Prince of Wales introduces Duchess of Cambridge to the work of...

LONDON.- The Prince of Wales, President of The Prince's Foundation for Children & the Arts, accompanied by The Duchess of Cornwall, introduced The Duchess of Cambridge to the work of his educational Charity at a special project visit today. Their Royal...

The Dress that Caught the Prince’s Eye Goes on View to...

LONDON.- As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embark on their first royal visit as a married couple to Canada and the United States in July, the dress that sparked their romance goes on view at the American Museum in Britain in Bath. By catching the e...

Exhibition "Queen Margrethe II of Denmark and Archaeology" at National Museum...

COPENHAGEN.- The Danish queen Margrethe II is not only a queen, she is also passionately interested in the past and archaeology. Life-size photographs and the queen’s voice guide visitors through the exhibition. The queen has been on archaeologica...

Sidney Nolan’s Antarctic Paintings on Display at the Polar Museum in...

CAMBRIDGE.- Striking paintings by Sir Sidney Nolan are being shown at a new exhibition in Cambridge. The special exhibition at the Polar Museum at the Scott Polar Research Institute runs from 30 September to 18 December 2010. Only a few of Nolan’s...

Sidney Nolan’s Antarctic Paintings on Display at the Polar Museum in...

CAMBRIDGE.- Striking paintings by Sir Sidney Nolan are being shown at a new exhibition in Cambridge. The special exhibition at the Polar Museum at the Scott Polar Research Institute runs from 30 September to 18 December 2010. Only a few of Nolan’s...

Three New Space-Filling Installations by David Claerbout on View in Munich

MUNICH.- Time is the central theme in the oeuvre of the Belgian David Claerbout, who is among the best-known video artists of his generation. In the past few years in particular, major solo exhibitions of his work have been held in Europe (Centre Georg...

Scientists Now Say Prehistoric Man Enjoyed 3D Cinema Too

VIENNA.- As far back as the Copper Age our ancestors viewed "films" in an open air cinema setting - and, moreover, in 3D with surround sound. This conclusion arises from the discovery of sites containing prehistoric rock engravings, wh...

Scientists Say Prehistoric Man Enjoyed 3D Cinema Too

VIENNA.- As far back as the Copper Age our ancestors viewed "films" in an open air cinema setting - and, moreover, in 3D with surround sound. This conclusion arises from the discovery of sites containing prehistoric rock engravings, which provided an a...

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