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Tour the Idaho National Laboratory, A Place that is a National...

IDAHO FALLS (AP).- The Idaho National Laboratory, one of the nation's first nuclear research labs, was built deep in a vast desert for a reason. Its founders wanted isolation as they experimented with the new technology of splitting atoms. Sixty years...

Egyptian Princess, Who Lived More than 3,500 Years Ago, was First...

LONDON (AP).- An Egyptian princess who lived more than 3,500 years ago is the oldest known person to have had clogged arteries, dispelling the myth that heart disease is a product of modern society, a new study says. To determine how common heart disea...

Mexican Artist Hands Over Aztatlan Archaeological Pieces to Mexican Government

MEXICO CITY.- A collection of almost 300 archaeological pieces dated between 200 and 1350 AD, considered one of the most important collections of Aztatlan Culture, developed in the lowlands of Nayarit, was received by the National Institute of Anthropo...

Mexican Artist Hands Over Aztatlan Archaeological Pieces to Mexican Government

MEXICO CITY.- A collection of almost 300 archaeological pieces dated between 200 and 1350 AD, considered one of the most important collections of Aztatlan Culture, developed in the lowlands of Nayarit, was received by the National Institute of Anthropo...

100 Years of Archaeological Research at Xochicalco Commemorated in Exhibition

MEXICO CITY.- Three life-sized Prehispanic sculptures found in fragments almost 20 years ago at Xochicalco Archaeological Zone, Morelos, are exhibited in public for the first time at Cuauhnahuac Regional Museum, after having been reassembled and restor...

Power Structure at El Tajin Revealed: City was Not Governed by...

MEXICO CITY.- New hypotheses about the last stage and government of El Tajin civilization point out to a rule that was not exclusive of one person but of several, as announced in a conference series organized by the National Institute of Anthropology a...

Study Says Use of Fire Relatively Recent in Europe

WASHINGTON (AP).- A new study is raising questions about when ancient human ancestors in Europe learned to control fire, one of the most important steps on the long path to civilization. A review of 141 archaeological sites across Europe shows habitual...

De Nieuwe Kerk Presents Highlights from Renowned Collections of Islamic Art

AMSTERDAM.- De Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam presents highlights from one of the world’s most renowned collections of Islamic art. Passion for Perfection will include some 500 objects from the collection of Professor Nasser D. Khalili. On view through ...

De Nieuwe Kerk Presents Highlights from One of the World’s Most...

AMSTERDAM.- De Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam presents highlights from one of the world’s most renowned collections of Islamic art. Passion for Perfection will include some 500 objects from the collection of Professor Nasser D. Khalili. On view through ...

Eloquent Presentation of New Work by the Renowned Belgian Painter Luc...

NEW YORK, NY.- Luc Tuymans (b.1958, Belgium) has changed the course of contemporary art, influencing an entire generation of figurative painters with his cryptic imagery and muted palette. Produced in close collaboration with the artist, LUC TUYMANS: I...

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