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Mexican Archaeologists Find Probable Prehispanic Maya Cemetery in Tabasco

MEXICO CITY.- In the surroundings of Comalcalco Archaeological Zone, Tabasco, the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) found 116 burials that are more than 1,000 years old; 66 of them were deposited in funerary urns while the other 50 ...

Mexico Finds Possible US Remains from 1846-48 War

By: Mark Stevenson, Associated Press MEXICO CITY (AP).- Archaeologists said Thursday they have found 10 sets of skeletal remains that may belong to U.S. soldiers who died during a battle in the 1846-48 Mexican-American war. The government experts said...

Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Solos at The Parasol unit Foundation

London - On June 8, Parasol unit foundation will preview a solo exhibition dedicated to the Polish artist Jakub Julian Ziolkowski. Ziolkowski’s paintings are a wild hallucinatory journey into his strange and often frightening universe. Skeletons b...

The Didrichsen Art Museum Shows Hugo Simberg’s ‘Viipuri Bay’ Paintings

Helsinki.Finland - The Didrichsen Art Museum presents "Hugo Simberg & Niemi Ferry" until the 28th of August. Hugo Simberg spent nearly all the summers of his life at Niemenlautta, the family estate on the north-western coast of Viipuri Bay. So g...

Bodies Found from London’s Old Bedlam Hospital

By: Stefano Ambrogi LONDON (REUTERS).- Archaeologists have unearthed hundreds of skeletons at a 16th Century burial ground in the heart of the city that once served London's most notorious psychiatric hospital, the original "Bedlam." The bones are expe...

Bert Green Fine Art Presents Final Two Exhibitions in Current Location

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Bert Green Fine Art presents the fourth solo show by Clive Barker, an internationally known writer, film director, producer, and fine artist. His paintings and drawings are integral to his overall creative process, which includes ...

Bortolami Presents their Second Solo Exhibition with Michigan-Born Patrick Hill

NEW YORK, NY.- Bortolami presents their second solo exhibition with Patrick Hill. Working primarily in sculpture, Hill has implemented large wood beams as structural footing for cement, glass, metal, marble, fabric, and dye. For the first time, Hill i...

Las Vegas’ Neon Boneyard Highlights Glitzy Past

By: Cristina Silva, Associated Press LAS VEGAS, NV (AP).- The stack of giant neon letters just beyond the gates of the Neon Boneyard in Las Vegas are unlit. Flecks of turquoise, ruby and jade paint chips dot the gravel field. There are rusted metal bea...

Archaeo-zoology Studies Say Canidae Were Bred in Teotihuacan with Ritual Purposes

MEXICO CITY.- Archaeo-zoology studies applied to skeletons of canidae found in burials at the Moon Pyramid and the Quetzalcoatl Temple revealed they practiced hybridization between dogs and wolves. Parting from archaeo-zoology studies applied to canida...

Archaeo-zoology Studies Say Canidae Were Bred in Teotihuacan with Ritual Purposes

MEXICO CITY.- Archaeo-zoology studies applied to skeletons of canidae found in burials at the Moon Pyramid and the Quetzalcoatl Temple revealed they practiced hybridization between dogs and wolves. Parting from archaeo-zoology studies applied to canida...

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