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explorator 26.15 July 30, 2023
You can read explorator online at:

Thanks to Arthur Shippee, Dave Sowdon, Edward Rockstein, Kurt Theis,
John McMahon, Barnea Selavan, Joseph Lauer, Mike Ruggeri, Hernan Astudillo,
Richard Campbell, Barbara Saylor Rodgers, Bob Heuman, David Critchley,
Richard Miller, Kris Curry, Rick Heli, Richard C. Griffiths, Frank MacKay, Caroline Tully,
Don Buck, mata kimasitayo, and Ross W. Sargent for headses upses this week
(as always hoping I have left no one out).

Excavations at the Yuanmou Man homo erectus site have resumed:

A follow-up dig at a cave in Iran where Neanderthal evidence was found:

Arguing against the idea that homo floresiensis used fire:

More on the Hula Valley site where early humans obtained flint some 750 000 years bp:

More on 300 000 years bp evidence of 'woodworking' from Shoningen:

More on homo naledi purportedly intentionally burying their dead:

The tombs of three celebrated 17th/18th century rabbis were found in Morocco:

More on xray/chemical imaging of Egyptian tomb paintings:

A survey suggests the Viranshahr site (Iran) was occupied during the Parthian and Sassanian eras:

Feature on Enheduana's poetry:

Feature on 'heartbreak' in ancient Mesopotamia:

An 8000 years bp 'number stone' from Yesilova Hoyuk near Izmir:

Excavations in Istanbul's Bathonea site have revealed remnants of two ancient harbours and a lighthouse:

Recent finds are sparking new excavations at Turkiye's Zerzevan Castle site:

125+ Roman-era burials from Gaza:

The Ramtha Antiquities office has taken responsibility for the Tell Al Rumayth site:

A study of the fire in Jerusalem in 586 BCE:

A coin associated with the Jewish Revolt (66/67 CE) from a cave in Israel:

Evidence of the Roman destruction of Jerusalem from the Jerusalem Walls National Park:

More on the analysis of the Crusader-era sword found off the coast of Israel a while ago:

More on the latest mosaic finds from Huqoq:

More on the 'witches' cave' at Teomim:

Feature on what happened to Jerusalem's Temple treasures:

Israel stepped in on construction purportedly being done at the Tel Aroma site (Area B):

A study of the 4000 yeers bp towers that are scattered around Oman:

Islamic-era finds from excavations at Makkah's Dhi Al-Majaz market site:

Feature on AlUla's standing stone circles:

This Week in the Ancient Near East Podcast:

A Neolithic clay female (?) figurine from a cave in Lazio:

Bronze Age structures from western Romania:

A Thracian horseman votive relief from Bulgaria (date?):

A Punic-era burial ground from Zawiya (really vague):

An Etruscan ditch full of ceramics from Populonia (Italian):

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