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Kept under armed guard in the Jewel House at the Tower of London, the “crown jewels” have been pompous symbols of the British monarch that reached today as the living witnesses of the coronation ceremonies over the centuries. The Imperial State Crown The crown was commissioned for king George VI’s coronation in 1937. Used for
Aclay statuette of a female figure dating back 7,800 years was unearthed during the Ulucak Mound excavation in the Kemalpaşa district of the western province of Izmir. Professor Özlem Çevik from the Department of Protohistory and Pre-Asian Archeology at Trakya University’s Faculty of Letters, who is leading the excavations in Ulucak, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that
Tools excavated from a cave in central Mexico are strong evidence that humans were living in North America at least 30,000 years ago, some 15,000 years earlier than previously thought, scientists said Wednesday. Artifacts, including 1,900 stone tools, showed human occupation of the high-altitude Chiquihuite Cave over a roughly 20,000 year period, they reported in