Human remains dating to 1000 BC were found by researchers in the recently discovered chamber tombs by the Godvari river in the area between Tadwai to Bhadrachalam, East India.
Excavation at the Kori and Heka ruins in Ibaraki, Osaka Prefecture, Japan, unearthed about 140 tombs in type called “hokei shukobo“, consisting of rectangular burial mounds.
A fragment of pottery, with Kamegoaka style characteristics, common in north-eastern Japan 3000 years ago was found in Chatan, central part of Okinawa Island.
Workers removing silt and weeds at Hosakerehalli Lake, Bangalore, India, discovered a stone structure that turned out to be remains of a “mandapa”, a pillared outdoor hall. The find is believed to be 400 years old.
Artefacts dating back to the Iron Age Kingdom of Urartu were found near the village of Hatsarat, East Armenia. Experts believe that most of the objects originated in 7th century BC.
A brick tomb dating to the Song Dynasty period (960-1279 AD) was discovered at a construction site in Chongdu, Sichuan province, China. Numerous artefacts were found during the following excavations.
A team of archaeologists and historians identified a 600-year-old brick temple in Kothur in the outskirts of Vijayawada city, Andhra Pradesh, South India. It was built in 1400 AD by Kumaragiri Reddy of Kondavedu dynasty.
Large amount of carbonized wheat grains were found at the site of Haojing, Shaanxi province, north-west China. The find, being 2800 years old, was made in the site that was the capital of the Western Zhou Dynasty (11th century-771 BC).
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Discovery of inscriptions in Kannada language in the Pranaveswara temple in Shivamogga district of Karnataka state, South India, push the origin of the language further back. The epigraphic finds are dated from 450 AD to 350-370 AD.
Archaeologists revealed a large portion of findings from a tomb of an imperial concubine in Duolun county, Inner Mongolia autonomous region. The finds date to the Liao Dynasty period (916-1125 AD).
Two ancient tombs were revealed by construction works at a site in Baiyangmiao village, Sichuan province, China. The tombs date to the Ming Dynasty period (1368–1644).
An ancient statue of Buddha emerged from the waters of the Hongmen Reservoir, in the city of Fuzhou, Nancheng County, East China. The statue dates to the period of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
In the past year nine antique objects were reported stolen from heritage sites in India, including statues and an iron cannon.
A join Indian and Chinese archaeological team conducting excavations at Kollam Port, second largest port in Karela, India, discovered numerous various relics, including coins, metal objects, and vessel fragments.
Construction site workers in Jalan Khoo Yeang, Kuching in Malaysia, discovered ancient Chinese relics, which are said to be 200 years old.
Archaeologists found that hunter-gatherers might have lived permanently in the Tibetan Plateau at least 7400 years ago. This is nearly 4000 years earlier than researchers previously thought.
Remains of a giant temple gate were found in Padmakshi temple in Hanamkonda, central India. These are the remains of a fourth gate, known as thoranam found at the Inavolu Mallikarjuna Swamy temple.
Archaeologists surveyed the area of the Nila river basin, discovering monumental stone structures near Thavanur village, south-west India. One of the structures has a form of a stone cap put atop of a larger stone, possibly marking a grave at a burial site.
Villagers in Xingan county, Jiangxi province, south-east China dug up over 500 kg of 18th century Qing dynasty (1644–1912) coins at the Gan river. Police was needed to secure the area of the riverbank where the illegal dig was conducted.