Archaeologist discovered an unbroken pottery vessel filled with a treasure of iron objects, hidden within an oven dating back to 10th century, in Bojná near Topoľčany, Slovakia.
The site of a Medieval fortress in Svätý Jur, outside Bratislava, Slovakia, was researched by archaeologists who uncovered artefacts of one of the most important Slavic castles in the region.
Archaeologists discovered traces of a Bronze Age dwelling in the Lúčna district in Detva, Central Slovakia.
An interior cooling system of a house, dated to 7th-9th century has been found by Slovak archaeologists during excavations at the al-Kusur settlement on the Failaka Island in the Persian Gulf (Kuwait). Archaeologists from the Archaeological Instituteof the Slovak Academy of Sciences studied and documented the largest inhabitable settlement building at the site.