Redevelopment works of Brighton Dome Corn Exchange, United Kingdom, have lead to discovery of personal letters and belongings dating to the First World War.
An inscription dating to the the reign of King Aditya Chola I (c. 871-c. 911 AD) was found in Sri Arunachaleswarar temple, Tamil Nandu, India.
Estimated to be 1000 years old burial urns called mudhumakkal mhazhi, pieces of bones and a structure resembling ground water well were found in Thillaiyadi neighbourhood of Tharangambadi town, Tamil Nadu, India.
Archaeologists in Narmeta village of Nangunuru mandal, India’s Telangana state, discovered and lifted what is believed to be the largest capstone of a menhir structure ever found.
An epigrapher deciphered ancient script that was engraved in stone between the inner and outer arches of the Bhadra citadel, Ahmedabad, India. The script talks about an unusual event in history during the Mughal Empire rule.
Ancient script found on 5th-century-BC artefacts found by archaeologists at Periya Thadagam, Tamil Nadu State, South India.