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Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm is the modern name of the temple at Angkor, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia, built in the Bayon style largely in the late 12th and early 13th centuries and originally called Rajavihara. Located approximately one kilometre east of Angkor Tho ...

Ta Prohm Kel

Ta Prohm Kel is a small ruined sandstone monument in Angkor archaeological park, Siem Reap province, Cambodia. TA Prohm Kel was one of the 102 hospital chapels, some of which were already in existence, on the orders of king Jayavarman VII over th ...

The Royal Palace, Angkor Thom

The Royal Palace was first built by king Suryavarman I and used continuously from the 11th to the late 16th century AD. During that period, the area was transformed and restored several times. Recent excavations have revealed many remains, such a ...

Thma Bay Kaek

Thma Bay Kaek is located at Angkor in Cambodia. It consists of the ruins of a square brick tower facing east and is preceded by a laterite terrace. This is all that remains of this temple which must be one of many that originally surrounded the B ...

Thommanon

Thommanon is one of a pair of Hindu temples built during the reign of Suryavarman II at Angkor, Cambodia. This small and elegant temple is east of the Gate of Victory of Angkor Thom and north of Chau Say Tevoda. It is part of the UNESCO World Her ...

West Mebon

The West Mebon is a temple at Angkor, Cambodia, located in the center of the West Baray, the largest reservoir of the Angkor area. The temples date of construction is not known, but evidence suggests the 11th Century during the reign of King Sury ...

Kong Svends Hoj

Kong Svends Hoj is a passage grave on the island of Lolland in Denmark, immediately north of Pederstrup. The chamber in the mound is 12.5 metres long and it is one of Denmarks largest and most famous passage graves.

Bejsebakke

Bejsebakke or Sorthoj is a locality in Ansgar Parish, Fleskum Herred, Aalborg Municipality, Denmark where traces of prehistoric settlements from both the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age were found. The area have been archaeologically excavated ...

Aurignac

Aurignac is a commune in the Haute-Garonne department in southwestern France on the edge of the Pyrenees. It was the seat of the former canton of Aurignac, which was composed of 19 communes. It is part of the ancient region known as the Comminges.

Combe Grenal

Combe Grenal, also known as Combe-Grenal, is an archeological site consisting of a collapsed cave and a slope deposit near Domme, Dordogne in Dordogne, France. It dates back to c. 130.000 to 50.000 Before Present. First described by françois Joua ...

Fontbregoua Cave

Fontbregoua Cave is an archaeological site located in Provence, Southeastern France. It was used by humans in the fifth and fourth millennia BCE, in what is now known as the Early and Middle Neolithic. A temporary residential site, it was used by ...

Peyre-Brune

The dolmen Peyre-Brune is situated next to a forest track leading from Seyssac, a little hamlet in the commune of Saint-Aquilin, to Segonzac. The dolmen appears about a mile after Seyssac on the right hand side of the track. Its name is derived f ...

Archeological site of Alba-la-Romaine

The archaeological site of Alba-la-Romaine, corresponding to the Gallo-Roman city of Alba Augusta Helviorum or Alba Helviorum is located near the present town of Alba-la-Romaine. The site is in the French department of Ardeche, Rhone-Alpes. Durin ...

Niederbieber (Palaeolithic site)

The archaeological site Niederbieber is an important representative of the Federmesser culture. Dating to the end of the Pleistocene, the site is one of the most extensively excavated archaeological sites dating to the late Upper Palaeolithic. Fi ...

Emilianus-Stollen

The Emilianstollen is part of a Roman copper mine on the escarpment of the Saargau in the St. Barbara district of Wallerfangen in Saarland, Germany. The entrance is about 150 metres 490 ft from the main road. Ancient tunnel carved the stone inscr ...

Navalia

Navalia is a town that was mentioned by Claudius Ptolemaeus in his Geographia. The town has recently been associated with Essen. The name translates from Latin as "dock" or "wharf", but this may be coincidental. Although Ptolemy gives the coordin ...

Vicus Wareswald

The Gallo-Roman vicus of Wareswald is located in the Wareswald Wood in northern Saarland, within the towns of Oberthal, Marpingen, and Tholey. Since 2001 excavations have been conducted with the aim of revealing the appearance, structure, and chr ...

Mound of the Hostages

The Mound of the Hostages is an ancient passage tomb located in the Tara-Skryne Valley in County Meath, Leinster, Ireland. The mound is a Neolithic structure, built between 3350 and 2800 BC era. It has a round shape, about fifteen meters in diame ...

Ross Island, Killarney

Ross Island is a claw-shaped peninsula in Killarney National Park, County Kerry. Copper extraction on the site is believed to be the source of the earliest known Irish Pre-Bronze Age metalwork, namely copper axe heads, halberds and knife/dagger b ...

Tell Hadar

Tell Hadar is an archaeological site on the eastern coast of the Sea of Galilee. It contains a settlement and a port. A wall, 70 metres across, is either of the Late Bronze Age I or Iron I. In between periods of no human presence, it had grown, u ...

Salapia

Salapia is an ancient settlement and bishopric in Daunia, Italy near Cerignola and Manfredonia. The settlement was probably built for and named after the salt marsh - the ancient Lake Salpi is now Saline di Margherita di Savoia. Salapia is mentio ...

Grotta di Cocceio

The Grotta di Cocceio is an ancient Roman tunnel nearly a kilometre in length connecting Lake Avernus with Cumae and dating from 38-36 BC. It was burrowed through the tuff stone of Monte Grillo by the architect Lucius Cocceius Auctus at the comma ...

Palazzo a Mare

Palazzo a Mare is a well-preserved ancient Roman archaeological site on the north side of the island of Capri, consisting of an imperial palace built by Augustus and modified by Tiberius. It was one of the supposed 12 villas of Tiberius on the is ...

Posillipo

Posillipo is a residential quarter of Naples, southern Italy, located along the northern coast of the Gulf of Naples. From the 1st century BC, the Bay of Naples, witnessed the rise villas built by the Romans along the most beautiful points of the ...

Horaces Villa

Horaces Villa is a Roman archaeological complex near Licenza, Italy. The identification has been made possible because Horace wrote several poems about the place, and the location of the villa corresponds to the geographical indications in the po ...

San Vincenzo al Volturno

San Vincenzo al Volturno is a historic Benedictine monastery located in the territories of the Comunes of Castel San Vincenzo and Rocchetta a Volturno, in the Province of Isernia, near the source of the river Volturno in Italy. The current monast ...

Casteddu de Fanaris

The Casteddu de Fanaris is an important archaeological site located in the municipality of Decimoputzu, along the border with the town of Vallermosa, in the Province of South Sardinia. On the site, built in the late bronze age, 1300-1000 BC, is a ...

Giants grave of Coddu Vecchiu

Coddu Vecchiu is a Nuragic funerary monument located near Arzachena in northern Sardinia, dating from the Bronze Age. The site consists of a stele, stone megaliths and a gallery grave, and is one of the larger Nuragic Giants graves on the island. ...

Gremanu

The nuragic sanctuary of Gremanu is a sacred nuragic area located in the territory of Fonni, in the province of Nuoro. The site dates back to the late bronze age and located at more than 1000 m above sea level, consists of stone huts of the villa ...

Hypogeum of SantIroxi

The Hypogeum of SantIroxi is an archaeological site located near the town of Decimoputzu in the province of South Sardinia. On the website of Domus de Janas, discovered in 1987, dates back to 3000 BC during the late Neolithic period and was used ...

Megaron temple of Domu de Orgia

The megaron temple of Domu de Orgia is an important nuragic archaeological site located in the territory of Esterzili, in the Province of South Sardinia.

Monte Sirai

Monte Sirai is an archaeological site near Carbonia, in the province of South Sardinia, Sardinia, Italy. Its a settlement built at the top of a hill by the Phoenicians of Sulci. The history of studies in Monte Sirai has a very precise date: the f ...

Neapolis (Sardinia)

Neapolis meaning "New City", was an ancient city of Sardinia, and apparently one of the most considerable places on that island. It was situated on the west coast, at the southern extremity of the Gulf of Oristano, at the present-day località of ...

Necropolis of Anghelu Ruju

The necropolis of Anghelu Ruju is an archaeological site located in the town of Alghero, Province of Sassari, Sardinia. This is the largest necropolis of pre-Nuragic Sardinia. The necropolis was accidentally discovered in 1903 during excavations ...

Necropolis of Li Muri

The necropolis of Li Muri is an archaeological site located in the municipality of Arzachena, Sardinia. The necropolis, belonging to Arzachena culture and dated to the second half of the IV Millennium BC, It consists of five stone cists, four of ...

Necropolis of Montessu

The necropolis of Montessu is an archaeological site located in the municipality of Villaperuccio, Sardinia. The cemetery is located on the southern slopes of the hill Sa Pranedda, a few kilometers North of Villaperuccio. The hotel is situated in ...

Necropolis of SantAndrea Priu

The necropolis of SantAndrea Priu is an archaeological site located on the south side of the fertile plain of Saint Lucia, in the municipality of Bonorva, Sardinia. The complex, one of the most important of the island, is composed of twenty domus ...

Necropolis of Santu Pedru

The necropolis of Santu Pedru is an archaeological site of the municipality of Alghero, Sardinia. Located near the road to URI, the burial ground consists of 10 Domus de Janas. Dates back to pre-Nuragic period of the third Millennium BC, the buri ...

Necropolis of Sas Concas

The necropolis of Sas Concas is a prehistoric archaeological site located in the municipality of Oniferi, in the province of Nuoro, Sardinia. The complex consists of twenty Domus de Janas dug in the trachyte and third-Abealzu-Filigosa Millennium ...

Necropolis of Su Crucifissu Mannu

The necropolis of Su Crucifissu Mannu is an archaeological site located in the municipality of Porto Torres, Sardinia. The necropolis includes at least twenty-two Domus de Janas, are all made in the period between the Neolithic of the IV Millenni ...

Nuraghe Antigori

The Nuraghe Antigori is a nuragic complex dating back to the second millennium BC. Its located in the municipality of Sarroch, in the Metropolitan City of Cagliari. The website was built on a rocky hill called Antigori where there are remains of ...

Nuraghe Fenu

Nuraghe Fenu is a nuraghe located in the municipality of Pabillonis in Sardinia. It was constructed in the mid-Bronze Age and it covers an area of 2000 m 2. Vittorio Angius, a 19th-century historian, described it as one of the biggest nuraghi of ...

Nuraghe La Prisgiona

The Nuraghe La Prisgiona is a nuragic archaeological site, located in the Capichera valley in the municipality of Arzachena Costa Smeralda in the north of Sardinia. It consists of a nuraghe and a village comprising around 90-100 buildings, spread ...

Nuraghe Santu Sciori

The nuraghe Santu Sciori is a nuraghe located in the municipality of Pabillonis in Sardinia. This was done in the middle bronze age, 1600-1300 BC and covers an area of 2.400 square meters. The skeletal remains were discovered near the site indica ...

Nuragic complex of SArcu e Is Forros

The site has lived two main constructive moments: the first included in the Middle Bronze Age and the second in the transition period between the Bronze Age and the first Iron Age. The complex consists of the temple of Megaron, with a length of a ...

Nuragic complex of sa Sedda e sos Carros

The Nuragic complex of sa Sedda e sos Carros is an archaeological site located in the territory of Oliena, in the Lanaittu Valley, in the province of Nuoro. The name in Sardinian language means "passing cars". The website, which has numerous huts ...

Nuragic complex of Serra Orrios

The site, dating from the 2nd millennium BC, is a sanctuary village, one of the best conserved of the Nuragic Sardinia, consisting of a hundred or so of circular huts, simple or even complex and clustered in isolation, and two sacred areas surrou ...

Nuragic sanctuary of Santa Vittoria

The Nuragic Sanctuary of Santa Vittoria is an archaeological site located in the municipality of Serri, Sardinia. The name refers to the Romanesque church, located a few meters from the Nuragic temple, built on a Roman worship site.

Su Romanzesu

Su Romanzesu is an archaeological site that is located near Bitti, in the province of Nuoro, Sardinia. It consists of the bronze age nuraghic village of more than seven hectares, which includes the Holy, a hundred huts, temples, a Megaron-temple ...

Colonne di San Basilio

The Colonne di San Basilio are an ancient Greek structure, which take their name from the mountain of San Basilio where they are located, in the territory of Lentini.