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AS part of work to build a new PS25m hospital in Berwick, archaeological digs are set to start on site next week.
Conditional phase 2: Preventive archaeological dig on the whole stratification in sector 3 (approximately 2700 m2)
Edgewick Primary |School pupils at their archaeological dig
A seven-day archaeological dig by Tees Archaeology will take place from May 12 next year and will be open to all.
SIDON, Lebanon: Sidon is set to have its own national museum on site a leading archaeological dig, with donors and developers ready to sign a contract for its construction Monday.
But it would not have been as exciting if it was a normal archaeological dig, where archaeologists are used to finding skeletons.
There was that huge hole in the ground for so long; there was an archaeological dig, but no one kept a record of where the gas pipes and water pipes went?
AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL dig near Venice has unearthed the 16th-century remains of a woman with a brick stuck between her jaws - evidence, experts say, that she was believed to be a vampire.
The site is now being sealed off for the next few months as a full archaeological dig is expected to take place.
Sarah Pickin, 23, found it on an archaeological dig at Finland's Kierikki Centre.
Never too late: The oldest fossilized remains of a child -- more than 3 million years old -- were reported this past week after their discovery in an archaeological dig in Ethiopia.
When Rob encounters a hippie-looking group, he hears about an archaeological dig, and a job as a documenting illustrator.

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