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Archaeology Collection

"Unearthing the Mysteries of the Past: A Journey through Archaeology" Step into the world and discover captivating remnants from ancient civilizations

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Fresco Three Minoan Women Knossos

Fresco Three Minoan Women Knossos
Minoan Fresco of the Ladies in Blue depicts the women in the open blouse that was typical in the later Minoan Culture. The fresco fragments were discovered during the excavation of a Minoan site in

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France

Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
Stone-age cave paintings. Artwork depicting various animals painted on the wall of a cave. These paintings are found in the Chauvet Cave, France

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Cave of the hands, Argentina

Cave of the hands, Argentina
Olympus Digital Camera

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France

Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
Stone-age cave paintings. Artwork of horses painted on the wall of a cave. These paintings are found in the Chauvet Cave, France, the site of the earliest known cave paintings (as of 2011)

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Agua Volcano and Arco de Santa Catalina (Santa Catalina Arch) in Antigua Guatemala

Agua Volcano and Arco de Santa Catalina (Santa Catalina Arch) in Antigua Guatemala
Santa Catalins Arch or Arco de Santa Catalina is probably the most iconic place in Antigua Guatemala, it was was built in 1693 - 1694 to allow nuns to cross the street without being seen

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Photograph Of The Rosetta Stone

Photograph Of The Rosetta Stone
Photograph shows the Rosetta Stone, 1800s. The stone contains identical text in three languages, hieroglyphs, Egyptian, and ancient Greek

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Scotland, Orkney Islands, Skara Brae Prehistoric Village

Scotland, Orkney Islands, Skara Brae Prehistoric Village. Skara Brae, a stone-built Neolithic settlement, located on the Bay of Skaill on the west coast of Mainland Orkney

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Cleeve Hill 27646_030

Cleeve Hill 27646_030
Cleeve Hill camp, Gloucestershire. Iron Age hillfort on the edge of the Cotswold scarp. SO9825/75

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Angkor Wat Sunrise Cambodia

Angkor Wat Sunrise Cambodia
Monumental Angkor Wat Temple in early morning light after sunrise under beautiful cloudy sky. Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia, Asia

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Avebury / Stukeley Map

Avebury / Stukeley Map
A beautifully drawn overhead plan of the stone circles and embankment ditches at Avebury. Stukeleys accuracy is impressive, charting every stone, pasture and building

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stonehenge K021103

Stonehenge K021103
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. View from the North East at sunrise

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Peru, Machu Picchu, The lost city of the Inca

Peru, Machu Picchu, The lost city of the Inca

Background imageArchaeology Collection: The hollow head of the Sphinx, Egypt

The hollow head of the Sphinx, Egypt
Remarkable discoveries within the Sphinx: the temple within its hollow head. Professor G. A. Reisners interesting discoveries. A diagrammatic view of hidden temples and a stairway inside the Sphinx

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France

Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
Stone-age cave paintings. Artwork depicting various animals painted on the wall of a cave. These paintings are found in the Chauvet Cave, France

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stonehenge N071215

Stonehenge N071215
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. A floodlit view of Stonehenge. Late evening / dusk

Background imageArchaeology Collection: High angle view of a palace and a temple, Solomons Palace, Solomons Temple, Jerusalem

High angle view of a palace and a temple, Solomons Palace, Solomons Temple, Jerusalem
Archaeology - Jerusalem. Temple and Palace. Colour illustration

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Europe, Greece

Europe, Greece
Greece, Crete, Heraklion / Iraklion. Heraklion Archeological Museum. Bull Leaping Fresco (Toreador Fresco). Minoan wall painting from Knossos depicting a running bull and three acrobats performing

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Dead Sea scroll

Dead Sea scroll
Fragment of the Dead Sea scrolls on display at the Qumran museum, Dead Sea, Israel

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Trundholm Sun Chariot

Trundholm Sun Chariot
The Trundholm Sun Chariot is a late Nordic branze Age artifact discovered in Denmark that has been interpreted as a dispiction of the sun being pulled by a mare that may have relation to later Norse

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Knapped Flint Tools

Knapped Flint Tools
A selection of flint and bones tools from a range of prehistoric eras incl. microliths used in compound tools of the mesolithic to earlier scrapers and choppers

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Old Sarum K000139

Old Sarum K000139
OLD SARUM, Wiltshire. Aerial view

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stonehenge at sunrise N120064

Stonehenge at sunrise N120064
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. General view of Stonehenge at sunrise

Background imageArchaeology Collection: England, London, Battersea Power Station

England, London, Battersea Power Station
United Kingdom - England - Industrial Archeology. The Battersea Power Station in London

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Venus of Willendorf, Stone Age figurine

Venus of Willendorf, Stone Age figurine, rear view. Discovered in 1908 near Willendorf, Austria, this 11-centimetre-tall limestone figurine dates from around 23, 000 years ago

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France

Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
Stone-age cave paintings. Artwork depicting various animals painted on the wall of a cave. These paintings are found in the Chauvet Cave, France

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France

Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
Stone-age cave paintings. Artwork of fighting rhinoceroses painted on the wall of a cave. These paintings are found in the Chauvet Cave, France

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Llama FG 8898 Photographed at Machu Picchu, Peru. Lama glama © Francois Gohier / ARDEA LONDON

Llama FG 8898 Photographed at Machu Picchu, Peru. Lama glama © Francois Gohier / ARDEA LONDON
FG-8898 LLAMA At Machu Picchu, Inca site. Peru Lama glama Francois Gohier Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Uffington White Horse

Uffington White Horse
The famous White Horse of Uffington, Berkshire, probably the oldest example of such a figure, believed to ascribe the victory of Alfred over the Danes in 871 AD

Background imageArchaeology Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20109882

EyeUbiquitous_20109882
Greece, Crete, Knossos, Dolphin fresco in the Queens Megaron, Knossos Palace

Background imageArchaeology Collection: The Babylonian Map of the World, c. 510-c. 500 BC. Artist: Assyrian Art

The Babylonian Map of the World, c. 510-c. 500 BC. Artist: Assyrian Art
The Babylonian Map of the World, c. 510-c. 500 BC. Found in the collection of British Museum

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Sutton Hoo treasure

Sutton Hoo treasure
A double-page spread relating to the Anglo-Saxon ship burial ground discovered at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk. it was filled with many priceless treasures, a few of which are shown here

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Reconstruction of the Stone circles at Avebury, Wiltshire

Reconstruction of the Stone circles at Avebury, Wiltshire
Reconstruction (after J. Britton) of the Stone circles at Avebury, Wiltshire - The Great stone circle, it is said, was approached by two avenues of 200 stones each

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stirling Castle, Scotland, UK

Stirling Castle, Scotland, UK
Stirling castle. Cows grazing beside a corn field. Stirling castles position on top of steep crags made it easy to defend

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Brean Down J890031

Brean Down J890031
BREAN DOWN, Somerset. Reconstruction drawing of Bronze Age huts, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Twelve Angled Stone, Inca Stonework, Hatunrumiyoc Street, Cusco, Peru

Twelve Angled Stone, Inca Stonework, Hatunrumiyoc Street, Cusco, Peru

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Bronze Age

Bronze Age
Illustration of objects from a Bronze Age

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Vintage map of Magna Graecia

Vintage map of Magna Graecia, showing the settlements of the ancient greeks in Italy. Magna GrA|cia is the name of the coastal areas of Southern Italy on the Tarentine Gulf that was extensively

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stonehenge in snow N100786

Stonehenge in snow N100786
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. General view of Stonehenge in the snow

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stonehenge N130045

Stonehenge N130045
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. Aerial view

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Islamic carvings, Alhambra, Spain

Islamic carvings, Alhambra, Spain
Islamic carvings, Alhambra, Granada, Spain. These carvings are in the Hall of the two Sisters. Alhambra is a walled city and fortress

Background imageArchaeology Collection: The famous White Lady rock painting in Maack s

The famous White Lady rock painting in Maack s
The famous White Lady rock painting in Maacks Shelter at The Brandberg. The Brandberg, or Fire Mountain, is Namibias highest mountain east of the Namib Desert

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Stonehenge. Re-erection of Trilithon lintel in 1958 P50217

Stonehenge. Re-erection of Trilithon lintel in 1958 P50217
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. Re-erection of Trilithon lintel 158 by the 60 ton Brabazon Crane, the larger of two cranes used to lift stones

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Yeavering J910320

Yeavering J910320
YEAVERING, Northumberland (also know as Ad Gefrin). Reconstruction drawing of Saxon Yeavering AD 627, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Bust of goddess Tanit. Carthaginian art. Sculpture

Bust of goddess Tanit. Carthaginian art. Sculpture. SPAIN. BALEARES. IBIZA. Ibiza. Museum of Archaeology of Ibiza and Formentera

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Catal Huyuk, ancient settlement in Anatolia, Turkey, from c. 6500 BC

Catal Huyuk, ancient settlement in Anatolia, Turkey, from c. 6500 BC

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Al Khazneh (The Treasury), Petra, Jordan

Al Khazneh (The Treasury), Petra, Jordan
This little wonder measures 82 feet (25 meters) wide and 128 feet (39 meters) high. Its an absolute stunner and the first thing you see after walking through the canyon

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Fotheringhay Castle 27869_030

Fotheringhay Castle 27869_030
Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire. TL0692/37

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Durrington Walls N130053

Durrington Walls N130053
DURRINGTON WALLS, Wiltshire. Reconstruction showing the settlement at Durrington Walls near Stonehenge in about 2500BC, this view looking north, in summer



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"Unearthing the Mysteries of the Past: A Journey through Archaeology" Step into the world and discover captivating remnants from ancient civilizations. From the vibrant fresco depicting three Minoan women at Knossos to the mesmerizing Stone-age cave paintings in Chauvet, France, these artifacts offer glimpses into our ancestors' lives. Delve deep into history as you explore the Cave of Hands in Argentina, where handprints left by early humans adorn its walls. Witnessing such primitive artistry reminds us of our shared humanity across time. The Rosetta Stone stands as a testament to human ingenuity, unlocking secrets of an ancient language and enabling us to decipher hieroglyphics. This photograph captures a pivotal moment in archaeological history. Traveling northwards, we arrive at Scotland's Orkney Islands and marvel at Skara Brae Prehistoric Village. Preserved for over 5, 000 years beneath sand dunes, this site offers insights into Neolithic life like no other. Stonehenge emerges majestically on Salisbury Plain—a symbol shrouded in mystery. Its enigmatic purpose continues to intrigue researchers worldwide; each visit brings us closer to understanding its significance. Climb Cleeve Hill or study Avebury/Stukeley Map—both provide perspectives on how ancient societies interacted with their landscapes. These sites reveal intricate connections between people and their environment throughout history. Venturing further afield takes us to Peru's Machu Picchu—the lost city of the Inca—an architectural masterpiece nestled amidst breathtaking mountain scenery. Exploring its ruins transports us back centuries while leaving questions unanswered about its ultimate demise. Finally, Brean Down beckons with evidence from more recent times—a fortification built during World War II that serves as a reminder that archaeology encompasses all periods—not just those buried deep within antiquity. Archaeology invites us on an endless quest for knowledge about our past.