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Cave that once housed Dead Sea scrolls uncovered in the Judean desert

For the first time in almost 70 years, archaeologists have uncovered a cave they believed once held Dead Sea scrolls. The scrolls, a series of priceless records dating back to the 4th Century BC, had up until now, thought to have been all discovered after a spate of caves were discovered holding the precious papyrus scrolls. So far, all of the caves have been found within modern-day West Bank and Israel, amongst pottery, gems and other artifacts.

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Ancient earthworks uncovered in the Amazon Jungle

Hundreds of ancient earthworks have been discovered in the Amazon, which up until now, had been lost to nature over the years, and have only recently reclaimed by deforestation. The structures, described as ditched enclosures, are contained within an area roughly 13,000 km2 within the Brazilian rainforest. Hypotheses abound, from village borders to defensive erections, but they have all been ruled out, with archaeological digs in surrounding areas yielding little to no artifacts.

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