Soup News: May 2015

Welcome to Soup News. Once a month we bring you a selection of news stories with comment and discussion from the folks at Archaeosoup Towers along with links to a selection of news from the rest of the month.


New St. Louis Rams Stadium May Be Built On Ancient Native American City:

Sacred Native Site to Be Buried by New St. Louis NFL Stadium:

New football stadium threatens what remains of St. Louis’ Native American past — and present:

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‘Cyber-archaeology’ salvages lost Iraqi art:

Project Mosul Ishtar Temple Lion Test:


Ett nyfunnet runben från Sigtuna:


Isolated people in Sweden only stopped using runes 100 years ago:

HMS Erebus dive ‘just scratching the surface’ of Franklin expedition mystery:

Out of Africa via Egypt: Humans migrated north, rather than south, in the main successful migration from Cradle of Humankind :

Flint archaeological dig unearths 800 year old town defences :

BBC plans 73-mile musical relay with ‘Hadrian’s Wall of Sound’ :


Clumsy Tourist Trips and Smashes 4,000-Year-Old Greek Vase:

Syria: Isis releases footage of Palmyra ruins intact and ‘will not destroy them’ :

Ancient DNA May Provide Clues into How Past Environments Affected Ancient Populations :

Ancient mold used to cast bronze mirror earliest found in Japan:

Investigating Yavneh’s widespread drug scene – from 3,000 years ago :

Roman find declared of “national importance”:

New human ancestor species from Ethiopia lived alongside Lucy’s species :

Dark Side of Medieval Convent Life Revealed:

Sacrificed Humans Discovered Among Prehistoric Tombs:

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