Soup News: July 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.

0:48 Aaron:

Stadium project is a test of ethics for NFL:

05:45 Bethany:

Skeleton of Bronze Age adolescent discovered near Stonehenge:

Wiltshire archeological dig unearths 4,000-year-old child skeleton:

10:48 Rhys:

Bones of Philip of Macedon Identified:

Mystery surrounding Royal Tomb of Philip II of Macedonia finally solved:


Essex Police leads national campaign targeting illegal treasure hunters:

Signs of world’s first pictograph found in Göbeklitepe :

‘Oldest’ Koran fragments found in Birmingham University:

Fragments of a new female figurine from Hohle Fels Cave:

New Stone Age remains dating back 5,000 years discovered in Monmouth:

Fishy finds in 660-year-old archaelogy dig :

Tulane archaeologists discover ancient Mayan monuments:

‘Mummy of a child warrior from ‘lost medieval civilisation’ unearthed near Arctic’:

Indian Village researchers find pot completely intact:

Oldest Dentistry Found in 14,000-Year-Old Tooth:

The boneyard of the bizarre that rewrites our Celtic past to include hybrid-animal monster myths:

Rare ancient Roman frescos found in south of France :

Roman Concrete Mimicked Resistant Volcanic Rock:

Viking-age hut found in Reykjavik:

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