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The penny is likely unique since only one other glass penny exists and it is broken.

The penny is likely unique since only one other glass penny exists and it is broken.

A 500-pound stone tablet found in the foundation of an Etruscan temple at the Poggio Colla site in Tuscany.... Archaeologists strongly suspect that the text is religious, but have yet to fully translate the find.

'Extraordinary Find': Rare Religious Text Written in Lost Etruscan Language

A 500-pound stone tablet found in the foundation of an Etruscan temple at the Poggio Colla site in Tuscany.... Archaeologists strongly suspect that the text is religious, but have yet to fully translate the find.

La plus vieille bouteille à la mer récemment retrouvée - http://www.2tout2rien.fr/la-plus-vieille-bouteille-a-la-mer-recemment-retrouvee/

La plus vieille bouteille à la mer récemment retrouvée - http://www.2tout2rien.fr/la-plus-vieille-bouteille-a-la-mer-recemment-retrouvee/

An experimental penny made of glass during World War II is about to be auctioned

An experimental penny made of glass during World War II is about to be auctioned

Scientists have struggled to extract DNA from Egyptian mummies for decades. A new report shows ancient Egyptians were closely related to people in the eastern Mediterranean.

DNA from ancient Egyptian mummies reveals their ancestry

Scientists have struggled to extract DNA from Egyptian mummies for decades. A new report shows ancient Egyptians were closely related to people in the eastern Mediterranean.

Ancient Burial Box Said To Have Earliest Reference To Jesus

Ancient Burial Box Said To Have Earliest Reference To Jesus

Kelvingrove Museum 1941. Exhibits are inspected after Luftmine fell in Kelvin Way resulting in damage to the Museum.

Kelvingrove Museum 1941. Exhibits are inspected after Luftmine fell in Kelvin Way resulting in damage to the Museum.

A coin issued by the Roman Empire and recently excavated from castle ruins in Okinawa is shown Monday at the Uruma Municipal Government office in Okinawa. | KYODO

Ancient Roman coins unearthed from castle ruins in Okinawa

A coin issued by the Roman Empire and recently excavated from castle ruins in Okinawa is shown Monday at the Uruma Municipal Government office in Okinawa. | KYODO

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