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Hyderabad, Sunday, February 9, 2014

A link to the long-lost glory

450-year-old copper coin of 3 Qutb Shahi ruler found »
More on epigraphy AND: archaeologyarts (general)bronzes and carvingshistorylibrary and museummonument and heritage siteruins and monuments
Thiruvananthapuram, Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Words from another era

Explore the literary treasure in the Oriental Research Institute and Manuscript Library under the University of Kerala. An exhibition of some of the manuscripts begins on Friday »
More on epigraphy AND: books and literaturehistoryiconographylibrary and museumThiruvananthapuram
Monday, May 6, 2013

The hanging gardens 'were not in Babylon'

The whereabouts of one of the seven wonders of the ancient world – the fabled Hanging Garden of Babylon - has been one of the great mysteries from antiquity. The inability of archaeologists to fin... »
More on epigraphy AND: historyIraqruins and monuments
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