Archeological artifact

Archeological artifact

Objects made by humans including utensils, tools, or human remains that are recovered from an archeological site, such as those found in the tombs of Egypt, pyramidal tombs of ancient Mexico, ruins at Ephesus and Thira, Greece and Pompeii, Italy (illus.), or those of Native Americans.
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(TAP) - The Mhammedia National Guard's Investigation Brigade has arrested a man in Ben Arous for "illegal possession of archeological artifact for the purpose of selling it."
As for the plot, it again involves an archeological artifact of supreme religious power, which is pursued by Nazis and protected by many expendable dark-skinned people.
In a statement to SANA reporter in Palmyra, Secretary of Homs National Museum Lubaba al-Ali said that the found archeological artifact is a painting with dimensions of " 60 x 40 cm".
Damascus, (SANA) Several Weeks of efforts by the Syrian Ministry of Culture produced results, preventing Bonhams Auction House in London from auctioning off a precious stolen Syrian archeological artifact.
Homs, SANA -- The authorities in Homs on Tuesday found a number of archeological artifacts that terrorists had stolen and planned on smuggling abroad in al-Rastan in Homs' northern countryside.
The information board explains that the excavations have brought to light a large number of important archeological artifacts (terracotta and stucco sculptures, coins, iron, copper objects) as well as structural remains including the second main stupa surrounded by a subsidiary stupa and chapples adorned with stucco sculptures.
Kiwan added that the expedition is continuing its work at the site to unearth new archeological artifacts to get more acquainted with the architectural design of the church which is considered as one of the most important archeological monuments in Sweida Old City.
The ceremony witnessed the first exhibition of the archeological artifacts found in 3,500-year-old tomb of the nobleman Userhat in April.
Since ISIL seized control of the site, Dura-Europos has been subjected to organized theft and looting that destroyed its landmarks, as ISIL and other Takfiri terrorist organizations either trade in archeological artifacts to procure funds or destroy the ones they can't sell or smuggle outside Syria.
Remarkably, five years after the outbreak of the uprising against him, in which over 450,000 civilians have been shot, bombed, and gassed for the crime of not wanting to be ruled by a genocidal dictator, Assad is being cheered by many in the West as a protector of endangered minority groupsnot to mention as a savior of archeological artifacts. "Hooray," wrote London Mayor Boris Johnson following the assault by Assad's allies that retook the city of Palmyra, "Bravoand keep going." Sure, Johnson saidmainly for reasons of etiquetteAssad is a monster, a killer and a dictator who, like his father, has ruled through torture, violence and terror, but let's not have that get in the way of cheering him on.
Khan and Bannu districts are rich in archeological artifacts.