ARCHAEOLOGY

IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK

ine walls made up entirely of human bones have been uncovered by archaeologists at

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Hagia Sophia’s hidden History
IN HIS ACCOUNT OF the extensive building program undertaken by the Byzantine emperor Justinian I, the sixth-century A.D. Greek historian Procopius describes the architectural splendor of Hagia Sophia, the towering cathedral of the capital city of Con
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COVER—Jesse Durocher/Getty Images; 1—Courtesy Bonampak Documentation Project, illustrations by Heather Hurst and Leonard Ashby; 3—(clockwise from top left) Helge Andersson, Courtesy Alexander Pryor/University of Exeter, Courtesy Finding Eanswythe, In
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Off The Grid
When some of the first British farmers to live in the Lake District needed to gather at a central location, they may have chosen Castlerigg Stone Circle, a Neolithic monument built some 5,000 years ago. The circle measures almost 100 feet in diameter