April 2013
Digging Stick;Apr2013, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p14
This section offers archaeology news briefs as of April 2013 which include the excavation of a huge, possibly 4,000-year-old building complex in Iraq that could have been an administrative centre serving one of the world's earliest cities and the discovery in south-western Japan of the tablets containing census registration records dating back to the 7th century.


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