Science: Digging Up History

Archaeology is busy with many discoveries other than those of Lord Carnarvon in Egypt. At present there are no less than five other important archaeological fields about to be examined.

Harvard scientists are completing arrangements with the French government to excavate that portion of Carthage which has not yet been touched.

A group of Englishmen are planning to explore the tombs of the Sultans in and around Constantinople.

Operations are going on in Mesopotamia to unearth the city of Ur and the ruins of Chaldean civilization, antedating by several centuries the civilization of the Nile.


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