A Carbon-14 analysis of the samples proved the site dates back
to 3100 BC.
Amenemhat's burial place dates back
to the 18th dynasty, and was discovered on September 9.
The earliest reference to milling at Cheddleton dates back
to 1253, and it is possible that the foundations of the South Mill date back to this period.
He added that Al Khashabah site dates back
to the third millennium BC.
David, who is an artist and whose work is displayed throughout the house, said: "We understand that the original home on this site dates back
to 1540 but the actual house as we know it dates back
to 1895 when it was substantially improved after falling into disrepair.
The cottage dates back
to 1820 and was originally used as the living quarters to the pub next door, which has long since been closed.
Inundated sites include a Sassanid (224-642 CE) city where human habitation dates back
to the Achaemenid era (550-334 BCE), a unique fire temple, an Achaemenid royal house and graves dating back to the early Islamic era.
Pit yacker: is a coal miner and dates back
His exceptional closeness with this party does not date back to last year when his son was elected as SDSM council member in Skopje and when his wife became an active member of the association of women of SDSM but dates back
to 1997 when SDSM appointed him first Ombudsman of the Republic of Macedonia.
The unearthed stone-made bridge dates back
to the Roman Era, and is 10-meter long and 3-meter wide with three asymmetric arches.
The collection dates back
to 200,000 BC, to the pre-historic era as well as the Pharaonic dynasties," reported the Egyptian government.
The Morgan Arcade, opened in 1896, is acknowledged as the best preserved of the city's arcades and can be accessed by an alley from the adjacent Royal Arcade, the oldest, which dates back