Archaeology News Headlines June 2014

The Morien Institute - The events of July 16th to 22nd 1994, when the remnants of a fragmenting comet, P/Shoemaker-Levy 9, bombarded the surface of Jupiter causing fireballs many times the size of our own planet, were an abrupt wake-up call even for those who were aware of them. The historical sciences generally, and Archaeology in particular, have collectively painted a picture of the past as if our planet stands alone in empty space. Nothing could be further from reality. Our resilient planet exists in a solar system that has experienced a very dynamic history over the past 20 to 30 millennia, and it is only from this wider solar system perspective that the true history of human civilisation will ever be fully understood. The Morien Institute archive therefore contains relevant material from many disciplines.

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As we enter the 21st century technological advances are coming to the aid of scientists of all descriptions. But it will likely be the Marine Archaeologists, whose discoveries on the continental shelves that were once the coastal plains of the archaic world that will most significantly change our picture of the past. We cannot go on thinking of the past from the scant knowledge available to us from excavations of the remains of ancient peoples discovered solely on the dry land we now live on.

This dry land comprises around 29% of the total surface area of our planet and the remaining 71% is currently ocean. Over the last 17 years or so The Morien Institute has been carefully documenting as much information about new discoveries underwater as we can find, and The Morien Institute Marine Archaeology Archive gives just a glimpse of the many recent discoveries showing evidence of sometimes ‘vast coastal settlements’ that were inundated by rising seas in ancient times.

During the last Ice Age the ‘sea-levels were more than 300 feet lower than they are today’, and a wide band either side of the equator enjoyed a pleasant enough climate for human civilisation to have flourished in many parts of the world. When the sea levels rose as the ice sheets melted ‘many coastal settlements disappeared under the waves’ – forgotten except in the oral traditions of peoples in every land. These oral traditions represent an invaluable archive of knowledge from the archaic world, but they are almost always dismissed by academic archaeologists and prehistorians who have traditionally regarded them simply as ‘quaint myths’ which they collectively claimed have no bearing on reality.

But that is a very foolish perspective. What remains of the oral traditions of the many ancient societies that once developed on our planet must be preserved at all costs so that future peoples can study the wisdom of ancient peoples with an open mind that was sadly absent from past academic thinking. These oral traditions are now acknowledged as being the invaluable ‘Indigenous Knowledge’ of ancient peoples, and represent a collective understanding of the natural world that had developed through careful observation over countless millennia. Despite the scepticism expressed in some academic disciplines, we cannot afford to let this ancient knowledge die out simply because the supposed “experts” of today cannot understand it.

Neither can we continue to look at the prehistory of human societies and civilisations as if our planet somehow stands alone in empty space. Nothing could be further from reality. Our immediate solar system environment is more of a ‘cosmic shooting gallery’ than a vast expanse of emptiness, and a great body of evidence is building which shows that the environmental impact of encounters with comets, asteroids and cometary debris has been responsible for ‘the destruction of numerous ancient civilisations’ on several occasions in the archaic world over the past 10 to 20 millennia.

Alongside this our planet orbits a very dynamic star, which we call the Sun, and modern research is showing that our weather, and its long-term trends we refer to as our climate, is very much determined by its moods. Sometimes the sun is quiet, with few sunspots and few solar storms. At other times it is very active with many sunspots, many solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs) of charged particles that impact our geomagnetic field with sometimes disastrous consequences for all organisms on Earth, including humans and their societies.

Many scientists are coming to realise that these strong, X-class CMEs can, and have had, catastrophic effects on our climate, abruptly ending Ice Ages and bringing with them solar radiation that can threaten all life on Earth. Exactly how many times this has happened in the past is unknown at present, but scientists are beginning to recognise their “fingerprints” in a variety of proxy data records, and in the near future we will know more for certain.

Throughout the last few hundred years, and quite probably before that, individual researchers ranging from the eccentric ‘Gentleman Antiquarians’ of the 17 & 1800s to the so-called ‘dissident professors’ of the 20th century have pursued lines of enquiry which has horrified general academia. Those individuals were ridiculed and their ideas vociferously opposed by academic archaeologists and prehistorians who had often invested a lifetime’s work in what the more honest amongst them might reluctantly admit in private company to have been a totally inaccurate view of human prehistory.

Theories that many ‘megalithic sites’ began life as some form of observatories acting as ‘early-warning systems’ for imminent impacts of cosmic debris from the break up of a giant comet have been emerging over the last 30-50 years or so. Evidence supporting these theories is helping not only to date some of these monuments, but also illustrates how well their builders were oriented in time and space. A new appreciation that our ancestors were acutely aware that the Earth orbited the Sun, and that it periodically encountered streams of cometary debris, suggests that ancient peoples understood the dynamics of the solar system to a far greater degree than has previously been acknowledged.

Dr. Duncan Steel, then of Spaceguard Australia, presented a paper to the Society for Inter-Disciplinary Studies conference at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, in July of 1997, in which he gave details of his research suggesting that the earlier ‘henge circle’ which preceded the stone circles at Stonehenge could have been deliberately constructed to function as a ‘cosmic impact early warning system’. His paper, “Before the Stones: Stonehenge I as a Cometary Catastrophe Predictor” makes for interesting reading for all serious students of ancient astronomy, astro-archaeology, archaeoastronomy and prehistory.

The Cambridge Conference focussed primarily on the effects of ‘natural catastrophes resulting from the impacts of cometary debris’. These impacts were presented as being the likely causes of the sudden collapse and in many cases the total destruction of various Bronze Age civilisations, giving rise to radical cultural changes, and to a number of new religions with accompanying astro-mythologies that had hitherto been impossible for academia to understand.

The simultaneous collapse of these civilizations has long puzzled archaeologists and prehistorians as the vast areas affected ran right across the ‘fertile crescent’ destroying the most advanced societies of the time, ranging in distance from Greece and Anatolia through to Mesopotamia and Afghanistan and continuing eastwards to encompass India and Central Asia.

The cause of the most perplexing ‘Bronze Age Event’ around 2350 – 2300 BC has only recently become clear as a wide variety of ‘ologists from various disciplines have begun reviewing the mythologies of the time. What they have found throughout numerous inter-disciplinary studies are the accurate observations of ancient skywatchers describing cosmic bombardment and flooding which in every case, and in every region, came directly from the ancient skies.

These ‘natural cosmic catastrophes’ were recorded by all ancient societies and passed down through countless generations to become the oral traditions that are held sacred by the peoples whose ancestors directly experienced them, but which are often dismissed as being ‘quaint myths that have no bearing on reality’ by so-called scholars who have never even tried to understand them. Bombardment of our planet by cosmic debris is, like all things in the natural world, a cyclical phenomena. If ancient traditions are any indication it has happened many times in the past, and if we dismiss the records kept by ancient peoples simply because they were recorded in a language that our modern scientists cannot understand, then we will not be prepared when it happens again.

The sophistication and unprecedented accuracy of ‘the astronomical phenomena that was an integral part of almost all of the megalithic structures’ that have been discovered on most continents suggests a long period of development, yet academic archaeologists and prehistorians have been at a loss to explain them. Most have simply ignored the astronomy, or made idiotic statements about ancient peoples not being capable of that level of understanding, but ‘there they are for all the world to see’.

In October 1900, Captain Dimitrious Kondos was leading a team of sponge divers near the island of Antikythera off the coast of Greece. They noticed a shipwreck about 180 feet below the surface and began to investigate. Amongst the artifacts that they brought up was a coral-encrusted piece of metal that later Archaeologists found was some sort of gear wheel. The rest of the artifacts, along with the shape of the boat, suggested a date around 2000 years ago, which made the find one of the most anomalous that had ever been recovered from the world’s seas. It became known as ‘The Antikythera Mechanism’.

In 2006 the journal “Nature” published a letter, and a full paper about the mechanism was published in 2008, detailing the findings of Prof. Mike G. Edmunds of Cardiff University. Using high-resolution X-ray tomography to study the fragments of the anomalous Antikythera Mechanism, they found that it was in fact ‘a bronze mechanical analog computer’ that could be used to calculate the positions and various cycles of the Moon – as seen from the Earth.

This incredible discovery is indisputable evidence that ancient peoples were far more capable of understanding the cyclical nature of the movements of celestial bodies and various temporary celestial phenomena than they have previously been given credit for, and
‘The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project’ has definitively shown that they were also more than capable of constructing devices which could predict them. There was much discussion about its supposed anomalous nature, but it is only anomalous if viewed in isolation or in the context of a completely inaccurate view of prehistory. In the context of the astronomical knowledge embedded into the siting and construction of megalithic structures a long period of development becomes evident, and is deserving of radical review in light of The Antikythera Mechanism.

Over the past 17 years or so The Morien Institute has archived new archaeological discoveries as well as new interpretations of old archaeological discoveries. In our news pages we list many items that may not seem directly related to a better understanding of what our ancestors saw and experienced in ancient skies. But ‘astro-mythology’ and its interpretation, and constant review of our currently poor appreciation of the scientific achievements of our ancestors remains the common theme that we feel ties most of them together. It is only an open-minded approach to prehistory, and a willingness to accept what is found rather then attempting to make new discoveries fit into some pre-conceived paradigm, that will help us gain a better understanding of our ancient past than is currently taught in our schools, colleges and universities.

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June 2014

“Archaeologists discovered a meteorite fragment in a 9 thousand years old hut”

Nauka w Polsce (Poland)

“11th dynasty tomb discovered in Luxor”

Egypt SIS (Egypt)

“Dig team uncovers coins, ceramics and 2,000-year-old tweezers”

Leicester Mercury (England)

“Archaeologists plan to reconstruct ancient society of Burnt City”

Tehran Times (Iran)

“2,300 years old grave in Sinaw could be Oman’s biggest archaeological find”

Muscat Daily (Muscat)

“Bogota announces 1st protected archaeological zone”

Colombia Reports (Colombia)

“3,000-year-old skeleton of baby found at birthplace of Halloween”

Irish Central (Ireland)

“Laetoli – Place Where Man First Walked Earth” (Tanzania)

“Ancient Europe Colonized by Island Hoppers?”

National Geographic Daily News (USA)

“By leapfrogging from island to island across the northern Mediterranean, Neolithic people were able to quickly spread their farming lifestyle across southern Europe some 9,000 years ago, a new genetic study suggests.

Archaeological investigations have shown that individuals in the Near East first developed farming and herding around 12,000 years ago.

Agriculture then quickly replaced the more mobile hunter-gatherer lifestyle-in what’s called the “Neolithic transition”-as farmers migrated into Europe and other parts of the world.

“The establishment of agriculture provided the possibility for population growth, and that growth led people to expand to new horizons,” said University of Washington geneticist George Stamatoyannopoulos.

In a new study, published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Stamatoyannopoulos and his colleagues analyzed the DNA of individuals from modern Mediterranean populations to reconstruct the migration patterns of their ancient ancestors.”

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[Well done yet again NatGeo! A great story and well worth a visit to their site to read it all – Ed.]

“Shipwrecks and lost treasures sought off Haida Gwaii”

CBC News (Canada)

“‘Begging bowl at Afghan museum is not associated with Buddha’”

Pune Mirror (India)

“‘Incredibly important’ medieval find at Llanllyr, Ceredigion”

BBC News (UK)

“New Inca road to Machu Picchu discovered”

Peru This Week (Peru)

“Authorities seize archeological pieces stolen by terrorists”

Syria Online (Syria)

“Archaeological dig uncovers old inn for drovers”

Herald Scotland (Scotland)

“Archaeological dig reveals remains of buildings and tombs in Alambra”

Famagusta Gazette (Cyprus)

“A large Roman sanctuary found in northern France”

Past Horizons (UK)

“Athboy discovery could be 3,000 year old baby”

The Meath Chronicle (Ireland)

“Traces of tsunami discovered in Gökçeada”

Hürriyet Daily News (Turkey)

“Wearable submarine to hunt for 2000-year-old computer”

New Scientist (UK)

“The world’s most advanced robotic diving suit is getting ready to help search for one of the world’s oldest computers.

Called Exosuit, the suit has a rigid metal humanoid form with Iron Man-like thrusters that enable divers to operate safely down to depths of 300 metres.

Though designed for diving in the bowels of New York City’s water treatment plants, earlier this month it underwent its first trials in seawater at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) in Massachusetts.

The tests are readying the suit for a daring attempt to excavate an ancient Roman shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera in the Aegean Sea.

A century ago, divers pulled the world’s oldest computer – the Antikythera mechanism – from the wreck.

They are hoping that they will find a second device when they go down in September.”

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“Archaeologists Excavate Lower City of Mycenae”

Popular Archaeology (USA)

“Exploration to ascertain ancient course of Ganga”

The Times of India (India)

“Archaeologists find Bronze Age settlement beneath Aberdeen park and ride site”

Culture24 (UK)

“Cerveteri’s Etruscan city of dead set to wow visitors”

Gazzetta del Sud (Italy)

“Finding the lost art of Angkor Wat”

Heritage Daily (USA)

“Iron Age settlement found in car park”

The Herald (Scotland)

“Ancient Love Inscriptions in Astypalea”

Greek Reporter (Greece)

“Fossil dealer sent to prison for smuggling dinosaurs”

CBBC News (UK)

“5000-Year-Old Water System Discovered In Western Iran”

Bernama (Malaysia)

“The World’s Oldest Pants Were Developed for Riding Horses”

Smithsonian (USA)

“The pants – and the person wearing them – are about 3,000 years old, give or take a few decades.

No archaeological evidence of older pants have been found.

Even Ötzi the iceman was only wearing a combination of loincloth and individual leggings.

These pants, which were recovered from a tomb in China, are about 400 years older than the previous record holder for ‘oldest pants’, which were found on Cherchen Man, who was buried in the same area.

A new study in Quaternary International revealed that these newest oldest pants were likely developed for riding horses.”

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“Vast ‘fish lizard’ graveyard discovered under melting glacier in Chile … “

The Independent (UK)

“Ancient volcanic eruptions caused first mass extinction”

ABC Radio National (Australia)

“Ballymaglaff Stone Age site ‘lost because of planning error'”

Belfast Telegraph (N. Ireland)

“Natural Science Seminar: Human Responses to the Last Glacial Maximum in the Transbaikal … “

Central Washington University (USA)

“2,500-year-old burial sites found in Auroville”

The Times of India (India)

“Are these the world’s oldest trousers? 3,000-yr-old clothing discovered in ancient Chinese tomb”

Mail Online (UK)

“14th century grand hall discovered underneath the Kotel Tunnels”

The Jerusalem Post (Israel)

“Ancient tomb gives up its secrets”

Okehampton Times (England)

“Excavation at MTR site could help prove Song dynasty’s links to Hong Kong”

South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“Stonehenge builders’ ‘bright and airy’ homes re-created”

BBC News (UK)

“China-bound passenger held with over 2,000 rare ancient coins”

Dawn (Pakistan)

“Cross marks the spot of Battle of Bannockburn”

The Courier (Scotland)

“Maya Mystery: Volcanic Eruptions were Source of Ash in Making Pottery”

International Business Times (India)

“The mystery behind the origin of ash for making Maya pottery that has longed troubled the researchers have been solved.

The researchers concluded that the ash came from huge volcanic eruptions.

They utilized tiny and tough zircon crystals to find the origin of the ash.

The result has also made researchers wonder if the Maya’s ash were from one or many such volcanic blasts.”

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“Have archaeologists found the remains of Viking King Olaf Guthfrithsson?”

Culture24 (UK)

“Echoes of the past: Relics dating back to 190 BC unearthed in archaeological dig”

The Express Tribune (Pakistan)

“Archaeological excavation in South Devon seeks volunteers”

Torquay Herald Express (England)

“Dogs Helped Drive Mammoths To Their Graves, New Study Suggests”

Huffington Post (USA)

“Distinct artwork reflects contact period in the regions”

Science Network Western Australia (Australia)

“Natural History Museum dinos damaged by careless tourists”

Sunday Express (UK)

“Heavy storm knocks finial off Humayun’s Tomb”

The Hindu (India)

“Egypt turns to technology in effort to protect ancient treasures from looters”

Guardian Weekly (UK)

“Shedding more light on a sacred site”

The Sunday Times (Sri Lanka)

“Huge Fossil Tooth of Prehistoric, Crocodile-like Marine Creature Discovered in UK”

International Business Times (India)

“Historian claims Battle of Aylesbury is a myth”

The Bucks Herald (England)

“The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project”

Cardiff/Athens Universites (Cymru/Greece)

[In October 1900, Captain Dimitrious Kondos was leading a team of sponge divers near the the island of Antikythera off the coast of Greece. They noticed a shipwreck about 180 feet below the surface and began to investigate. Amongst the artifacts that they brought up was a coral-encrusted piece of metal that later archaeologists found was some sort of gear wheel.

The rest of the artifacts, along with the shape of the boat, suggested a date around 2000 years ago, which made the find one of the most anomalous that had ever been recovered from the Greek seas. It became known as The Antikythera Mechanism.

In 2006 the journal “Nature” published a letter, and another paper about the mechanism was published in 2008, detailing the findings of Prof. Mike G. Edmunds of Cardiff University. Using high-resolution X-ray tomography to study the fragments of the anomalous Antikythera Mechanism, they found that it was in fact a bronze mechanical analog computer that could be used to calculate the astronomical positions and various cycles of the Moon – as seen from the Earth: – Ed]

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Antikythera Mechanism Research Project

2000-year-old analog computer recreated

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“Return to Antikythera: Divers revisit wreck where ancient computer found”

The Guardian Science Blog (UK)

“In search of lost time”

Nature (UK)

“World’s First Computer Displayed Olympic Calendar”

Wired Gadget Lab (USA)

“Antikythera Mechanism – World’s earliest existing analogue computer”

HotnHit News (India)

“In search of lost time”

Nature (UK)

“Imaging the Antikythera Computer”

Wired Gadget Lab (USA)

“Decoding an Ancient Computer: Greek Technology Tracked the Heavens”

Scientific American (USA)

“2,000 Year Old Computer Yields Her Secrets”

Wired Gadget Lab (USA)

“Watch a video explaining the Antikythera mechanism”

Nature (UK)

“Antikythera mechanism”

Wikipedia (USA)

“World’s First Computer Rebuilt, Rebooted After 2,000 Years”

Wired Gadget Lab (USA)

“Antikythera: A 2,000-year-old Greek computer comes back to life”

The Guardian Science Blog (UK)

Google image search results for The Antikythera mechanism

Google (USA)


“After the Ice: A Global Human History 20,000-5000 BC”


Steven Mithen

“20,000 years ago Earth was in the midst of an ice age.

Then global warming arrived, leading to massive floods, the spread of forests and the retreat of the deserts.

By 5,000 BC a radically different human world had appeared.

In place of hunters and gatherers there were farmers; in place of transient campsites there were towns.

The foundations of our modern world had been laid and nothing that came after – the Industrial Revolution, the atomic age, the internet – have ever matched the significance of those events.”

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“Before the Dawn: Recovering the Lost History of Our Ancestors”


Nicholas Wade

“In his groundbreaking Before the Dawn, Wade reveals humanity’s origins as never before—a journey made possible only recently by genetic science, whose incredible findings have answered such questions as:

What was the first human language like?

How large were the first societies, and how warlike were they?

When did our ancestors first leave Africa, and by what route did they leave?

By eloquently solving these and numerous other mysteries, Wade offers nothing less than a uniquely complete retelling of a story that began 500 centuries ago.”

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“1177 B.C.: The Year Civilization Collapsed”


Eric H. Cline

“In 1177 B.C., marauding groups known only as the ‘Sea Peoples’ invaded Egypt.

The pharaoh’s army and navy managed to defeat them, but the victory so weakened Egypt that it soon slid into decline, as did most of the surrounding civilizations.

After centuries of brilliance, the civilized world of the Bronze Age came to an abrupt and cataclysmic end.

Kingdoms fell like dominoes over the course of just a few decades. No more Minoans or Mycenaeans. No more Trojans, Hittites, or Babylonians.

The thriving economy and cultures of the late second millennium B.C., which had stretched from Greece to Egypt and Mesopotamia, suddenly ceased to exist, along with writing systems, technology, and monumental architecture.

But the Sea Peoples alone could not have caused such widespread breakdown. How did it happen?”

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“The Humans Who Went Extinct: Why Neanderthals died out and we survived”


Clive Finlayson

“Just 28,000 years ago, the blink of an eye in geological time, the last of Neanderthals died out in their last outpost, in caves near Gibraltar.

Thanks to cartoons and folk accounts we have a distorted view of these other humans – for that is what they were.

We think of them as crude and clumsy and not very bright, easily driven to extinction by the lithe, smart modern humans that came out of Africa some 100,000 years ago.

But was it really as simple as that?

Clive Finlayson reminds us that the Neanderthals were another kind of human, and their culture was not so very different from that of our own ancestors.”

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“Eden in the East: The Drowned Continent of Southeast Asia”


Stephen Oppenheimer

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“A book that completetly changes the established and conventional view of prehistory by relocating the Lost Eden – the world’s 1st civilization – to S.E. Asia.

At the end of the Ice Age, SouthEast Asia formed a continent twice the size of India, which included Indochina, Malaysia, Indonesia and Borneo.

The South China Sea, the Gulf of Thailand and the Java sea, which were all dry, formed the connecting parts of the continent.

Geologically, this half sunken continent is the Shunda shelf or Sundaland.

He produces evidence from ethnography, archaeology, oceanography, from creation stories, myths and sagas and from linguistics and DNA analysis, to argue that this founder civilization was destroyed by a catastrophic flood, caused by a rapid rise in the sea level at the end of the last ice age.”

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June 2014
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“Searching for the Comanche Empire”

Archaeology Magazine

“Did the Evolution of Animal Intelligence Begin With Tiktaalik?”

Smithsonian Magazine

“Enigmatic tubular features in meteorite impact glasses from the Ries impact structure (Germany)”


“Re-examining stone ‘wrist-guards’ as evidence for falconry in later prehistoric Britain”


“The Mystery of Extraordinarily Accurate Medieval Maps”

Discover Magazine

“Rock Art of Comanche Warriors”

Archaeology Magazine

“A recipe for disaster: emerging urbanism and unsustainable plant economies at Early Bronze Age Ras an-Numayra, Jordan”


“Reducing time-scale uncertainty for the Devonian by integrating astrochronology and Bayesian statistics”


“Lepong: A New Obsidian Source in the Admiralty Islands, Papua New Guinea”


“Catacomb culture wagons of the Eurasian steppes”


“An Archaeologically Fertile Area of Iraq Opens to Researchers”

Discover Magazine

“From The Trenches: The Goddess’ Brewer”

Archaeology Magazine

“Preserved flora and organics in impact melt breccias”


“Beach Ridges as Favored Locales for Human Settlement on Pacific Islands”


“The La Bastida fortification: new light and new questions on Early Bronze Age societies in the western Mediterranean”


“From The Trenches: Secrets of Bronze Age Cheese Makers”

Archaeology Magazine

“A record of sustained prehistoric and historic land use from the Cahokia region, Illinois, USA”


“A potter’s workshop from Middle Bronze Age Cyprus: new light on production context, scale and variability”


“World Roundup of Recent Archaeological Discoveries – June 2014”

Archaeology Magazine

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