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Greenwich Village »

No one will ever enter either of the two vaults, but archaeologists will analyze high-resolution photos.

Greenwich Village »

The coffins date back to the 19th-century, city officials said.

Greenwich Village »

Archeologists want to figure out which 18th-century church buried people near what's now the park.

East Village »

Archaeologists found a recipe for 19th-century California Pop Beer after discovering an old beer bottle.

East Village »

Try an 1800s recipe for fending off death on July 19, as part of a pub crawl led by archaeologists.

Lower East Side »

Archaeologists tracked down the German recipe after finding a tiny glass bottle beneath a Bowery site.

Chinatown »

A trove of antique bottles and other items were unearthed at 50 Bowery, the future site of a new hotel.

Civic Center »

An early incarnation of the feminine hygiene device was discovered during excavations.

Financial District »

More than 100 18th-century liquor bottles were found last week during a dig along Fulton Street.

Downtown »

A stone wall that is more than 200 years old was unearthed on Fulton Street this week.

Downtown »

P.S. 276 students took a field trip to Fulton Street's water main construction site Feb. 13, 2012.

Downtown »

P.S. 276 students had many questions for archaeologist Alyssa Loorya.

Downtown »

The items unearthed this fall include a bone toothbrush and a copper half-penny.

Downtown »

The well may have belonged to Stephanus van Cortlandt, the first native-born mayor of New York City.