Newly Discovered Dead Sea Cave May Hold Archaeological Treasure

Newly Discovered Dead Sea Cave May Hold Archaeological Treasure

What are the Dead Sea Scrolls And Why Do They Matter? The Dead Sea Scrolls are the world’s oldest known biblical manuscripts.   In 1947 scrolls and scroll fragments dating from 150 BC were discovered in a cave by local Bedouin teenagers...

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100,000 Year Old Ruins of South Africa

100,000 Year Old Ruins of South Africa

This article first appeared on grahamhancock.com and is written by Micheal Tellinger. The history of southern Africa is one of the great untold stories of the world. It has remained a guarded mystery by traditional knowledge keepers...

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Rockwall – An American Secret

Rockwall – An American Secret

A rectangular wall found more than 100 years ago in Texas, may be an antediluvian remnant. Most people living in Rockwall Texas do not even know that their city is named after an ancient Rock Wall City...

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Unearthed: A Friars’ Leather Shop

Greyfriars excavation, Oxford, England  (Courtesy Oxford Archaeology)  An excavation in Oxford, England, conducted by Oxford Archaeology in advance of the expansion of a shopping center, has turned up a large number of leather and wood objects dating to the fourteenth century, when the site was occupied by buildings associated with the Greyfriars religious order. The […]

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12,000-year-old grave of Shaman woman unearthed in Galilee

Bones of a prehistoric woman discovered in a burial site in the Hilazon cave in northern Israel. (Naftali Hilger) Well-preserved burial site sheds new light on the prevalence of ritual practice in prehistoric human society Adorned with tortoise shells, gazelle horns and a human foot, the 12,000-year-old grave of a woman unearthed in northern Israel […]

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Arthur Posnansky – The Half-Forgotten Pioneer of Andean Archaeology

The Controversial Legacy of Arthur Posnansky, The Half-Forgotten Pioneer of Andean Archaeology. By Dave Truman Arthur Posnansky enjoys a rather ambiguous status in contemporary Bolivian archaeology. On the one hand, he is hailed as the father of the South American nation’s archaeological pedagogy. On the other, many of his findings are ignored and his theories dismissed. […]

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Lost City Found Off Tanzanian Island

DIVER FINDS LOST CITY DURING EXTREMELY LOW TIDE   Alan Sutton is a free diver in Tanzania.  He frequently dives near Mafia Island, the least known, southernmost island, off the Tanzanian coast.  While out diving one day he spotted what appeared to be a reef and approached it.  He thought it looked like a wall and decided to […]

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Is Egypt Blocking The Discovery Of Nefertiti’s Tomb?

A well known Egyptologist named Nicholas Reeves may have found Nefertiti’s resting place in two hidden chambers in King Tut’s tomb.  His preliminary radar scans of the monument have found “two open spaces, with signs of metal and organic matter” behind the tombs western and northern walls. His theory is that undiscovered chambers lie behind the […]

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