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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Ancient Logbook Documenting Great Pyramid’s Construction Unveiled

Ancient Logbook Documenting Great Pyramid’s Construction Unveiled

Here, one of the papyri in the ancient logbook, which documented the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza. A logbook that contains records detailing the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza...

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Mystery of the Mummy from KV55: Dr. Zahi Hawass

Mystery of the Mummy from KV55: Dr. Zahi Hawass

Akhenaten, Egypt’s first and only monotheistic Pharaoh, has intrigued Egyptologists for centuries. Has the Egyptian Mummy Project finally found his mummy? The Valley of the Kings, on the west bank of the Nile...

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Bronze Age Settlement 3000 Years Old (Part 2): ‘Must Farm, UK’ dig site give up more amazing artifacts!

Bronze Age Settlement 3000 Years Old (Part 2): ‘Must Farm, UK’ dig site give up more amazing artifacts!

Archaeologists said they were “thrilled” to find the well-preserved wooden box inside one of the roundhouses A tiny wooden box with its contents still inside, an intact pot and animal bones are some of the first items unearthed...

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Bronze Age Discovery: Amazing 3000-year-old settlement gives up wheel!

Bronze Age Discovery: Amazing 3000-year-old settlement gives up wheel!

Complete Bronze Age wheel believed to be the largest and earliest of its kind found in the UK has been unearthed The 3,000-year-old artefact was found at a site dubbed “Britain’s Pompeii”...

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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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Ancient Fourni archipelago ship graveyard reveals 45 wrecks spanning thousands of years

Ancient Fourni archipelago ship graveyard reveals 45 wrecks spanning thousands of years

Ulysses and the Sirens, 1909 by Draper, Herbert James (1864-1920). Ancient mythology had many supernatural explanations for dangerous waterways. FRESH surveys of ancient Greece’s ‘Bermuda Triangle’ have revealed 45 wrecks...

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New Artifact-Filled Chambers Revealed under Teotihuacan

Big news in the archaeology world: In 2003, torrential rains exposed the mouth of a previously unknown tunnel near the Temple of the Feathered Serpent at Teotihuacan, in central Mexico. Feathered Serpent excavation Now, more than a decade later, researchers have reached the end of the 340’ (103m) tunnel (illustration) that runs about 60’ below […]

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40,000-year-old stone bracelet from Denison Cave is oldest ever found

Dating back 40,000 years to the Denisovan species of early humans, new pictures show beauty and craftsmanship of prehistoric jewellery. <Made of chlorite, the bracelet was found in the same layer as the remains of some of the prehistoric people and is thought to belong to them.  [Credit: Anatoly Derevyanko and Mikhail Shunkov] It is intricately made […]

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Skeleton with stone-encrusted teeth found in Mexico ancient ruins

Archeologists who found the 1,600-year-old skeleton near Mexico’s ancient Teotihuacan, said the woman was 35-40 when she died with intentionally deformed skull and teeth encrusted with mineral stones (AFP Photo/HO) Mexico City (AFP) – Archeologists have discovered the 1,600-year-old skeleton of an upper-class woman whose skull was intentionally deformed and teeth were encrusted with mineral […]

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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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