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Stonehenge mystery solved? Prehistoric French may have inspired it and other European megaliths

Human beings must leave behind us a legacy when we pass on. For some, this might motivate a whole region to create huge rock formations such as Stonehenge.

Stonehenge mystery solved? Prehistoric French may have inspired it and other European megaliths Human beings must leave behind us a legacy when we pass on. For some, this might motivate a whole region to create huge rock formations such as Stonehenge. New research indicates that the megaliths of ancient Europe were not individually conceived, but that all were inspired by […]

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Ancient Germanic lord unearthed in a 1,500-year-old tomb with a circle of six women around cauldron

Ancient Germanic lord unearthed in a 1,500-year-old tomb with a circle of six women around cauldron

Ancient Germanic lord unearthed in a 1,500-year-old tomb with a circle of six women around cauldron In Germany, a spectacular, ancient tomb has been discovered. Archaeologists discovered what they believed to be the ancient German tomb of a 1500-year-old German lord. Six female skeletons grouped in a circle were found in the same rare ancient German tomb. Researchers have proposed that the […]

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Archaeologists discover ancient Rome may have been much larger than previously believed

Archaeologists discover ancient Rome may have been much larger than previously believed

Archaeologists discover ancient Rome may have been much larger than previously believed A house found in the central district of Ancient Rome can prove that the city was considerably larger than previously thought. The rectangular house was found on the Quirinal Hill between modern via Veneto and Termini train stations and may date back to the sixth century BC. It […]

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Desert Diver Discovers Submerged Treasure Beneath 2,300-Year-Old Kushite Pyramid

Desert Diver Discovers Submerged Treasure Beneath 2,300-Year-Old Kushite Pyramid

Desert Diver Discovers Submerged Treasure Beneath 2,300-Year-Old Kushite Pyramid An underwater archaeologist has told the BBC of the incredible lengths he went through to enter a pharaoh’s tomb beneath a pyramid. Pearce Paul Creasman and his team were the first to reach the tomb for 100 years, and because of the increasing water levels, it became harder to access. Mr […]

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Record Floods Threaten Pyramid Sites in Sudan

Record Floods Threaten Pyramid Sites in Sudan

Worst River Nile Flooding in Over a Century Threatens Sudanese Pyramids The ancient Sudan pyramids, which stood for centuries, are now threatened with floods. The Nile River burst its banks and in the African country several people have already been killed. Increasing waters are also threatening to some of the most important historic sites in all sub-Saharan Africa, the famed Sudanese pyramids. Sudan’s farmers […]

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‘Siberian unicorn’ walked Earth with humans

'Siberian unicorn' walked Earth with humans

The Last of the Siberian Unicorns: What Happened to the Mammoth-Sized One-Horned Beasts of Legend? Elasmotherium is a species of extinct rhino also known as the Giant Rhinoceros and Giant Siberian Unicorn. which has been living in the Late Pliocene and Pleistocene eras in the Eurasian region. They were documented 2.6 million years ago, but the new fossils were documented around […]

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Oldest worship place in Black Sea region unearthed

Oldest worship place in Black Sea region unearthed

Kahin Tepe Excavation Uncovers Neolithic Temple in Turkey Archaeologists at Kahin Tepe site in Turkey have uncovered an ancient temple from the Stone Age, 7,000 to 12,000 years ago. This may have particularly important implications for understanding Anatolian prehistory. In addition, it seems that the connections between Kahin Tepe and the popular Göbekli Tepe have changed our perception of the evolution […]

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