Tour Through the Most Stunning Prehistoric Cave Paintings in the World

Tour Through the Most Stunning Prehistoric Cave Paintings in the World

Tour Through the Most Stunning Prehistoric Cave Paintings in the World Paintings and engraving on rocks started 10,000 years before civilizations such as Greece and Mesopotamia were born. Although most remain mysterious, they provide important clues to daily life, religious beliefs, and culture change among prehistoric people. It is somewhat remarkable that these delicate ancient records have long survived in […]

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Ancient Drug Dealers? Opium Discovered Inside Juglet Sealed for 3000 Years

Ancient Drug Dealers? Opium Discovered Inside Juglet Sealed for 3000 Years

Ancient Drug Dealers? Opium Discovered Inside Juglet Sealed for 3000 Years Researchers at York University and the British Museum discovered the traces of opioids in a unique vessel of the Late Bronze Age. This type of vessel, known as ‘base ring juglets,’ is believed to have long been linked with opium, as when inverted it resembles the seed heads of the […]

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Two rare Viking boat burials uncovered in Sweden

Two rare Viking boat burials uncovered in Sweden

Two rare Viking boat burials uncovered in Sweden In Sweden, archaeologists reported that two ship burials have been found that could add invaluable evidence to a Viking history in the region. In almost fifty years, there were no Viking ship burials found in the country , and now two have been found in one astounding swoop! Swedish archaeologists working with Arkeologerna […]

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An oldest hand-written Roman document discovered in London

An oldest hand-written Roman document discovered in London

An oldest hand-written Roman document discovered in London Archaeologists have recently announced that the findings of a dig in London were the first-ever written roman record. The record is handwritten and this is the most ancient written document found in Britain. The nature of the documents ‘content was revealed after the deciphering of the document was carried out by the Museum of London Archeology; the record is dated January 8, AD 57. The finding took place in a dig at Bloomberg’s new headquarters. MOLA (Museum of London Archeology) has also claimed that the documents with the oldest reference to the modern city of London had been translated successfully by a team of experts. About 700 big and small artefacts have produced the dig at the Bloomberg; including financial transactions and a […]

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