The ramp that may have been used to build Egypt’s Great Pyramid

The ramp that may have been used to build Egypt's Great Pyramid

The ramp that may have been used to build Egypt’s Great Pyramid Archaeologists may be one step closer to figuring out how Egypt’s Great Pyramid was constructed thousands of years ago. According to Live Science, the remnants of a 4,500-year-old ramp structure have been discovered in an ancient quarry in the Eastern Desert. The ramp’s architecture indicates it was used […]

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Pyramid-shaped site in Aegean Sea reveals clues on early Greek society

Pyramid-shaped site in Aegean Sea reveals clues on early Greek society

Pyramid-shaped site in Aegean Sea reveals clues on early Greek society Exciting findings on a small Greek ‘pyramid’ island in the Aegean Sea are leading to new prehistoric Greek scientific theories. Excavations on this island, about 125 miles from Athens, are discovering the world’s earliest truly monumental complex of buildings. According to The Independent, “dating back 4,600 years, the site […]

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How archaeologists discovered ‘remarkable 2,000-year-old Roman secret’

How archaeologists discovered ‘remarkable 2,000-year-old Roman secret’

How archaeologists discovered ‘remarkable 2,000-year-old Roman secret’ By chance, POMPEII archaeologists stumbled across a “remarkable” 2,000-year-old Roman Empire secret. Mount Vesuvius erupted in one of the deadliest volcanic eruptions in history in 79 AD, sprawling a cloud of superheated tephra and gases up to 21 miles in the air. This natural disaster expelled molten rock, pulverized pumice, and hot ash at […]

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Archaeology: Room found where Roman emperor Hadrian held power breakfasts 1,900 years ago

Archaeology: Room found where Roman emperor Hadrian held power breakfasts 1,900 years ago

Archaeology: Room found where Roman emperor Hadrian held power breakfasts 1,900 years ago A room has been discovered in which the Roman emperor Hadrian and his reportedly long-suffering wife Vibia Sabina arranged elaborate power breakfasts 1,900 years ago. Archaeologists discovered the scene at the Villa Adriana, a sprawling 200-acre complex in Tivoli that was originally built for the Emperor as […]

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Artifacts Buried for 10,000 Years Belonging to Mystery People Emerge From Melting Glaciers

Artifacts Buried for 10,000 Years Belonging to Mystery People Emerge From Melting Glaciers

Artifacts Buried for 10,000 Years Belonging to Mystery People Emerge From Melting Glaciers The group climbed the steep mountainside, clambering across an Alpine glacier, before they found what they were looking for: a crystal vein containing the precious rocks needed to sculpt their tools. Archaeologists have deduced this after discovering evidence of a 9,500-year-old search for crystals by hunters and […]

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Massive Pyramid, Lost City and Ancient Human Sacrifices Unearthed in China

Massive Pyramid, Lost City and Ancient Human Sacrifices Unearthed in China

Massive Pyramid, Lost City and Ancient Human Sacrifices Unearthed in China Archaeologists have uncovered the ruins of an ancient abandoned city in China that practiced human sacrifice. Shimao, a Neolithic site in present-day Shaanxi province, was once believed to be an unexcavated part of  the Great Wall of China. However, archaeologists researching the site now believe it was once a […]

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Ancient Christian ruins discovered in Egypt reveal ‘nature of monastic life’

Ancient Christian ruins discovered in Egypt reveal 'nature of monastic life'

Ancient Christian ruins discovered in Egypt reveal ‘nature of monastic life’ The Egyptian antiquities ministry announced on March 13 that a French-Norwegian excavation team had discovered new Christian ruins in Egypt’s Western Desert, exposing monastic life in the area in the fifth century AD. During its third excavation campaign at the Tal Ganoub Qasr al-Agouz site in the Bahariya Oasis, […]

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Drone Survey unveils an undiscovered settlement

Drone Survey unveils an undiscovered settlement

Drones find signs of a Native American ‘Great Settlement’ beneath a Kansas pasture Scientists believe hidden remains of a horseshoe-shaped ditch dug by ancestors of today’s Wichita and Affiliated Tribes were discovered by specially designed drones flying over a Kansas cattle ranch. The discovery supports theories that the Kansas site was part of a sprawling population centre known as the […]

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