THE MARI PEOPLE – THE LAST PAGANS OF EUROPE

THE MARI PEOPLE – THE LAST PAGANS OF EUROPE

The Mysterious Mari People – Last Pagans of Europe A Finno-Ugrian population of about 600,000, the Mari are mostly located in the Mari EI Republic, one of the several semi-autonomous ethnic republics of the Russian Federation. Just 15 % of the republic’s population continued to adopt the old belief, and only 45% were Mari (most are ethnic Russians) of the population […]

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Dozens of decapitated skeletons unearthed in mysterious Roman Cemetery

Dozens of decapitated skeletons unearthed in mysterious Roman Cemetery

Dozens of decapitated skeletons unearthed in mysterious Roman Cemetery The 52 skeletons that were discovered in 4th century A.D. Cemetery, 17, was decapitated. And nearly every head was resting between the legs or feet of its owner’s. It is not clear why these decapitations happened, but “this is a deliberate funeral ritual that can be associated with a particular group of […]

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THE INSIDE OF A REDISCOVERED ICE HOUSE NEAR REGENT’S PARK IN CENTRAL LONDON.

THE INSIDE OF A REDISCOVERED ICE HOUSE NEAR REGENT’S PARK IN CENTRAL LONDON.

Late Eighteenth-Century Ice House Found in London Archaeologists now discovered a link to the lost ice trade of the capital with the rediscovery of an enormous 18th-century ice store, under the most prestigious addresses in London, the existence of which has almost entirely been forgotten. The cavernous underground structure was built in the 1780s just south of Regent ‘s Park and […]

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Part of Hadrian’s Wall is discovered in Newcastle city center in England

Part of Hadrian’s Wall is discovered in Newcastle city center in England

Part of Hadrian’s Wall is discovered in Newcastle city center in England During the investigations on-site as part of a scheme to revive a historic building in Newcastle city the Hadrians’ Wall was uncovered. The section of the wall on Westgate Road was discovered outside the Mining Institute. It was reportedly last seen during a site excavation in 1952. But […]

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