Oldest Tree in the World Hidden in California’s White Mountains

Oldest Tree in the World Hidden in California’s White Mountains

Oldest Tree in the World Hidden in California’s White Mountains Meet California’s Methuselah Tree, The Oldest Tree In The World California’s Methuselah grove, which is home to the Methuselah tree, widely considered to be the oldest tree in the world. To protect the tree, its location has remained undisclosed, meaning no confirmed photos of it are publicly available. The Methuselah […]

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What an Ancient Roman Shoe Found in a Well Tells Us About Fashion

What an Ancient Roman Shoe Found in a Well Tells Us About Fashion

What an Ancient Roman Shoe Found in a Well Tells Us About Fashion Ancient Shoe Discovery Shows High Fashion Sense of Roman Footwear Italians are generally known throughout the world as excellent shoemakers. Their products are usually placed in a more luxurious category as the average person can afford their designer shoes. However, their predecessors on the Italian Peninsula ― […]

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Archaeologists discover medieval skeleton with his boots still on in London

Archaeologists discover medieval skeleton with his boots still on in London

Archaeologists discover medieval skeleton with his boots still on in London Archaeologists excavating a site along the Thames Tideway Tunnel—a massive pipeline nicknamed London’s “super sewer”—have revealed the skeleton of a medieval man who literally died with his boots on. “It’s extremely rare to discover any boots from the late 15th century, let alone a skeleton still wearing them,” says Beth Richardson of the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA). […]

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How Jesus died: Archaeologist Found rare evidence of Roman crucifixion uncovered in Italy

How Jesus died: Archaeologist Found rare evidence of Roman crucifixion uncovered in Italy

How Jesus died: Archaeologist Found rare evidence of Roman crucifixion uncovered in Italy The body of a man buried in northern Italy 2,000 years ago shows signs that he died after being nailed to a wooden cross, the technique used for the execution of Jesus described in the Christian Bible. In spite of the fact crucifixion was a common form of capital […]

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The 2,000-year-old gladiator’s helmet discovered in Pompeii’s ruins

The 2,000-year-old gladiator’s helmet discovered in Pompeii’s ruins

The 2,000-year-old gladiator’s helmet discovered in Pompeii’s ruins The centerpiece of today’s presentation in Melbourne is a gladiator’s helmet, left in the ruins of Pompeii. The 2,000-year-old bronze helmet is one of 250 items brought together at the Melbourne Museum to illustrate life in the ancient city. Brett Dunlop, the museum curator, says the helmet survived the Vesuvius and was […]

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Mystery over ‘extraordinary’ haul of Bronze Age weapons unearthed in London leaves experts baffled

Mystery over ‘extraordinary’ haul of Bronze Age weapons unearthed in London leaves experts baffled

Mystery over ‘extraordinary’ haul of Bronze Age weapons unearthed in London leaves experts baffled In England, archeologists have announced that Age weapons and tools of Bronze Age, almost 3000 years old, has been discovered. They have been found on a building site in London. The find is very important because it gives researchers a glimpse of prehistoric society. The discovery […]

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Pre-Roman Prince’s Tomb Packed With Treasures Found in Italy

Pre-Roman Prince’s Tomb Packed With Treasures Found in Italy

Pre-Roman Prince’s Tomb Packed With Treasures Found in Italy In Italy a Iron Age tomb was found filled with weapons and a chariot. In a newly discovered Iron Age tomb in Central Italy, Archeologists found the remains of an entire iron-wheeled war chariot, a new study found. There are also other resources in the lavish tomb, including the weapons collection, the […]

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Archaeologist Found 1,500 Year Old Rare Painting Depicting Jesus Found in Negev Desert

Archaeologist Found 1,500 Year Old Rare Painting Depicting Jesus Found in Negev Desert

Archaeologist Found 1,500 Year Old Rare Painting Depicting Jesus Found in Negev Desert The portrait of Jesus Christ is thought to date back to the 6th century AD It was seen in the ruins of a  Byzantine church in Israel’s Negev desert The portrait shows a young Jesus’s facial outline and uncovers he had short hair Importance stems from it pre-dating religious symbols in the […]

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Mosaic Fragments Uncovered at Roman Villa in Georgia

Mosaic Fragments Uncovered at Roman Villa in Georgia

Mosaic Fragments Uncovered at Roman Villa in Georgia For several years the Polish-Georgian excavations have been taking place in the Roman Fort of Apsaros, in Gonio, near Batumi resort, West Georgia. In the course of this year’s research, archaeologists continued excavations of the stunning villa of the commander of the Roman Garrison within 2000 years of existence. “We found the […]

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