Golden hoard of Roman jewellery found hidden from Queen Boudicca and her army

Golden hoard of Roman jewellery found hidden from Queen Boudicca and her army

Golden hoard of Roman jewellery found hidden from Queen Boudicca and her army For the first time, after it was first discovered two years ago hidden under a department store in Essex, a stockwork of exquisite Roman jewels was displayed, and the jewelry was believed to have been hastily buried in order to hide it from the Queen Boudicca raiding […]

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London Excavations Reveal Medieval Theater Complex

London Excavations Reveal Medieval Theater Complex

London Excavations Reveal Medieval Theater Complex: A new excavation at a Shakespearean playhouse in Shoreditch has revealed that it was turned into a sprawling complex for theatre goers by 16th-century actor and impresario James Burbage. The Theatre, not to be confused with the nearby Curtain play house, was built in 1576, and its remains were only found in 2008. It […]

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Scientists have found that the tomb of Jesus Christ is far older than people thought

Scientists have found that the tomb of Jesus Christ is far older than people thought

Scientists have found that the tomb of Jesus Christ is far older than people thought Scientific studies indicate that a tomb that, according to legend, held Jesus Christ’s body dates back nearly 1,700 years. It is unknown whether the tomb ever really kept Jesus ‘ body. The limestone bed dates back to nearly 300 years after Jesus ‘ death. In […]

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Archaeologist discovered One of the earliest images of Jesus’ unearthed in an Egyptian tomb

Archaeologist discovered One of the earliest images of Jesus’ unearthed in an Egyptian tomb

Archaeologist discovered One of the earliest images of Jesus’ unearthed in an Egyptian tomb A group of Catalan archaeologists believes it has unearthed one of the earliest images of Jesus Christ buried deep in an ancient Egyptian tomb. Specialists at the University of Barcelona discovered an underground structure in the ancient Egyptian city of Oxyrhynchu which may have acted as a resting place for a number […]

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Archaeologist Recently Discovered Oldest handwritten documents in UK Excavated in London dig

Archaeologist Recently Discovered Oldest handwritten documents in UK Excavated in London dig

Archaeologist Recently Discovered Oldest handwritten documents in UK Excavated in London dig Tertius the Brewer, Junius the Cooper and Julius Classicus – the up-and-coming military commander who would turn traitor against Rome a decade later – have sprung back to life from the first decade of Roman London, their names – along with the first reference to London itself – […]

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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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