Ancient Gateway to Quicksilver Palace Discovered In Spain

Ancient Gateway to Quicksilver Palace Discovered In Spain

Ancient Gateway to Quicksilver Palace Discovered In Spain The fabulous Islamic palace-city Medina Azahara lost gate of the 10th century, which was destroyed by fire in 1010 during a civil war, has been uncovered in southern Spain. The palace— whose name means’ the shining city’ — was built by Abd-al-Rahman III, the first Caliph of Córdoba, beginning around 936–940 AD […]

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Two 19th-Century Ships Discovered Off Coast of Australia

Two 19th-Century Ships Discovered Off Coast of Australia

Two 19th-Century Ships Discovered Off Coast of Australia Experts have searched the Indian Ocean for the past four years in an effort to finding Malaysian Airlines ‘ MH370 flight that was vanished in mysterious circumstances in March 2014. Such efforts were unable to find the plane with the exception of some pieces of debris. but during the searching for MH370, researchers […]

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Scientists identify ‘mummy juice’ in Egyptian sarcophagus

Scientists identify ‘mummy juice’ in Egyptian sarcophagus

Scientists identify ‘mummy juice’ in Egyptian sarcophagus In Alexandria, Egypt, there was an opening of a mysterious, black granite sarcophagus that dates back to the time when Alexander the Great invaded the city, in 332 B.C. At the time the discovery was announced earlier this month, there was speculation that the massive coffin held the remains of Alexander and that […]

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Riches Unearthed in Turkey’s ‘Land of the Blind’

Riches Unearthed in Turkey’s ‘Land of the Blind’

Riches Unearthed in Turkey’s ‘Land of the Blind’ Archaeological excavations at an Istanbul train station revealed the rich past of the ancient city khalkedon (Kadıköy), also called “the land of the blind,” and discovered a wealth of historical sites including tombs, artifacts and bathes. Excavations for subway construction uncovered historical remains around the historical Haydarpaşa station, which is situated on the […]

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Early humans feasted on fish in the Sahara Desert 10,000 years ago

Early humans feasted on fish in the Sahara Desert 10,000 years ago

Early humans feasted on fish in the Sahara Desert 10,000 years ago A large number of remains of animals–including fish–were discovered by archaeologists at a site in the Sahara Desert, bringing new light on the ancient peoples that once lived there. According to a report published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE, on recent investigations into the Takarkori rock shelter […]

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Bones of Medieval Saint and Princess Found Hidden in Church Wall

Bones of Medieval Saint and Princess Found Hidden in Church Wall

Bones of Medieval Saint and Princess Found Hidden in Church Wall Ancient human remains preserved in the Kent Church today were confirmed by a ‘ stunning result of national importance, One of the earliest saints in England. ‘ which took the ‘ forgotten history to the surface. ‘ Bones from around the seventh century are those of St Eanswythe, the Anglo-Saxon […]

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Huge 1,500-Year-Old Arrowhead Released From Melting Glacier

Huge 1,500-Year-Old Arrowhead Released From Melting Glacier

Huge 1,500-Year-Old Arrowhead Released From Melting Glacier A Viking shot that has been hidden in a glacier for 1,500 years, has revealed climate change. Along with the arrow shaft and one of the feathers of glaciers located in southern Norway, was an ancient arrowhead dating back to Germanic Iron Age was discovered in southern Norway. The iron arrowhead weighs only a […]

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Archaeologists In U.S.A Discovered Sinkhole suggests humans were in Florida 14,500 years ago

Archaeologists In U.S.A Discovered Sinkhole suggests humans were in Florida 14,500 years ago

Archaeologists In U.S.A Discovered Sinkhole suggests humans were in Florida 14,500 years ago A stone knife, mastodon bones and fossilized dung Discovered in an underwater sinkhole show that humans lived in north Florida about 14,500 years ago, according to new research that recommends the colonization of the Americas was far more complex than originally believed. Archaeologists have known about the sinkhole in the Aucilla river, […]

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2,000-Year-Old Leopard Face Painting Reconstructed From Egyptian Sarcophagus

2,000-Year-Old Leopard Face Painting Reconstructed From Egyptian Sarcophagus

2,000-Year-Old Leopard Face Painting Reconstructed From Egyptian Sarcophagus Excavation of an ancient city of the dead in Aswan, Egypt, recently revealed fragments of a sarcophageal lid that had been decorated with the colorful face of a leopard.  The first image showing a digital reconstruction of the artwork fragment discovered in a necropolis containing 300 tombs dated back to the seventh […]

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