Well-Preserved 3,000-Year-Old Pre-Viking Sword Unearthed in Denmark is Still Sharp

Well-Preserved 3,000-Year-Old Pre-Viking Sword Unearthed in Denmark is Still Sharp

Well-Preserved 3,000-Year-Old Pre-Viking Sword Unearthed in Denmark is Still Sharp An ancient sword was found in Denmark by 2 amateur archaeologists in the western part of the large Danish island of Zealand, home to Copenhagen. In the small town of Svebølle, Ernst Christiansen and Lis Therkelsen unearthed the find of a lifetime. It is not totally unheard for people in […]

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Over 1,000 Burials Found at Medieval Cemetery Under Cambridge University

Over 1,000 Burials Found at Medieval Cemetery Under Cambridge University

Over 1,000 Burials Found at Medieval Cemetery Under Cambridge University Lost medieval cemetery found under Cambridge University: The mass cemetery contained around about 1,000 burials, including about 400 complete skeletons. A lost medieval cemetery discovered under Cambridge University contained graves that had been pre-dug in anticipation of winter deaths, archaeologists have Found. The huge graveyard was found during Exavation Under the Old Divinity […]

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24 carat gold jewellery made 6,600 years ago found at prehistoric settlement in Bulgaria

24 carat gold jewellery made 6,600 years ago found at prehistoric settlement in Bulgaria

24-carat gold jewellery made 6,600 years ago found at prehistoric settlement in Bulgaria Archeologists from the National Archeology Institute of Bulgaria published details of the research carried out in the vicinity of modern-day Provadia and near the existing archeological site of Varna. They had probably located Solnitsata, the oldest city in Europe. The archeological community was amazed by the sophistication […]

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Fascinating history buried deep below St Bride’s Church, London.

Fascinating history buried deep below St Bride’s Church, London.

Fascinating history buried deep below St Bride’s Church, London. Designed by Christopher Wren in the late 17th century, St. Bride’s Church is a familiar part of the London skyline and has long been known as the “journalists’ church,” thanks to its location in the traditional hub of the British newspaper industry. One of its most intriguing features, however, had been completely […]

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The Mont’e Prama Giants: A Massive Archaeological Mystery

The Mont’e Prama Giants: A Massive Archaeological Mystery

The Mont’e Prama Giants: A Massive Archaeological Mystery The Mont’e Prama Giants are two to two and a half meter high sculptures believed to have been created by the Nuragic civilization, an ancient culture that inhabited the island of Sardinia between the XVIII and II centuries AD. Interestingly, NO written records of this civilization have been discovered apart from a few […]

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Celtic shield buried with Bronze Age warrior 2,000 years ago is ‘UK’s most important find’

Celtic shield buried with Bronze Age warrior 2,000 years ago is ‘UK’s most important find’

Celtic shield buried with Bronze Age warrior 2,000 years ago is ‘UK’s most important find’ Archeologists uncovered an amazing Iron Age shield within a 2,200-year-old tomb together with a cart and two ponies hidden in a springing location, in what archeologists call one of the UK’s biggest discoveries. The grave in the vicinity of Pocklington was found by a group […]

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Ancient Egyptian Inscriptions Found at Amethyst Mining Site

Ancient Egyptian Inscriptions Found at Amethyst Mining Site

Ancient Egyptian Inscriptions Found at Amethyst Mining Site Archaeologists have uncovered more than 100 ancient inscriptions carved into the rock at Wadi el-Hudi, where the ancient Egyptians mined amethyst. In addition to the carved-rock inscription, the researchers also found 14 steles (inscriptions carved on a stone slab or pillar) and 45 ostraca (inscriptions written on pieces of pottery). Analysis of the newfound […]

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Scientists uncover mysteries of ancient culture after studying oldest DNA ever from Africa

Scientists uncover mysteries of ancient culture after studying oldest DNA ever from Africa

Scientists uncover mysteries of ancient culture after studying oldest DNA ever from Africa: Burials from a cave in Morocco have yielded the oldest human DNA evidences yet from Africa, offering new insight into Stone Age migrations. The DNA sample come from one of the most ancient cemeteries in the world, the Grotte des Pigeons, near the village of Taforalt in northeast […]

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