Gavin Ellis is always searching for something interesting, in between writing, studying and living in the Dublin Bay South, Ireland.

Archaeologists discover 800-year-old ‘treasure tunnels’ built-in Israel by the Knights Templar Christian warriors

Archaeologists Uncover 800-Year-Old ‘Treasure Tunnels’ Of The Knights Templar Under Israeli City

Archaeologists Uncover 800-Year-Old ‘Treasure Tunnels’ Of The Knights Templar Under Israeli City The secrets of the Knights Templar have been unearthed by archaeologists in Israel. A set of ‘lost’ tunnels leading to a treasure tower were discovered, which the legendary warrior monks would have used to transport their gold around 800 years ago. Remnants of the soldiers’ extravagant headquarters were […]

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Wooden Shigir idol found to be over twice as old as Egyptian pyramids

Pyramids discovered in Russia twice as old as Egyptian

Wooden Shigir idol found to be over twice as old as Egyptian pyramids A twice as old as the Egyptian pyramids, scientists have found a giant, human-like figure, cut out from wood and discovered in Russia. In 1894, gold miners discovered the elongated structure called the Shigir Idol. However, in the late 1990s, about 100 years later, researchers found that it […]

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Laser scanning reveals ‘lost’ ancient Mexican city ‘had as many buildings as Manhattan’

Laser scanning reveals 'lost' ancient Mexican city 'had as many buildings as Manhattan'

Ancient Mexican City May Have Had As Many Buildings As Manhattan Archaeologists in Mexico have uncovered an ancient civilization that may have held as many buildings as modern-day Manhattan. Roughly half an hour’s drive from the city of Morelia, west of Mexico City, the city is believed to have been built around the year 900 A.D. by a group of people […]

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Barbaric footage shows bull kill itself after partygoers set fire to its horns

Barbaric footage shows bull kill itself after partygoers set fire to its horns

Barbaric footage shows bull kill itself after partygoers set fire to its horns At the festival of “Bulls on Street, a modernized version of Spain’s interesting Running of the Bulls was a bull’s horns were set ablaze, causing the frightened animal to run right into a pole. While Spain is known for its bullfighting, this instance of a bull killing itself […]

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A Roman fort has been discovered under where thousands of us have walked in Exeter city centre

A Roman fort has been discovered under where thousands of us have walked in Exeter city centre

A Roman fort has been discovered under where thousands of us have walked in Exeter city centre Under the bus stop of Exeter, the remains of a Roman fort have been found. The finds which took place during the reconstruction of the site in Devon town have been defined by archeologists as significant and unexpected. First, a Roman ditch was revealed, […]

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