Part of Hadrian’s Wall is discovered in Newcastle city center in England

Part of Hadrian’s Wall is discovered in Newcastle city center in England

Part of Hadrian’s Wall is discovered in Newcastle city center in England During the investigations on-site as part of a scheme to revive a historic building in Newcastle city the Hadrians’ Wall was uncovered. The section of the wall on Westgate Road was discovered outside the Mining Institute. It was reportedly last seen during a site excavation in 1952. But […]

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Toppled Trees in Florida Reveal 19th-Century Fort where 270 escaped slaves died

Toppled Trees in Florida Reveal 19th-Century Fort where 270 escaped slaves died

Toppled Trees in Florida Reveal 19th-Century Fort where 270 escaped slaves died A post overlooking the Apalachicola River, 200 years ago, housed what historians say at the time was the largest community of freed slaves in North America. Hurricane Michael gave an unprecedented opportunity for archaeologists to research its story, a significant tale of black resistance that ended in bloodshed. The area, […]

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Ruins of a 3000-year-old Armenian castle found in Lake Van – Turkey

Ruins of a 3000-year-old Armenian castle found in Lake Van – Turkey

Ruins of a 3000-year-old Armenian castle found in Lake Van – Turkey The remains of an ancient fortification, 3,000 years old, have been discovered at the bottom of Turkey ‘s largest lake. Divers exploring Lake Van have uncovered the tremendously well-preserved wall of a castle, which the Urartu civilization thought to have been built. Experts had been studying the water body for a decade before revealing that the fortress was lost deep under its surface. The discovery was made by a […]

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