Posts Tagged ‘discovered’

Another Covid Myth Dies: CDC Discovered Risk of Infection from Touching a Surface is ‘LOW’

Going to the grocery store in Massachusetts in 2020 guaranteed you would breathe heaps of sanitizer. A full-time employee scrubbed down shopping carts between customers. Conveyor belts at the checkout counter were blasted and wiped between every sale. Glass surfaces were sprayed as often as possible. The plastic keypads on credit machines were not only […]

70 historical petroglyphs discovered in central Iran

 TEHRAN – A total of 70 historical rock-carved petroglyphs, which experts believe date back to the Sassanid era, have recently been discovered in Mahallat county of Markazi province in central Iran. “Yesterday, 70 petroglyphs were in Sanjeh Bashi district of Mahallat county,” CHTN quoted Mehdi La’lbar, the tourism chief of Mahallat, as saying on Thursday. […]

‘Mind-blowing’ Find in Egypt! Lost Golden City Discovered in Luxor

Thousands of years ago a fabulous settlement was buried under the sands. Now, an Egyptian mission led by Zahi Hawass has discovered the ruins of the so-called “Lost Golden City” that has been linked to such big names in ancient Egyptian history as Amenhotep III, Tutankhamun, Ay, and Akhenaton. A post by the Ministry of […]

Three historical objects discovered in Siraf port

TEHRAN – Three historical objects have recently been identified in the ancient port of Siraf in southwest Iran. The discovery includes two pieces of plaster and a stone object that has been cleaned and transferred to the cultural office of the port city, a local tourism official said on Wednesday. “The objects were found during […]

New Human Ancestor Species Discovered… And it had a Tail!

A multi-disciplinary and multi-national team of archaeologists, anthropologists and geneticists in Siberia have announced the sensational discovery of a new hominid species that interbred with our own species, Homo sapiens, leaving genetic traces that can be seen in living people today spanning the Ukraine and Russia and down through Mongolia, Korea, and China. The most […]

Antisemitic comments discovered on the Auschwitz Google Maps site

The Google Maps site for the Auschwitz concentration camp has been investigated after British newspaper The Guardian discovered there were more than 150 antisemitic comments posted, according to a report by Algemeiner.  However, the majority of these comments remained online 24 hours after they were reported to Google by The Guardian.Google Maps was then slammed […]

Dead Sea Scroll Fragments Discovered In Judean Desert Cave

Dozens of fragments of a 2,000-year-old biblical “Dead Sea scroll” have been found in a cave in the Judean desert, Israel. It is the first time such text has been found in 60 years, since the motherload of Dead Sea scrolls was found in the 40’s and 50’s. They are one of a number of finds […]

Ancient Christian Ruins with Biblical Inscriptions Discovered in Egypt

A series of ancient Christian ruins, including monks’ cells and the remains of three churches with well-preserved biblical inscriptions, have been found in Egypt dating back to the fourth century AD.  The findings reveal insights into the earliest monastic gatherings in Egypt over 1,500 years ago.  The Egyptian ministry of tourism and antiquities announced that the […]

Major Megalithic Cemetery Discovered with Dozens of Tombs

Archaeologists have discovered a large and unique megalithic cemetery in south-central Poland. It has been dated to 5,500 years old, contains dozens of tombs, and researchers say, “a similar establishment is unknown in Poland.” How Did Archaeologists Find the Megalithic Cemetery? Researchers first noticed the site by studying  satellite imagery  of a field. A geophysical survey of […]

Pavlopetri: 5,000-Year-Old Town Discovered Underwater in Greece

Nothing sparks the imagination of history enthusiasts quite like underwater discoveries, ranging from sunken cities to the millions of shipwrecks still unexplored on the seabed. The bottom of the seas and oceans of the world have been described as the biggest museum of the world, with less than 1% of the ocean floor having been […]

Pompeii: First Ever Roman Ceremonial Chariot Discovered in Italy!

Archaeologists excavating the ruins of a settlement north of Pompeii have discovered an exceptional ceremonial chariot that is almost intact. The ancient carriage is made from iron, bronze and tin and contains well-preserved bronze decorations. The discovery is ‘without precedent in Italy’.  The four-wheeled carriage was found inside a double-level portico near the stables of […]

Ancient Roman ‘Lamborghini’ chariot discovered at Pompeii in immaculate condition (PHOTOS)

Archaeologists are gushing after “an extraordinary find” of a perfectly preserved chariot with “no parallel in Italy thus far” was made at Pompeii. The “exceptional discovery” has already been described by one expert in the ancient world as the equivalent of discovering a Roman-era sports car.  “Many of the vehicles I’d written about before … […]

Islamic Bathhouse Discovered in Seville Tapas Bar

Renovations in a Spanish tapas bar in Seville, southern Spain, have uncovered a forgotten 12 th-century Islamic bathhouse. The ancient structure was covered up in the early 20th century by an architect while he was constructing a new hotel on the historic site. The lucky tapas bar owners discovered the 800-year-old structure while they were […]

The Oldest? 17,300-Year-Old Kangaroo Painting Discovered in Australia

A life size red ochre  kangaroo painting has been discovered in  Australia. The ancient artwork has been dated to around 17,300 years old and the researchers are calling it “the oldest dated painted figure in an Australian rock shelter.” What can it tell us about the ancient history of Australia? The Oldest Roo In Oz: Kangaroo […]

2,000-Year-Old Moth Meal Discovered in Australia

Cloggs Cave near Buchan, in eastern Victoria’s alpine region, is located on ancestral territory of the Gunaikurnai people. This is the location of the first conclusive archaeological evidence of insect food remains found on a stone tool. They are the remnants of an ancient moth. This discovery not only represents the earliest conclusive archaeological evidence […]

800-Year-Old Boomerang Discovered in Australian Creek

A family in Australia noticed a “glowing object” lying beside a remote river. They crossed the river and examined the v-shaped item which turned out to be a boomerang. But not just any old-boomerang: this one’s a really old boomerang, with archaeologists in Australia claiming its 800 years old. The Boon Wurrung boomerang is one […]

5,000-Year-Old Giant Beer Factory Discovered in Abydos, Egypt

Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed the earliest known “Beer Mega-factory,” an ancient beer factory that was producing mind-altering brews at least 5,000-years-ago. This adds to a long line of ancient beer-related discoveries which have helped the archaeological community understand more about the history of this ancient beverage. An ancient beer factory has been discovered at […]

17,000-Year-Old Musical Instrument Is “Discovered” By Archaeologists

During a recent inventory of items held at a museum of natural history in Toulouse, a team of archaeological researchers took the opportunity to re-examine a conch (sea snail) shell retrieved in 1931 from the Marsoulas cave in southern France. Based on its curvature and enclosed shape, it was long believed that the conch shell […]

Unique Viking Runes Discovered in Denmark

“These are the runes we’ve been missing,” says archaeologist. A comb with a runic inscription of the word “comb,” perhaps doesn’t sound so sensational. But it is. The comb dates to the early Viking Age around 800 CE. Just a handful of runic texts from this period exists. The comb was discovered during excavations of […]

Rare Pre-Hispanic Chimú Burial Discovered In Peru

Archaeologists in northern Peru have unearthed a rare Chimú culture body with three sacred vessels. The Chimú culture existed from approximately 900 AD until 1470 AD and inhabited the northern coast of modern-day Peru, centered around their main settlement of Chan Chan . Last week, gas workers in the shanty town of Bolivar, in the city […]

Achaemenid-era objects discovered in western Iran

TEHRAN- Iranian authorities have confiscated 18 prehistoric objects, which are estimated to date back to Achaemenid times, from three smugglers in Delfan county, western province of Lorestan, a senior police official has announced.  The objects were recovered during a police inspection after a passing car attracted suspicion at a local checkpoint, IRNA quoted Mohammad Mahdian-Nasab […]

‘Royal Purple’ Fabric Dating to Time of King David Discovered in Israel

JERUSALEM — Remnants of purple-dyed fabric dating to the time of King David have been discovered in the Timna Valley in Israel. According to reports, researchers found “remnants of woven fabric, a tassel and fibers of wool dyed with royal purple,” the first of which, using radiocarbon dating, have been found to be dated to the […]

Astronomers detect newly-discovered star FLIPPING its powerful radio beam in never-before-seen behavior

Astronomers have discovered a unique kind of star behaving rather strangely around 15,000 light years away, blasting its radio wave beam in odd directions and appearing to flip its polarity. The magnetar Swift J1818.0–1607, discovered in 2020, is one of just 30 other such objects detected in the Milky Way (so far). Swift is rare […]

Regarding Putin’s Palace Worth of 1 Billion, We just Discovered One Picture was Photoshopped

Home » Economy, Europe, Manipulation » Regarding Putin’s Palace Worth of 1 Billion, We just Discovered One Picture was Photoshopped     The entire mainstream media, including the Russian one is running a story about Vladimir Putin being one of the richest people in the world, owning at least $200 Billion and a huge palace […]

Was Heinrich Himmler’s ‘Nazi Witch Library’ Discovered in a Czech Library?

In 2016, along with a vast array of international publications, the Daily Mail picked up a story that had been published by a Norwegian-based paper prior to a conference about the confiscation of literature by the Nazis during WWII. The article reported that a massive collection of 13,000 books related to witchcraft and the occult […]

Jug of Priceless Ancient Roman Coins Discovered in Special Turkish City

A “very special and unique collection” of ancient Roman coins have been unearthed at an equally special 5,000-year-old archaeological site in Turkey. More than 650 priceless coins were found at Aizanoi, which is located in the Kutahya province and has been compared to the famous ancient city of Ephesus. A Jug of Rare Ancient Roman […]

Hidden Bunker Discovered in Warsaw Ghetto

One of the most famous pictures of Jews being rounded up by Nazi Germans during the Holocaust, this from the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in May 1943. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. JNS.org – A bunker containing 100-year-old tefillin (phylacteries) hidden from the Nazis in World War II has been discovered in the ruins of the Warsaw Ghetto. […]

Secret bunker discovered beneath Warsaw Ghetto in Poland

A secret underground bunker has been discovered under the ruins of the Warsaw Ghetto with ten pairs of Jewish Tefillin (phylacteries) hidden behind other items, Israel Hayom reported.  The area of the Warsaw Ghetto is being demolished by the Polish authorities to make room for residential building. The bunker was discovered following demolition work done […]

5000-Year-Old Prehistoric Temple Discovered On Scottish Island

An ancient “cursus monument” was discovered at the Tormore site on the Isle of Arran. The archaeologists working at the site think it is likely that people traveled from all over what is today Scotland to the western island around 5,000 years ago to visit this prehistoric temple. A chambered cairn was discovered at this […]

Ancient Treasures Discovered in Roman Shipwreck at Kasos

Greek underwater divers and marine archaeologists have discovered hoards of ancient treasures onboard shipwrecks off the coast of Kasos Island. But now, a rare Roman shipwreck has been discovered, and the distant origins of its cargo are helping to paint a clearer picture of international trade in the ancient Mediterranean. Kasos, or Kassos, is the southernmost […]

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