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Sea Monsters in the Desert? Remains of Cuddly Sea Cow Discovered in Egypt

In 2019, a team of scientists excavating in the scorched sands of ancient Egypt, far from the royal burial zone at Saqqara with its mummified animals and birds, uncovered the remains of a giant creature. Far, not only is distance, but even more so in time, for this prehistoric giant was alive about 40 million […]

Giant cat drawing discovered on a hillside in Peru

Archaeologists in Peru have discovered a new outline of a feline on a hillside in Nazca. They were carrying out maintenance in the area during the coronavirus pandemic. Such giant outlines are normally made of stones and are known as geoglyphs. The cat-shaped figure had been almost completely erased before it was uncovered. “Well, one […]

Complete 2,500-Year-Old Scythian Harness Discovered in Poland

An archaeologist has made a remarkable discovery in Poland after forgetting to turn off his metal detector. The accidental discovery uncovered a complete Iron Age harness that is over 2,500 years old, as well as a rare axe. The discoveries are providing a window into the Iron Age in Central Europe in the 6 th […]

Missing Link in Dinosaur Evolution Discovered in the Gobi Desert

Buried beneath the sands of Mongolia’s Gobi Desert for 68 million years, multiple skeletons of a new species of feathered, two-fingered, toothless dinosaurs have been unearthed by a team of researchers. Dubbed the Oksoko avarsan, this remarkable creature is thought to be a key ‘missing link’ and is already helping to demystify dinosaur evolution. Two […]

Dozens of Egyptian Mummies Discovered South Of Cairo

Archaeological authorities in Egypt have just announced the discovery of many new Egyptian mummies and precious statues . In all, at least 59 new coffins and mummies were found at one of Egypt’s most important archaeological sites: the renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site at Saqqara, a vast necropolis on a plateau just south of the […]

Runestone Discovered in Sweden Provides Window Into Viking Past

While plowing a field on his family farm in Småland, southern Sweden, Lennart Larsson came across a large stone. Larsson put the stone, which is 6 feet high (2 m) and 3 feet wide (1 m), to one side and planned to use it as a stepping stone for a new staircase in his home. […]

Danish Warship Sunk in Famous 17th Century Battle Discovered

Marine archaeologists are bringing many shipwrecks to light and changing our view of the past. In the Baltic Sea , off the coast of Denmark, divers have found the wreck of the Delmenhorst, a famous Danish battleship. This Danish warship sank in a decisive Danish naval defeat that changed the balance of power in Northern […]

High Levels Of Ancient Extreme Siberian Nomadic Violence Discovered

A Swiss-Russian team of archeologists, anthropologists and forensic experts have discovered evidence of extreme Siberian nomadic violence within communities of ancient Siberians. The team’s research findings of Siberian nomadic violence provide new insights into social life in Siberian nomadic peoples that is both surprising and detailed. The steppe nomads were horse-riding, bow-wielding warriors who dominated […]

At Least Thirteen 2500-year-old Coffins Discovered in Saqqara Burial Well

Egyptian archaeologists have announced the discovery of a 2,500-year-old burial site which contains “at least” thirteen ancient burials. Khaled Al-Anani, head of the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities , announced in a Facebook post that a team of archaeologists have unearthed the wooden caskets, found “stacked on top of each other” in an enclosed […]

Functioning Portal To The Otherworld Discovered at Maeshowe

Maeshowe is a Neolithic chambered cairn and passage grave situated on mainland  Orkney, the world-renowned, ancient monument-peppered archipelago located off the north east coast of Scotland. Constructed by Neolithic engineers around 2800 BC, this famous astronomically-aligned scheduled monument is a part of the Heart of Neolithic Orkney, a group of sites, including the Neolithic village  Skara Brae , that were designated a  […]

First Temple Period Palace Discovered Under The Heart Of Old Jerusalem

The Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) have announced the discovery of several dozen stone artifacts that date back to the First Temple Period, over 2500 years ago. They were found in a historic part of Jerusalem and it is believed that they are the remains of a palace. The stones from this First Temple Period palace […]

7,000-Year-Old Horned Face Image Discovered Under Ancient Polish Home

Archaeologists excavating in the village of Biskupice, Poland have discovery a mysterious 7,000-year-old ceramic fragment depicting a horned face image. The team of archaeologists were excavating three ancient homesteads at a prehistoric settlement associated with the Linear Pottery Culture (abbreviated as LBK from the German: Linearbandkeramik). During their excavations, they discovered over 3,000 ancient artifacts […]

South-Pawed Viking’s Sword Discovered In 1000-Year-Old Burial Mound

Norwegian archaeologists have discovered a 1000-year-old grave containing a rare Viking sword next to the body of what must have been an equally rare left-handed (south-pawed) Norse warrior. Vinjeøra is a village situated at the end of the Vinjefjorden (Vinje Fjord) on the European route E39 highway, about 12 kilometers south of the municipal center […]

Holy Grail of Christian Graffiti Discovered On 5th Century Chalice

A lead chalice-cup etched with Christian iconography and letters from three languages has been discovered in remains of 5th-century church on Hadrian’s Wall in England, but what does it say? Excavators digging at the famous the  Vindolanda Roman fort in Northumberland, in northern England near Hadrian’s Wall , have unearthed a 5th-century chalice emblazoned with religious […]

Ancient Sea Monster Discovered in Hull of King’s Ship

During the summer solstice of 1495 AD, the royal flagship Gribshunden of the Danish King Hans, also known as King John of Denmark, sank when sailing from Copenhagen to Kalmar, Sweden, where it was to meet Sten Sture the Elder as part of Hans’s claim to the Swedish throne. The shipwreck was discovered by sport […]

Roman Temple Discovered Under a Farmhouse in Malta

Malta lies at the very heart of the Mediterranean and it has many historic ruins and sites attesting to that fact. Now another feature has been added to the list. While working on a restoration project at a famous temple complex at Tas-Silġ, archaeologists made an amazing discovery. They unearthed the foundations of a very […]

Mysterious Pyramid Discovered In Antarctica Could Rewrite History

13K Shares There are a lot of famous wonders left by ancient civilizations which demonstrates how advanced they were during their time. We have Europe, Asia and Africa with their magnificent history and the fascinating monuments that were left behind. The Great Pyramid of Giza being one the most famous ancient wonders left by the […]

Ten Amazing Ice Age Artworks By The Magdalenians Discovered In England

Ten carved stones discovered in England a few years ago have been dated back to the last ice age . Researchers discovered the ten ice age artworks between 2014 and 2018 at an ancient hearth at Les Varines in southeastern Jersey, one of the English Channel islands. A team of archaeologists from Newcastle University and […]

11 New Species Of Sponges Discovered In Galapagos But Still Only One Species Of Human

Home » Biology, North America, Science » 11 New Species Of Sponges Discovered In Galapagos But Still Only One Species Of Human     Thirty new marine species have been discovered in the depths of the Galapagos archipelago, its National Park management announced on Monday: They include four species of okupa lobster, fifteen species of […]

11 News Species Of Sponges Discovered In Galapagos But Still Only One Species Of ‘Human’

Thirty new marine species have been discovered in the depths of the Galapagos archipelago, its National Park management announced on Monday: They include four species of okupa lobster, fifteen species of coral, one species of starfish and eleven species of sponges. These discoveries were made using unmanned underwater devices that can descend to a depth […]

Fields of Human Cages Discovered in Caruthers, California: Video

FEMA camps, portable human cages, it’s all real–all of it! Screenshot via Twitter In what can only be considered a completely communistic and diabolical plan to enslave the American people, a vast field containing what appears to be human cages outfitted with toilets was discovered in the California town of Caruthers. Human holding cells appear […]

Newly Discovered ‘Oldest Bed’ Found in South African Cave

Archaeologists in South Africa have claimed that they have evidence of the oldest bed ever found. They believe that they have discovered bedding material that dates from an incredible 200,000 years ago. It is much older than the earliest bedding that has previously been uncovered by experts. The exciting discovery was made in Border Cave […]

500,000-Year-Old Horse Bone Tools Discovered in England

Every doctor, physician and nutritionist who has ever donned a white coat would agree that, to a great extent, we humans really are what we eat. But over recent years, with advances in scanning technologies, archaeologists and anthropologists have begun to harness this undeniable fact, under the right circumstances, by using the dietary data contained […]

First Ever Viking Helmet Discovered in Britain

A re-evaluation of a helmet discovered in Yarm has led experts to believe that it is the earliest Anglo-Scandinavian helmet ever to have been found in the British Isles. The remarkable Yarm helmet is one of only two nearly complete Viking helmets ever unearthed. The latest study can help experts to better understand the evolution […]

Neolithic “Woodhenge” Discovered at Perdigões’ Complex Portugal

Remains of a Neolithic “Woodhenge” have recently been unearthed by a team of archaeologists at Perdigões in Portugal. The newly found wooden structure was built at the end of the Stone Age and is similar in design to the famous Stonehenge circle in England. The Perdigões Neolithic “Woodhenge” discovery is remarkable because nothing like it […]

Evidence of Waterway Engineered By Vikings Discovered In Scotland

Archaeologists in Scotland have discovered an extensive ancient Viking waterway cutting right through Orkney’s Mainland island. The Orkney Islands , known for their tall sandstone cliffs and world-famous seal colonies, are an archipelago located off the northeastern tip of Scotland. From an archaeological perspective “ The Heart of Neolithic Orkney ,” a group of 5,000-year-old […]

Archaeologists May Have Discovered the Birthplace of King Arthur: Legends Come to Life?

The discovery of 1500-year-old ruins at Tintagel in south-west England made headlines around the world. What appear to the be the walls of a Dark Age palace have been found in the exact place, and dating to the very time, King Arthur is said to have been born. The ruins of the upper mainland courtyards […]

Stone ‘Treasure Chest’ With Inca Offering Discovered In Lake Titicaca

Underwater archaeologists in Peru have discovered an ancient stone box containing treasures pertaining to an “alternative” sacrificial ritual, they reveal in a study to be published in Antiquity tomorrow. The Inca Empire dominated the Andes mountains of southwest South America during the 15th and 16th centuries until the arrival of Spanish conquistadors , and Lake […]

Stone ‘Treasure Chest’ With Inca Offerings Discovered In Lake Titicaca

Underwater archaeologists in Peru have discovered an ancient stone box containing treasures pertaining to an “alternative” sacrificial ritual, they reveal in a study published in Antiquity. The Inca Empire dominated the Andes mountains of southwest South America during the 15th and 16th centuries until the arrival of Spanish conquistadors , and Lake Titicaca was the mythological […]

700,000 years old Skull discovered in Greek cave

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700,000 years old Skull discovered in Greek cave, completely shatters the Out of Africa theory Posted by EU Times on Dec 4th, 2018 // No Comment Save “>   A skull that has the potential to challenge what we know about human evolution has been discovered in Greece in the 60s but unfortunately we only […]

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