Posts Tagged ‘artifacts’

Artifacts Suggest Sorcerers Were At Work on the Pilgrimage Road to Mecca

Recent discoveries adjacent to the ancient Pilgrimage Road, known as Darb al-Hajj, have led researchers to suggest that Muslim pilgrims traveling from Cairo to Mecca around four centuries ago may have sought the services of professional sorcerers on their spiritual journey.  Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later  Source

3,000-Year-Old Woven Artifacts Discovered at Ancestral Alutiiq Site

A significant discovery was made by archaeologists from the Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Repository: fragments of woven grass artifacts, believed to be 3,000 years old. These pieces were unearthed in August, 2023, at an ancestral sod dwelling site near Karluk Lake on Kodiak Island. The discovery showcases the oldest known evidence of Kodiak Alutiiq/Sugpiaq weaving. […]

Mystery of the Latin Inscribed Artifacts Found in Arizona (Video)

Charles Manier’s serendipitous discovery in 1924 led to the unearthing of 32 lead artifacts inscribed with Latin text near Tucson, Arizona. Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News Unexplained Phenomena Videos Read Later  Source

Trove of Ancient Artifacts Discovered in Paestum Include Dolphin Statuette of Eros

Archaeological excavations in southern Italy have yielded a treasure trove of Greek artifacts from the ancient city of Paestum.  Located on the famed Amalfi coast close to Pompeii, a ‘significant’ collection of artifacts has been found, including terracotta bull heads, and a figurine of the Greek god of love, Eros , riding a dolphin. This […]

Jade Beauty: 15 Must-See Artifacts in Pictures

Jade has been used by ancient civilizations for thousands of years, dating back to the Neolithic period. The precious stone was highly valued by the Chinese and was often referred to as “the royal gem.” Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News Read Later  Source

An Abundance of Artifacts Unearthed at Falasarna Acropolis in Crete

Excavations at the acropolis in Falasarna (also Phalasarna) in the far west of Crete continue to produce rich archaeological bounty. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Europe Read Later  Source

Uber culture: How the ride-sharing app helped Ukraine save its historic artifacts

Ride-sharing app Uber’s CEO Dara Khosrowshahi spoke to Euronews about the company’s recent philanthropic endeavours. Ukraine’s cultural sites have not been spared from shelling by Russian forces. Speaking to Euronews, Khosrowshahi explained that the company tried to help in any way it could. “We started on the ground in Ukraine really focusing on helping refugees get to […]

Oldest Artifacts In Mexican Basin Were Walked Over Daily at Chapultepec

Archaeologists in Mexico have discovered a layer of tools, utensils, and otherworldly figures in an ancient ceramic layer.  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Mexican Archaeologists Find Over 2,500 Rare Wooden Aztec Artifacts!

Archaeologists in Mexico have unearthed one of the largest and most impressive collections of Aztec artifacts ever found, just northeast of the central plaza of Mexico City. Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Man Angry at His Girlfriend Smashes Ancient Greek Artifacts Worth $5 Million!

A man “mad at his girl” broke into The Dallas Museum of Art in Texas and destroyed three Greek artifacts, estimated to be worth up to $5 million and faces years in jail.   Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Egypt unveils a treasure trove of ancient artifacts

Egyptian antiquities authorities on Monday put on display a set of 2,500-year-old artifacts recently unearthed at the famous Saqqara necropolis near Cairo.

Russian Soldiers Empty Ukraine Museum Of Scythian Artifacts

Russian soldiers have entered a Ukrainian museum where they stole a priceless collection of ancient artifacts. Their haul included a 2,300-year-old Scythian gold crown. Read more Section:  News General Read Later 

‘Lost’ Viking Village Artifacts Emerge From Norwegian Basement Archive

It isn’t rare for a once prosperous medieval town to be abandoned and slowly get side-lined in the annals of history. Nothing exemplifies this statement better than the lost Viking village of Borgund Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Erotic Peruvian Artifacts Being Used to Prevent Cancer in Men

Health authorities in Peru are teaching men how to inspect their genitals to catch early cancers. To achieve this goal they are using ancient Mochica artifacts depicting sexual scenes. Would you touch the genitals of the Mochicas? This is exactly what the League against Cancer and the Larco Museum in Peru suggest you do in […]

Erotic Peruvian Artifacts Being Used to Prevent Cancer in Men

Health authorities in Peru are teaching men how to inspect their genitals to catch early cancers. To achieve this goal they are using ancient Mochica artifacts depicting sexual scenes. Would you touch the genitals of the Mochicas? This is exactly what the League against Cancer and the Larco Museum in Peru suggest you do in […]

Massive Cover-up of Egyptian Artifacts in Burrows Cave, Illinois

The entire evolutionist industry wants to suppress proof of giants and organized jewry wants to suppress real Israelite history.  The Story of Burrows Cave is the story of how the Evolutionist establishment destroys evidence of biblical and historical archeology. [embedded content] Gold and priceless artifacts: The Illinois Caves Mystery and the tomb of Alexander the […]

Trash Pile At Temple of Hatshepsut Yields A Heap Of Hathor Artifacts

Polish archaeologists in Egypt were supporting a tomb ceiling when they realized that beneath their feet lay an unknown treasure trove. They had inadvertently discovered an ancient temple dump and strewn among the shattered ancient objects they excavated hundreds of votive offerings to the mistress of love, the goddess Hathor. In 1961, the Polish professor […]

Secret Stonehenge: Mounds, Artifacts, and Intrigue

Stonehenge stands within a vast ritual landscape. Encircling the towering stones, over 800 round mounds once added to the temple’s splendour. From within these enigmatic mounds some of the finest artifacts have been unearthed. They are the archaeological Holy Grail to understanding the spirituality and daily life of a culture long gone. Monuments like Stonehenge […]

Two Amazing Ancient Artifacts Found Inside Giant Mississippi Alligator

A 750-pound (340-kg) Mississippi alligator was killed in Eagle Lake Mississippi earlier this year. Inside it, butchers found “the shock of the year” – two ancient Native American artifacts, a 1,700-BC plummet stone, and a 6,000-BC atlatl dart point. According to a report in Clarion Ledger the “13 ft five-inch long [4.1-meter-long] alligator was killed […]

10,000+ Artifacts, Including Mesolithic Tools, Found in Russia

The Mesolithic Age, i.e., the ‘Middle Stone Age,’ was a transitionary period of the Stone Age that existed between the Upper Palaeolithic and the Neolithic (Old Stone Age and New Stone Age, respectively), roughly between 13,000 and 3,000 BC. In central Russia, a 10,000-year-old settlement has been discovered near the Velet’ma River and has been […]

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