Posts Tagged ‘discovered’

Structure, probably dug by ancient troglodytes, discovered in northern Iran

TEHRAN – Remnants of a rocky structure, which is thought to probably be carved by ancient troglodytes, have been discovered in northern Iran. The structure was accidentally unearthed during a grading and site preparation in Rudbar county of Gilan province, deputy provincial tourism chief Vali Jahani announced on Wednesday, CHTN reported. “The finding, according to […]

Five New Species of Flowering Plants Discovered in Bolivia

Five New Species of Flowering Plants Discovered in Bolivia  Jul 23, 2021 by  News Staff / Source A team of U.K. botanists has discovered five new species in the plant genus Jacquemontia in the Andes of Bolivia. Jaquemontia chuquisacensis. Image credit: John Pink.Jacquemontia is a medium-sized pantropical genus of around 120 species, but the majority […]

Submerged Settlements On Roman Road Discovered In Venice Lagoon

An underwater sonar mapping project by archaeologists in Italy has determined that the bottom of the Venetian Lagoon was once dry land. The team of researchers have confirmed that an ancient Roman road and settlement once thrived in the area some 500 years before Venice was founded in the 5th century. In the 1980s, surveys […]

Submerged Settlements And Roman Road Discovered Under Venice Waters

An underwater sonar mapping project by archaeologists in Italy has determined that the bottom of the Venetian Lagoon was once dry land. The team of researchers have confirmed that an ancient Roman road and settlement once thrived in the area some 500 years before Venice was founded in the 5th century. In the 1980s, surveys […]

Multi-Dimensional Ancient Boundary Stone Discovered In Rome

A Roman Empire boundary stone has been discovered in Rome, and while thousands of similar stones exist across the empire, this one is being viewed with extra attention. While most Roman boundary stones say, “cross this line and you get chopped,” this one whispers complex stories of a young emperor flexing his power in a […]

Mystery Bottle Discovered Between Woman’s Legs in Hull Burial

Archaeologists have been trying to work out why a sealed blue glass mystery  bottle was left between a woman’s legs in a Hull burial. But that’s not all. They’re also trying to work out what on Earth was the liquid it contained.  The History of Hull Burials at Trinity Burial Ground The term “Hull burials”, in […]

4,000-Year-Old Mesopotamian City Discovered In the Shadow Of Ur

A 4,000-year-old urban settlement has been discovered on the road to Ur in modern Iraq. Researchers suspect the discovery represents a lost Mesopotamian city capital that was founded on the ashes of the collapse of ancient Babylonia in the middle of the second millennium BC. According to the Middle Eastern news site,  Al-Monitor, a joint team […]

Dante’s Handwritten Notes Discovered 700 Years After His Death

An Italian national treasure, and one of the greatest poets and writers to emerge from the Italian Middle Age (indeed, ever), Dante Alighieri was a 13th century and early 14th century writer who was writing at the time of Europe’s gravest crises. His contribution was so immense that he has shaped many facets of the […]

Eleven New Neolithic Hill Sites Discovered Near Göbeklitepe, Turkey

The Turkish government has just announced a major archaeological discovery that could have a serious impact on the study of Neolithic Era culture in the region. On June 27, Turkey’s Culture and Tourism Minister Mehmet Ersoy  told reporters  gathered in the southeastern Turkish city of Sanliurfa that several new sites had been found in the […]

New Section Of Famous Roman Road ‘Via Domitia’ Discovered In France

Archaeologists at the French National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP) have discovered a new portion of the Via Domitia (Domitian Way), the ancient Roman road that once linked Spain and Italy via southern France. The discovery of the Roman road section was made prior to laying a hydraulic pipe to secure the water supply […]

Hitler’s Newly Discovered Diary Reveals He Was Just ‘Following His Heart’

BERCHTESGADEN—Researchers working at Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest in Bavaria have discovered a new diary from the brutal fascist dictator, revealing that the leader of Germany in the ’30s and ’40s was just “following [his] heart” and “believing in [himself]”. “Dear Diary,” Hitler reportedly wrote in the journal, which was decorated with unicorns, rainbows, and swastikas, “Everyone says […]

Mysterious Elongated Skull Discovered in Russia’s Stonehenge, Recreated in 3D

Russian archaeologists have managed to recreate a computer model of the enigmatic elongated skull that was discovered in Russia’s Stonehenge: Arkaim. The mysterious skeleton with an extremely elongated skull found in Russia. This proves that elongated skulls are a global phenomenon present all around the world. The question that remains is: Why were elongated skulls […]

Well-preserved, Ancient Wooden Road Discovered Beneath Old Polish Town

Jaroslaw, a town in south-east Poland, developed as an important trade center in the 16th and 17th centuries and now an amazing ancient wooden road (one of the longest in Poland) has been unearthed in the town center. Trade routes from Jaroslaw were established with Silesia, Gdansk and Hungary, and goods came from as far […]

Australia’s Largest Dinosaur Discovered in Southwest Queensland

After 14 years of excavation, palaeontologists have officially confirmed that titan sized dinosaurs once walked across Australia after the discovery of dinosaur skeletons in 2007 by a couple in Eromanga of Southwest Queensland led to the findings. The dinosaur —now officially named Australotitan cooperensis—is as long as a basketball court (25-30 metres) and reaches 5-6.5 […]

Paleolithic Age Footprints of Children Discovered in La Garma Cave

Cantabria in northern Spain is famous for its cave systems that are adorned with deeply-ancient prehistoric drawings . In archaeological terms National Geographic calls the Museo de Altamira “the Sistine Chapel of paleolithic art,” while Altamira is a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site. Now, cave explorers have discovered 16,500-year-old Paleolithic Age children’s footprints on an unexplored galley high […]

5,000-Year-Old Deer Carvings Discovered In A First for Scotland!

Lost for around 5,000 years, an amateur archaeologist has discovered deer carvings inside Kilmartin Glen’s Dunchraigaig Cairn in the west of Scotland. The Neolithic or Early Bronze Age carvings depict two male red deer with fully-grown antlers. Two other deer carvings were also found, along with another engraving of an unidentified creature. Dr. Tertia Barnett, […]

The Scientist That “Discovered Antigravity” Then Disappeared Completely – An Unsolved Mystery

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Anomalous Metallic Object Discovered Inside a 4.5 Billion-Year-Old Meteorite

As meteorite dealers, my wife Linda and I have continued supplying meteorites and importing new stock throughout lockdown. On Friday, April 17th 2020, I received a parcel of meteorites I had ordered from a dependable regular source. These were twenty examples of a very well-known and popular common chondrite known as NWA 869. One of […]

Ancient Roman Baths in Spain Discovered in Pristine Condition

The Battle of Trafalgar, right off the coast from Cape Trafalgar is the site of one of European history’s most famous battles – Napoleon’s fleet, with his Spanish allies, getting routed by the British Royal Navy in 1805. The sand dunes of Cape Trafalgar have recently emerged as the site of the latest Roman baths […]

Body Discovered in the UK Identified as Greek Man Stathis Anthis

Stathis Anthis, who tragically passed away in the UK. Credit: Facebook/Knightsbridge Police The body of a 33-year-old Greek man, Efstathios (Stathis) Anthis, was identified off the coast of the United Kingdom on Tuesday. The family’s lawyer, Stavros Georgiou, confirmed that the body was that of Anthis when speaking to the press. Body identified as Anthis […]

Hundreds of Ancient Rock-Cut Tombs have been Discovered in Egypt

The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities have announced the discovery of a distinctive collection of hundreds of ancient tombs. The 250 rock-cut tombs were found in various levels of a mountain face at the Al-Hamidiyah necropolis near Sohag, in Southern Egypt, on the West Bank of the Nile River. This brings the total to more than […]

Liquid water discovered inside a meteorite

Liquid water discovered inside a meteorite Posted on Sunday, 16 May, 2021 Does the water in this meteorite point to the origins of Earth’s water ? Image Credit: NASA / Eric James For the first time, scientists have found liquid water inside a meteorite from the earliest days of the solar system.While it had long […]

Marble Head of Augustus Caesar Discovered Outside the Realm of Rome

A construction crew performing restoration work on historic walls in the Central Italian city of Isernia discovered something ancient and remarkable. It was a buried, sculpted marble head that had apparently been detached from a larger statue. The head was missing its nose, but other than that it was intact and in great condition. There […]

Medieval Remains of ‘Noble Girl’ Discovered Under Real Alcázar in Spain

Archaeologists have unearthed the skeleton of a 5-year-old, blonde-haired girl, buried in the late 13th or early 14th century beneath a chapel floor in the Real Alcázar in the Virgen de la Antigua in Seville, Spain. On analysis of this Alcázar burial , they believe her coffin was moved to an even more sacred spot beside […]

Rare “Grotesque” Half-Lamp Discovered on Jerusalem’s Holiest Road

Archaeologists in Israel exploring in an ancient building have found rare coins and pottery. But standing sentinel at this dig is a unique lamp that dates back to the Second Temple period, the historic time between the two Jewish Revolts . Discovered during excavations in Jerusalem, the lamp has been described as a “unique bronze […]

Highly Unusual Ancient Tomb Discovered By Farmer in Ireland

An Irish farmer has discovered a “highly unusual and untouched” ancient tomb in County Kerry during land improvement works, which could date back 4,000 years or earlier. The well-preserved stone tomb was unearthed on the Dingle Peninsula, located on Ireland ’s southwest Atlantic coast. According to The Dingle Peninsula tourist website the region is commonly […]

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 […]

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