Posts Tagged ‘forgotten’

Longsword Fighting, A Once-Forgotten Martial Art Resurfaces (Video)

In recent years Longsword fighting, a once-forgotten martial art has experienced a modern resurgence across the USA.  Read more Section:  News Videos History Ancient Traditions Read Later  Source

Forgotten lusterware revived by Natanz potters

TEHRAN — Reproduction of Persian lusterware ceramics, also known as Zarrin-fam potteries, has been commenced after centuries of neglect by a number of potters in Natanz, central Iran. Source

Cracking the Code to Discover Ancient Tarot Symbolism and Forgotten Universal Knowledge

How old is the Tarot? This is a question that seems easy to answer today. As playing cards, we can confidently map the Tarot to the early 15th century. Mystery solved? Well, it’s not quite that simple. Read more Section:  News Opinion Guest Authors Read Later  Source

Forging Forgotten Ancient Greek Armor (Video)

Dimitrios Katsikis, a self-taught master of the forgotten art of forging ancient Greek armor, is a time-keeper for the relics of yore. Read more Section:  Artifacts Ancient Technology News Videos Read Later  Source

Never Mind Cleopatra – What About the Forgotten Queens of Nubia?

Jada Pinkett Smith’s new Netflix documentary series on Cleopatra aims to spotlight powerful African queens. Read more Section:  News General Read Later  Source

The Hard Hat Riot: A forgotten flashpoint in America’s culture wars

[embedded content] Missing from most history books is a key moment leading to the culture wars now ripping through American politics. In 1970, hundreds of construction workers pummeled around 1,000 student demonstrators in New York City — including two of my friends. The “Hard Hat Riot,” as it came to be known, ushered in an […]

Unveiling the Forgotten: Opening Ancient Egyptian Coffins (Video)

At Ancient Origins, we believe that one of the most important fields of knowledge we can pursue as human beings is our beginnings. And while some people may seem content with the story as it stands, our view is that there exist countless mysteries, scientific anomalies and surprising artifacts that have yet to be discovered and explained. The goal […]

Lost to Time: The Han Dynasty’s Forgotten Great Wall (Video)

The Great Wall of China is one of the most remarkable structures in human history. Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Asia Videos Read Later  Source

The U.S. establishment’s fever to smash Iraq must not be forgotten

Twenty years ago the entire U.S. establishment lined up behind our war on Iraq. It was one of the greatest disasters in history, and there’s been no accountability. Source

India: The never-to-be-forgotten Crimes of the British Colonizers

India celebrated its 74th National Republic Day solemnly and grandly on January 26, 2023. The Indian Constitution was adopted on November 26, 1949, with Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar as chairman of the drafting committee. Since the Constitution came into force on January 26, 1950, to commemorate this event, India has celebrated Republic Day as a national […]

El Argar: A Forgotten Civilization | Arkeo Ep14 | Documentary

The “El Argar” civilization ruled over all of southern Spain between 2200 and 1550 BCE, until it suddenly disappeared. Spanish archaeologists have nevertheless found traces of the Argaric culture a few kilometers from the city of Murcia. … Source

Scientists reveal Jewish history’s forgotten Turkish roots

Scientists reveal Jewish history’s forgotten Turkish roots Israeli-born geneticist believes the Turkish villages of Iskenaz, Eskenaz and Ashanaz were part of the original homeland for Ashkenazi Jews David Keys Archaeology Correspondent Wednesday 20 April 2016 09:39 A group of Ashkenazic Jews in Jerusalem, circa 1885 (Getty Images) Sign up for a full digest of all […]

Examining Out-of-Place Stone Figures from the Forgotten City of Oxkintok

I’ve had an affinity for the Maya civilization for almost 30 years, and between working with native elders, vacations, and leading tour group visits to Mexico, I can vouch for the mystical nature of these people. Read more Section:  Artifacts Ancient Technology News Human Origins Folklore Read Later  Source

The Forgotten Arab Raid On Rome In 846 AD

Throughout its millennia long existence, the illustrious city of Rome has been invaded many times, and changed hands just as frequently.  Read more Section:  News Premium Read Later  Source

The Baroque Lute-Harpsichord: A Forgotten Instrument

Over a period of some three centuries there are plenty of references to gut-stringed instruments that resemble the harpsichord and imitate the delicate soft timbre of the lute (including its lower-sounding variants, the theorbo and archlute) or the harp, but little concrete information. Not a single such instrument has survived, nor is any contemporary depiction […]

A Forgotten Fluoride Letter, from a Government Scientist-ARE YOU LISTENING “mayor” PENDEJOBERG AT San Antonio CITY HALL?

red RUSSIAN KHAZARIAN VIRUS INFECTING SAN ANTONIO. “mayor” PENDEJOBERG & BUTT BUTTIE BOW WOW by Jon Rappoport August 22, 2022 I wrote and posted this article about eight years ago, and then again six years ago. It concerns a shocking letter written by an EPA scientist in 1999. The letter shouldn’t be forgotten. Here we […]

The Forgotten Jewish Pirates of Jamaica

The Forgotten Jewish Pirates of Jamaica Today, some tour operators and cultural historians are calling attention to the country’s little-known Jewish heritage Ross Kenneth Urken, Travel + Leisure July 7, 2016 A grave marker in Kingston’s Hunt’s Bay Cemetery carved with a skull and crossbones and Hebrew lettering Jessica Antola I was in Kingston’s spooky […]

Urdubegis: The Forgotten Female Fighters of the Mughal Empire

When we think of the empowerment of women, we usually think about Western culture. Nevertheless, the East has had its fair share of female role models. Read more Section:  News History Ancient Traditions Famous People Read Later 

The Mysterious House-Burning of the Forgotten Cucuteni-Trypillian Culture

The discovery of ancient cultures, and artifacts related to those cultures, often brings for new and surprising information about how our ancient ancestors once lived. Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Europe Unexplained Phenomena History Ancient Traditions Read Later 

Watch the BBC’s forgotten series on Operation Gladio

On Tuesday I published a new article which is the first in a new series about Operation Gladio, NATO’s Cold War-era network of Nazi terrorist armies. Gladio is a wild topic. It’s hard to get your head around the sheer scale of it. One of the three main sources I’ve relied on to write these […]

Greek Buddhism, The Forgotten Chapter In A Philosophy That Began in India

A bygone era forgotten in Western circles but preserved in the histories of Buddhist traditions tells the story of the Greek contribution to Buddhism. Enshrined in the daily prayers of the Theravāda followers of Sri Lanka is a vivid throwback to this long-lost chapter of Greek Buddhism: “I bow my head to the footprints of […]

The Wounded Knee Massacre: The Forgotten History of the Native American Gun Confiscation

The Wounded Knee Massacre: The Forgotten History of the Native American Gun Confiscation Activist Post / Activist Post By Molly Carter The Battle at Wounded Knee is a significant battle in American history, as it put an end to the Indian Wars and is marked as the last official defeat of the Native Americans. But […]

The Forgotten Soldier – Guy Sajer

The Forgotten Soldier – Guy Sajer Guy Mouminoux (born 13 January 1927), age 94, known by the pseudonym Guy Sajer, is a French writer and cartoonist who is best known as the author of the Second World War memoir Le Soldat Oublié (1965, translated as The Forgotten Soldier), which recounts his experience serving in the […]

Baltinglass Hill: Ireland’s Forgotten Gobekli Tepi?

Resting high upon the hills of Wicklow lies buried one of the most remarkable Neolithic sites in all of Europe. Strangely, even today many people are unaware of its existence. Baltinglass Hill is one of the world’s most important archaeological sites consisting of what many believe to be an ancient observatory, a ruined stone circle […]

The Forgotten Suicide Bomber

The hot topic of replacement migration cropped up yet again during a television debate in France, when a challenging presidential candidate attempting to win the Republican ticket said he wanted ‘France to remain French’. The statement was made by French MP Éric Ciotti, who was the only Republican candidate not to shy away from using […]

The ‘Forgotten Fight’ For Prison Abolition In France

Above photo: Abandoned prison in Avignon, France. Jef Wodniack / Long-time prison abolitionist Jacques Lesage de La Haye reflects on decades of anti-prison organizing in France and his personal journey from inmate to activist. When I saw that Jaccques Lesage de La Haye had a new book called The Abolition of Prison, published by the French […]

PURE EVIL: Medical Tyrants Stab ‘Forgotten’ Amazon Tribe Who Had Never Heard of Virus

A group of government and Red Cross medical workers have boasted that they vaccinated an entire ‘forgotten’ indigenous tribe in the Amazon rainforest against Covid-19. Mariano Quisto, a remote community leader in the forests of Peru, first learned of the pandemic last month when a group of tyrannical health workers arrived by boat at his […]

“Now Is the Time to Be Angry” – Remembering Forgotten Afghanistan

I know, I know. It’s the last thing you want to hear about. Twenty years of American carnage in Afghanistan was plenty for you, I’m sure, and there are so many other things to worry about in an America at the edge of… well, who knows what? But for me, it’s different. I went to Afghanistan in 2002, already […]

‘What about our future?’ The Iranian Kurds trapped in Iraq and forgotten by the international community

In May, 25-year-old Ako sat in a hospital room next to his friend Behzad Mahmoudi, who was wrapped head to toe in bandages. Behzad, an Iranian Kurdish asylum seeker, had set himself on fire outside the United Nations’ headquarters in Erbil, the capital of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region in northern Iraq. He was protesting his […]

The Forgotten Kingdom of Kerma and Its Incredible Deffufas

The Kingdom of Kerma was an ancient civilization that existed between 2500 BC and 1500 BC, located in what is today the northern part of Sudan. This kingdom was the first Nubian state, and its capital, Kerma, is today an important archaeological site. Kerma was also the earliest urban center in Africa outside Egypt. At […]

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