Posts Tagged ‘found’

Tomb of Egyptian Dignitary Who Guarded Top Secret Documents Found in Saqqara

A 4,300-year-old tomb has been discovered in the ancient Egyptian necropolis of Saqqara, which is that of an Egyptian dignitary who was responsible for guarding top secret documents of the pharaohs. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Bodies of Three Migrants Found in West Texas Border Sector in One Day

Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents recovered the bodies of three migrants in a single day this week who died after crossing the border.

VIDEO – California Tree Trimmer Found Guilty in Throat-Slashing Attacks: ‘Truly Evil Man’

A California tree trimmer was found guilty in throat-slashing incidents that took the lives of three individuals. Now, the Oroville man is facing life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Near-Pristine Bronze Age Spear Dated Over 3,000 Years Found in Britain

Spearheads are often seen as representing the ‘highest tradition of the Bronze Age’. This statement is exemplified by the discovery of a Bronze Age spear at a Thames Water sewage works in Cirencester, Read more Section:  Artifacts Ancient Technology News History & Archaeology Read Later 

A Lost Primeval World Has Been Found in a Giant South China Sinkhole!

Chinese explorers have discovered a lost world in an exceptionally deep and large sinkhole in south China. And in this ancient subterranean space they expect to find flora and fauna unknown to science. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Asia Read Later 

1700-Foot Drug Tunnel Found Connecting Tijuana with San Diego

Federal authorities announced the discovery of a 1,700-foot sophisticated narco-tunnel running from Tijuana to a California warehouse. Officials also seized a large volume of drugs and arrested six suspects.

Bust Found in Czech Republic Reflects Irish Druidic Customs

The word ‘Celt’ refers to the people who spoke Celtic languages across Western and Central Europe between 1,200 BC and the 3rd century, and every Celtic nation had its own unique crafts,  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News Read Later 

Rare Hellenistic Cremation Burial Found in Turkey in 2,300-Year-Old Tomb

A rare 2,300-year-old Hellenistic cremation burial has been discovered in Istanbul. Artifacts discovered in the Hellenistic-era burial tomb are revealing secrets about the city of ancient Chalcedon, Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Indiana State Police Attempt to Identify Dead 5-Year-Old Found Stuffed in Suitcase

The Indiana State Police continue their efforts to identify a dead five-year-old boy who was found stuffed in a suitcase nearly a month ago. 

World’s Oldest Fake Eye from 2800 BC Found in Iran’s ‘Burnt City’

Believe it or not, fake eyes have existed for thousands of years. Besides improving the physical appearance of the patient needing the artificial eye, fake eyes also prevent tissues in the eye socket from overgrowing and prevent foreign debris from entering the eye without a bandage or eyepatch.  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News […]

‘Doctor Strange’ Actress & Her Husband Found Guilty Of Multiple Child Sex Charges

British film actress Zara Phythian and her husband Victor Marke are both facing jail after being found guilty of jointly grooming and abusing a teenage girl. Phythian, 37, who appeared with Benedict Cumberbatch in the 2016 […] The post ‘Doctor Strange’ Actress & Her Husband Found Guilty Of Multiple Child Sex Charges appeared first on News […]

Bill Clinton Advisor, Who Was Close Friend of Jeffrey Epstein, Found Dead

Mark Middleton, a former special advisor to Bill Clinton during his presidency who was known for cementing the president’s friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, has been found dead. He was 59 and becomes the latest figure […] The post Bill Clinton Advisor, Who Was Close Friend of Jeffrey Epstein, Found Dead appeared first on News Punch.

Two More Disc-eyed Giants of Mont’e Prama Found in Sardinia!

Their purpose is currently unknown, but two more disc-eyed giants of Mont’e Prama have been unearthed on Sardinia. The Mont’e Prama Iron Age burial necropolis on the Italian island of Sardinia has for the last 50 years  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Miniature Bible the Size of a Coin Found in UK Library Storage

A miniature Bible surfaced in the vast Leeds library during lockdown. The tiny holy book includes both old and new testaments and was printed on 876 stamp-sized pages. However, nobody knows where this miniature Bible treasure came from. Measuring only 1.9 inches (50 millimeters) by 1.3 inches (35 millimeters), about the size of a US […]

Looted Ancient Roman Bust Found In Texas Thrift Shop

A 52 pound, 1st-century Roman marble bust turned up in a Texas store. Having been sold to a local woman for $34.99, the ancient artifact will now be returned to Germany. Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Slate Stone Age ‘Friendship Rings’ Found in Finland

According to the latest research, Stone Age hunter-gatherers in northeast Europe expertly crafted slate friendship rings some 6,000 years ago. These were produced in copious numbers by many makers Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

New Study Proves ALL the Building Blocks of Life Found in Meteorites!

So where exactly did the building blocks for life (DNA and its chemical precursors) come from? This is a question that has both puzzled and fascinated scientists for decades, Read more Section:  News Science & Space Read Later 

Massive Medieval Hanseatic League Ship Found Near Tallinn, Estonia

One of the largest ports in the Baltic Sea, Estonia’s Tallinn Port is also one of the oldest in northern Europe, famous as trade center between Rurik Novgorod and Viking Scandinavia. Yesterday,  Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Europe Read Later 

A First of Its Kind – 8,500-Year-Old Wooden Ladder Found at Çatalhöyük

Turkey’s Çatalhöyük settlement, which developed between 7,500 BC and 6,400 BC, is often referred to as the world’s first, and oldest, metropolitan city, and for good reason.  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Oldest Recorded Celestial Aurora Event Found in Ancient Chinese Text!

The oldest known evidence referring to a “celestial aurora event” from a section of the famous Bamboo Annals Chinese text dated to the 10th century BC has been researched by scientists from Nagoya University in Japan, Read more Section:  Artifacts Ancient Writings News History & Archaeology Read Later 

4-Yr-Old Found with Marijuana, Human Smuggling Group near Border in Texas

Border Patrol agents and state police in Texas found a four-year-old boy and his mother as they interdicted a smuggling operation involving migrants and marijuana. The group of 15 people brought 116 pounds of marijuana into the U.S.

Skeptics Question Whether Antikythera Start Date Has Been Found

The contraption known as the Antikythera mechanism, often dubbed the world’s first computer, was first “turned on” on 22 December 178 BC, claims a study published in preprint online journal arXiv. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Earliest Maya Calendar Fragment Found in Guatemala

A new study published in the journal Science Advances has announced the discovery of the earliest known use of the Maya calendar. This discovery of the glyph “7 Deer” on mural fragments from deep inside a pyramid at the San Bartolo archaeological site in the jungles of northern Guatemala indicates that the calendar was in use even as far […]

Stunning Lost Medieval Altar Found in the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem

For many years in an obscure back corridor of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City of Jerusalem there was a large stone slab leaning against a wall. The eight-feet-by-five-feet (2.5 meter-by-1.5 meter) Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Jewish-styled Alexander Legends Found on Silver Bowl from Tibet

A new paper published in the Bulletin of the Asia Institute argues that an ancient silver bowl found in Lhasa 50 years ago displays in Greek-style reliefs scenes from a Jewish version of the Alexander legends.  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

First Tomb of Christopher Columbus Finally Found

He can be hailed as the heroic explorer who “discovered” the “New World” or reviled as the man who set off the process of genocide of indigenous Americans, but he can’t be denied a momentous place in history. Despite this, until now, the exact location of the tomb where Christopher Columbus, the 15th-century Italian explorer […]

Fossilized Leg of Dinosaur Ripped Off by Catastrophic Asteroid Impact Found

Scientists now know that a massive Yucatan asteroid struck the earth 66 million years ago at the end of the Cretaceous Period, ultimately causing most species of dinosaur to go extinct. It was the sudden change in climate that accompanied this disastrous astronomical collision that made the earth unlivable for these cold-blooded reptiles, leading to […]

Horrifying Surgical Kit Found in 1,000-Year-Old Surgeon Tomb in Peru

An ancient surgeon’s tomb has been discovered in Peru containing his grisly surgical weapons, including knives, needles and tumis – sharp metallic tools used for medical or sacrificial purposes. Ancient Peruvians are well-known for their advanced surgical techniques including cranial surgery, which was often successful. Andina news agency reports that the tomb was unearthed in […]

We May Have Found A Way to Treat Diabetes Without Insulin: Scientists

We May Have Found A Way to Treat Diabetes Without Insulin: ScientistsDate: April 9, 2022Author: Nwo Report   It is imperative that an alternative be found as quickly as possible. Source: Katie Hutton In the near future, doctors may have a new treatment option for type 2 diabetes, which affects [url=https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/basics/type2.html#:~:text=More than 37 million Americans,adults […]

January 6 Defendant Matthew Martin Found Not Guilty on All Charges

A federal judge on Wednesday cleared a New Mexico man of multiple misdemeanor counts related to the January 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. Matthew Martin of Santa Fe is the first person charged in connection with events on January 6 who has been acquitted on all charges. AP reports U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden […]

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