Posts Tagged ‘oldest’

Oldest known drawing of a ghost discovered

Oldest known drawing of a ghost discoveredOctober 22, 2021  The tablet was created by the ancient Babylonians. Image Credit: US NavyA depiction of a ghost dating back 3,500 years has been found deep in the vaults of the British Museum.Stories of ghosts and spirits have been around for millennia – as evidenced by the recent […]

Oldest Evidence of Tobacco Use Found at Ice Age Camp in Utah

Excavations at an Ice Age hunter-gatherer camp in Utah’s Great Salt Lake Desert have revealed the oldest known evidence of tobacco use found so far. The discovery took place at the Wishbone site and was hidden only a few centimeters below the surface. During their excavations researchers discovered a campground used by the prehistoric hunter-gatherers […]

World’s Oldest Jewelry Excavated at a Moroccan Cave

Human beings have been wearing necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and other forms of jewelry for a long time. But the discovery of a cache of prehistoric Aterian sea snail shell beads at a cave in western Morocco has pushed the origin of this practice back farther than archaeologists and anthropologists ever expected. These seashell beads were […]

The world’s oldest mosaic unearthed in Turkey?

World’s oldest mosaic unearthed in Turkey September 19, 2021 at 10:20 am WATCH: Discover the Islamic Arts Museum, Malaysia Show Comments Related Source

Tibetan Hand and Footprints May Be Oldest Prehistoric Art

Scientists have discovered an exciting new example of prehistoric art high on the Tibetan Plateau: a set of ancient children’s hand and footprints. If the dating of between 169,000 and 226,000 years ago is correct, this find represents “the oldest example of parietal [prehistoric] art ever discovered,” claim the researchers. Ancient Art or Accident? Until […]

Photos Show the Oldest Known Lion in the Maasai Mara Wildlife Reserve in Kenya

Fourteen-year-old Morani recently took the title of oldest lion in the Maasai Mara—a national reserve home to lions, cheetahs, and zebras—after the passing of his brother and prior record holder, Scarface, earlier this year. The amazing pictures were captured this month by professional wildlife photographer Leighton Lum, 33, while on a photography workshop in Kenya […]

Fragments of Chinese Coins Are Evidence of World’s Oldest Minting Site

Archaeologists have long been preoccupied with understanding the origins of metal coinage and monetization. Now, a team working in the Henan Province of China has discovered an early minting site at Guanzhuang, complete with Chinese spade coins and their clay molds. Experts have dated the site to 2,600 years ago, making this the oldest known […]

Chankillo: The Oldest Solar Observatory in the Americas

Located in the Peruvian coastal desert at the Casma-Sechin Oasis stands the incredible monumental complex of Chankillo. The archaeological site consists of a fort located on a hilltop and thirteen solar observatory towers, as well as residential and gathering areas. It was built some 2,300 years ago for both practical and ceremonial purposes. Recognizing the […]

7,000-Year-Old Chinchorro Mummies are the World’s Oldest

The mummies of ancient Egypt are arguably the most famous mummies in the world. They are not, however, the oldest. The Chinchorros of South America began preserving their dead about 7,000 years ago and their mummies have become one of the wonders of Andean archaeology. UNESCO has just recently recognized the cultural value and importance […]

Man Quarantined To 4th-Floor Hotel Room Flees Using Oldest Trick In The Book

A man in Australia allegedly fashioned a makeshift rope out of bedsheets to flee the fourth-floor hotel room he was supposed to be quarantined inside. The 39-year-old made the dangerous escape from the hotel in the Perth suburb of Rivervale around 12.45 a.m. Tuesday. He remained at large for eight hours. Police located the man […]

Roman Fort Treasure Trove Includes Britain’s Oldest Pistachio Nut

Cataractonium is situated about a mile from the modern-day Catterick village in North Yorkshire, England. Dating to around 70 AD this Roman fort and settlement was discovered when the A1 road was being widened, where the ancient “Dere Street” route crossed the River Swale. In 2018 archaeologists completed their study of the site and logged 400 years of continuous […]

Anchor Church Caves: Anglo-Saxon Home and Oldest House in Britain?

Archaeologists conducting a survey of a previously overlooked cave dwelling in Derbyshire have concluded that the sandstone caves were actually an Anglo-Saxon home way back in the 9th century. They’ve even gone so far as to announce that the cave could have been home to the exiled King Eardwulf. Thomas Smith painting of aristocrats picnicking […]

8,000-Year-Old Lacquerware Dug Up in Eastern China is Oldest Ever Found

Archaeologists working in China’s Zhejiang Province recently unearthed something ancient and extraordinary. While performing excavations at a site near the city of Ningbo on Hangzhou Bay, they found two pieces of wood that had been painted over with a thin layer of a slick, shiny, hard substance. They immediately recognized this as an early example […]

Oldest Greek in Australia Passes Away at 109

Eleni Confos celebrated recently her 109th birthday. Credit: Facebook/ The Castellorizian Association NSW Eleni Confos, the oldest Greek in Australia and the most senior Australian Castellorizian, has passed away peacefully at the age of 109, the Board of Directors of the Castellorizian Association of NSW announced on Sunday night. “The Board of Directors of the […]

Oldest Roman Camp of Northern Hispania Found in Portugal

A vast 10,000-man Roman camp has been discovered in northern Portugal. Not only is it one of the biggest ever discovered, but it’s also the oldest ever discovered in northern Hispania (the name of Spain when it was under Roman rule), dating back to 137 BC. Until recently, the oldest known Roman camp in Galicia […]

The Largest and Oldest Pyramid on the Planet: The Great Pyramid of China

The story behind the Great Pyramid of China is beyond fascinating. For years, the government has not allowed proper studies to be performed on the numerous pyramids near the city of Xi’an. Excursions that managed to sneak into the area where the pyramids are discovered numerous anomalies like a metallic material which could not be […]

Oldest Shark Attack Victim Ever, Found in an Ancient Japanese Mound

A prehistoric Japanese man’s dying moments have been recreated in astonishingly gory detail based on the forensic evidence found on his final remains. Not only do those details include almost 800 tooth marks on the man’s bones, but he was missing a hand and a leg! This was death by shark attack, and it occurred […]

Oldest Wine in Europe Found at Prehistoric Greek Site

Archaeologists undertaking excavations at the prehistoric settlement of Dikili Tash in northern Greece have completed analyses of wine samples from ancient ceramics revealing evidence of wine dating back to 4200 BC . These are believed to be the oldest known traces of wine in Europe! The Site of Dikili Tash Dikili Tash is situated 1.2 […]

Burial Mound Reinterpreted as Oldest War Memorial in the World

Dating to around 2300 BC archaeologists have discovered what they suspect is the “oldest known war memorial ever discovered” at the  ‘White Monument’ at Tell Banat in Syria. And while for decades this burial mound was thought to hold the bodies of dead enemies of the settlement, it turns out to contain the remains of […]

Pointed Turkey Bones Are Oldest Native American Tattoo Kit, Says Study

A group of researchers now think they’ve discovered and identified what might be the world’s oldest tattoo kit – a set of pointy, ink-stained needles that were carved out of wild turkey bones and then buried in a Native American grave from central Tennessee at least 3600 years ago. The Native American tattoo kit study […]

Freemason Insider Exposes Luciferianism as the World’s Oldest Secret Religion and Their Plan for a New World Order

Commentary by Brian Shilhavy Altiyan Childs is a former Australian Rock musician, and a former Freemason. In 2010 he won The X Factor talent show award, which boosted his career in music to stardom status. In a video he released last month, he announced that he has now put his life on the line to […]

Insider Exposes Freemasonry as World’s Oldest Secret Religion and the Luciferian Plans for a ‘New World Order’

A former high-ranking Freemason has come out to expose how the group is actually the oldest religion in the world, and has revealed how the group plans to usher in a New World Order by drastically reducing of the world’s population. Altiyan Childs is a former Austrlian Rock musician, and former Freemason. In a video […]

The Oldest Maya Murals and Royal Violence at San Bartolo, Guatemala

In 2001, deep in the sweltering jungles of Guatemala, completely by chance, archaeologists stumbled into the substructure of a lost Maya pyramid, which was the discovery of San Bartolo. To their utter astonishment, they discovered an enormous, domed chamber, its walls bejeweled with exquisitely preserved murals. The vivid, yellow, white, red, and black ochre iconography […]

The Saint-Bélec Slab Revealed to be Europe’s Oldest 3D Map

A remarkable discovery, in what is being viewed as “Europe’s oldest known 3D map,” has been brought to light through a scientific collaboration effort. The “map” in question is a Bronze Age stone slab, 2m by 1.5m (5×6 feet), known as the Saint-Bélec slab, which was lost and then miraculously “rediscovered” in the cellar of […]

Our oldest secret: We have been super-predators for 2 million years

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America’s second oldest polar bear dies after outliving average life span by 10 years

The second oldest male polar bear in the United States has died after outliving the average lifespan by ten years. Cincinnati Zoo announced that the 31-yer-old bear, known as Little One, was euthanized because of chronic health issues. The bear, who moved to Cincinnati Zoo in 2007, significantly outlived the median life expectancy for the species […]

Israel’s National Library Highlights World’s Oldest, Rarest Passover Haggadot

(The Media Line) When Jewish families the world over gather around the Passover table this weekend, they will read from a text that has evolved over the centuries and has helped tell and retell the story of Passover to countless generations: the Haggadah. The Haggadah is a text that recounts the story of the ancient […]

Oldest Recipe Found in Egypt Written in Greek

Oldest Recipe Found in Egypt Written in Greek By Philip Chrysopoulos March 22, 2021 Dried red lentils. Credit: /Wikimedia Commons/ The oldest written recipe found in Egypt is dated approximately the year 300 AD. A recipe for red lentils, it was written on papyrus in the Greek language. The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities […]

Vaccines – The Second Oldest Profession

Vaccines – The Second Oldest Profession Henry Makow In 1988, Eustace Mullins blew the whistle on the vaccine scam. Order the book here. Pfizer and BioNTech Announce Extremely Positive Phase 3 COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Data; Production of 1.3 Billion Doses in 2021 Planned Pfizer CEO sold $5.6 million in stock on the day of Vaccine […]

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