Posts Tagged ‘skeletons’

Skeletons Show Horrific Injuries from The Battle of Towton (Video)

The Battle of Towton, fought on March 29, 1461, during the Wars of the Roses, was a gruesome and decisive conflict in English history. Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News Ancient Places Europe Videos History Important Events Read Later  Source

Woke Professor Claims There Is No Difference Between Male & Female Skeletons

A classroom erupted into laughter after a “woke” University of Pittsburgh anthropology professor denied there was a difference in male and female bone structure during a discussion about gender. During the lecture, champion swimmer Riley […] The post Woke Professor Claims There Is No Difference Between Male & Female Skeletons appeared first on News Punch. […]

WATCH: Woke Prof Says Scientists Can’t Differentiate Between Male And Female Skeletons, Crowd Bursts Into Laughter

A crowd at the University of Pittsburgh was filmed bursting into laughter after a “woke” professor claimed that scientists can’t differentiate between male and female skeletons. Source

Earliest Evidence Of Horse Riding Found in 5,000-year-old Skeletons

Unique skeletal signatures identified on 5,000 years old bodies from modern Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria, provide the earliest evidence of horse riding ever discovered. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later  Source

Unearthing History: 7 Medieval Skeletons Discovered on Holy Island, England

Construction worker at Lindisfarne car park in Northumberland, England, have uncovered a surprising discovery – a group of seven graves dating back to medieval times. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later  Source

Mine operations continue despite discovery of centuries-old skeletons

TEHRAN – The Lapalang Mine continues operating despite the discovery of two historical human skeletons, Mehr reported on Monday. Last October, two centuries-old skeletons were discovered in the historical mine in the mountainous area of Ardestan county, central Isfahan province. Even though it has become clear to many that this area needs to be explored […]

Ancient Anomalous Human Skeletons: Humanity Could be Much Older Than We Think

Accepted history is US GRADE A UNADULTERATED BULLSHIT! Take the Roman Bible. There is a great flood which destroys all but a few humans. The cock crows three times. At the end of the era there is a great battle against evil called Armageddon. Viking history or “MYTHOLOGY”. There is a great flood which distorts […]

‘Meat Eater’ Sarcophagi in Turkey Turned Bodies to Skeletons in 40 Days

In the ancient city of Assos in Turkey there existed a bizarre phenomenon – the stone sarcophagi within the Assos necropolis could decompose bodies unusually fast. Read more Section:  News Weird Facts Read Later 

Syphilis-ridden Spanish Skeletons Found at Lima’s First Hospital

The remains of 42 syphilis-ridden, colonial Spaniards have been unearthed at a 500-year-old hospital in Lima. But it’s suspected that beneath these poor afflicted souls Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Americas Read Later 

Strange ‘Huddled’ Skeletons Discovered in Berenice Troglodytica Tombs

Berenice Troglodytica, also known as Baranis, was a fledgling port city on the Red Sea in ancient Egypt. The remains of seven “huddled” skeletons in a tomb complex have been discovered at Berenice Troglodytica by Polish archaeologists, reports PAP. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Africa Read Later 

Dutch Mass Grave Mystery: Skeletons were British Soldiers

In the Netherlands, construction workers made a gruesome discovery. When working in the city of Vianen, they came across an enigmatic mass burial. Were the 82 skeletons victims of war Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Red Ochre Colored Skeletons Revealed in Çatalhöyük Burials, New Study

In Neolithic Anatolian Çatalhöyük burials, in what is often called the world’s oldest city (modern-day Turkey), people sometimes decorated the skeletal remains and the burial chamber walls of the deceased Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Asia Read Later  Source

5,000-Year-Old DNA from Skeletons Found in Serbia is Solving Genetic Mysteries

Ancient Eastern European and Central Asian archaeology are characterized by a burial practice known as kurgan burials, wherein mounds of earth and stone are raised over a single or multiple graves. These traditional burials of the ancient steppe tribe nomads continue in southern Siberia and Central Asia. As reported by Ancient Origins , over the […]

Burial Mounds in Serbia Reveal Skeletons of 5,000-Year-Old Painted Men

Entombed inside two large barrows (burial mounds) located on an open plain in northern Serbia, a team of scientists from the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IAEPAN) found some highly anomalous skeletons. The men in these burial mounds were of significant height, and the bones of each had been […]

Shattered Skeletons of Man and Dog From Eruption and Tsunami 3,600 Years Ago

Archaeologists have recovered the shattered skeletons of a man and a dog at a site in Turkey. Their frames were both smashed to pieces, but not by an act of human violence, but by the force of a huge tsunami tidal wave that was sparked by the mega-volcano Thera eruption. The human and dog skeletal […]

Newly-found human skeletons are ‘natural mummies’ 

TEHRAN – Experts believe that the two-centuries-old skeletons recently found near the Iranian city of Ardestan are “natural mummies”, Ardestan’s tourism chief has announced.  “Furthermore, they have estimated the site of discovery dates several million years,” Mehdi Mashhadi said on Wednesday.   Mineworkers found the human remains, which were entombed within canals about 30 meters […]

25 Elite Skeletons Unearthed From Chan Chan Mass Grave, Peru

Archaeologists exploring the ancient Peruvian city of Chan Chan have uncovered the skeletal remains of 25 people in one medium-sized burial site. The men, women, and children interred there would have belonged to Peru’s legendary Chimú people, who built a sophisticated civilization that endured for more than five centuries before giving way to the Inca. […]

29 Skeletons Found in Peru Rewrite History of Wari Culture

Archeologists excavating at an ancient temple site in northern Peru have discovered the remains of 29 bodies buried over 1,000 years ago. Having been discovered so far from their traditional territory these skeletons are causing something of a stir and they could help rewrite the history of the Wari culture. The Royal Tombs of Sipán Museum in  […]

1,600-Year-Old Skeletons in Lovers Embrace Found in North China

Till death do us part: are the fates of lovers intertwined forever? A study published by Chinese (from the Datong Institute of Archaeology, Jilin University and Xiamen University) and American scientists in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology examines the evidence and the implications of a single “lovers’ tomb” found during the summer 2020 dig season […]

Roman Sarcophagus Containing Two Skeletons Unearthed in Bath

Bath is the largest city in the county of Somerset and, as the name suggests, it is renowned for its Roman-built baths which were used until the end of Roman rule in Britain in the 5th century AD. The Romans dedicated the Aquae Sulis geo-thermal springs located in Bath to the goddess Sulis, identified as  […]

Medieval Wales: 200 Skeletons Unearthed At Forgotten Coastal Chapel

Archaeologists from the University of Sheffield and the Dyfed Archaeological Trust are currently working on a dig in southwest Wales that is literally a race against time. On Whitesands Bay beach in the county of Pembrokeshire, they are searching for the skeletal remains of men, women, and children who were buried in  an ancient medieval […]

Skeletons in Giant Jars Unearthed at Corsica Necropolis

French archaeologists digging in the commune of Île-Rousse on the Mediterranean island of Corsica have unearthed more than 40 tombs that have been dated to the mid-first millennium AD. The skeletal remains of these individuals were interred in an ancient Corsica necropolis located right behind the town’s parish church. The exploratory excavations that led to […]

Carmelite Skeletons Unearthed in Polish Tunnel of Bones

Jasło is a town in south-eastern Poland that is located in the heartland of the Doły (Pits). It was here that builders uncovered bones in 2013, and again during renovation work last year. A team of archaeologists have now discovered a medieval cemetery  underneath a car park  that was once the site of a 14th century monastery, and […]

Six Pirate Skeletons From 1717 Bellamy Shipwreck Found!

Seaborne salvage operations at Cape Cod have recovered the pirate remains of at least six buccaneers who were lost at sea more than three centuries ago. At the time of their watery demise these unfortunate souls were part of a crew of 146 men serving on a pirate ship called the Whydah, which struck a […]

Missing Stone Inscription Holds Key to Almazán Skeletons Enigma

Archaeologists in Almazán Spain are boxed into a corner with a double-edged mystery in which a missing carved stone holds the answer to why eleven bodies were buried beneath a massive medieval village wall, and by whom. Spain’s Soria province, in the Castile and León region, features many medieval villages with horse-worn stone streets shadowed […]

Ancient German Tomb With Circle Of Female Skeletons Found

In Germany, a spectacular, mysterious tomb has been found. Archaeologists uncovered what they believe to be the ancient German tomb of a 1500-year-old German lord . Six female skeletons arranged in a circle were found in the same unusual ancient German tomb. Researchers have raised the possibility that the six women were either human sacrifices […]

Hundreds of Skeletons Uncovered During Westminster Abbey Excavation

The decomposed body parts of hundreds of medieval monks have been uncovered on the grounds of Westminster Abbey in London, during the excavation of the long-lost Great Sacristy of Westminster Abbey built by Henry III. Usually located inside churches or within an annex, a sacristy is a room used by monks for storing church vestments, sacred […]

Why Are We Not Talking About The Reality of Giant Humanoid Skeletons?

If you step back and look — truly look, with eyes open — at the way human history has been managed in recent times by the established order, you will see an unmistakable pattern. by Richard Enos, (excerpt) A certain perception has been pushed, selectively constructed from Darwin’s ‘The Origin of Species’–the notion that the […]

Why Are We Not Talking About The Reality of Giant Humanoid Skeletons? Here Are A Few Examples

Next Story If you step back and look—truly look, with eyes open—at the way human history has been managed in recent times by the established order, you will see an unmistakable pattern. A certain perception has been pushed, selectively constructed from Darwin’s ‘The Origin of Species’–the notion that the human race evolved up through the apes, […]

Giant “Skeletons of Enormous Size” Discovered In New Mexico – New York Times Article From 1902

Next Story Researcher Graham Hancock coined the phrase, ‘we’re like a species with amnesia,’ and it’s true. Despite the fact that it seems the story of human history is well uncovered, every single year there are new discoveries made that challenge what we once held to be true. In some cases, there are discoveries which […]

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