Archaeology

New Date for Chedworth Roman Villa Mosaic Changes English History Scientific dating methods occasionally rewrite history, and this is certainly the case at the UK Chedworth Roman villa. Using precise radiocarbon dating techniques, scientists have been able to verify the...
Archaeologists In Derbyshire Have Discovered An Anglo-Saxon House From The 9th Century A cave home that was originally believed to be an 18th-century folly has been discovered as one of the UK’s oldest preserved household interiors and was likely the home of...
Two- Headed Giant “Kap Dwa”-The Mysterious Ancient Mummy The Mysterious Ancient Mummy Of a Two- Headed Giant “Kap Dwa”. The story of Kap Dwa, which literally means “two-headed,” appears in British records in the early 20th century, as...
Giant Sabre-Toothed Tiger Skull Shows Just How Big They Actually Were In the animal kingdom, what garners respect is size, ferocity and fangs, and the sabre-toothed tiger was far up the food chain in all three categories. Modern tigers are skilled...
Alabaster Priest Effigy Discovered Behind St. Wilfrid’s Church Organ A mystery alabaster statue has been discovered during the renovation of a medieval English village church. The stone holy man was discovered during the restoration of England’s 10th century, Anglo...
Conneaut Giants: Extensive burying ground of giant race discovered in the early 1800s In 1798, the first permanent American settlers from the east arrived in the Western Reserve of Ohio. They began to clear the forests along the southern shore of Lake Erie....
The mystery of frozen mammoth carcasses in Siberia While the cause of the Ice Age still remains a mystery for mainstream scientists, the frozen mammoth carcasses found in Siberia have also challenged our imagination for centuries. These carcasses...
Archaeologists solved mystery of Tutankhamun’s tomb: ‘More chance of defeating demons’ ARCHAEOLOGISTS proposed an answer to the mystery behind Tutankhamun’s tomb, as they pieced together the supernatural story of the legendary Pharaoh’s life after death. Tutankhamun, otherwise known as King Tut,...
Tiny Bead Found in Bulgaria May Be Oldest Known Gold Artifact in the World A tiny bead found in Bulgaria is believed to be the oldest worked piece of gold in the world, an archaeologist says. Researchers discovered the precious bauble in a settlement...
The Fantastic Underwater Discovery of Heracleion – Egypt’s “Atlantis” Ancient authors such as the Greek historian Herodotus from the 5th century BC wrote about Heracleion, a great temple city in honor of Amun, the Egyptian god of the sun...
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