Copernicus and the Principle documentary
Thursday, July 31, 2014 - 14:02

A new documentary called The Principle, which is due to be launched on 19th September, is set to take on more than four centuries of established belief in the Copernican Principle by presenting shocking new scientific evidence that suggests the Earth holds a special plac

Ancient Ivory Figurine
Thursday, July 31, 2014 - 03:35

Archaeologists from the University of Tübingen have found an ancient fragment of ivory belonging to a 40,000 year old animal figurine. Both pieces were found in the Vogelherd Cave in southwestern Germany, which has yielded a number of remarkable works of art dating to the Ice Age.

Alken Enge  skulls
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 23:56

In 2012, a dramatic discovery was made in the Alken Enge wetlands at Skanderbord in Denmark – the skeletal remains of an entire army of Iron Age warriors who had been slaughtered and tossed into the bog around 2,000 years ago.  This was gruesome enough in itself, but a report published in

The stepwell of Rani-Ki-Vav
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 14:30

The Rani-Ki-Vav is a stepwell located at Patan, Gujerat, India. Stepwells are a unique form of water resource and storage system in India, as they are wells in which the water may be reached by descending a series of steps. The Rani-Ki-Vav is said to have been built during the 11th century A.D.

Orkney 5,000-year-old temple complex
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 03:17

A groundbreaking excavation of a prehistoric temple complex on the Scottish island of Orkney has revealed that the Neolithic inhabitants of the island were far more advanced than initially realised, according to a news release in

Nero and the burning Rome
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 00:31

Nero is today remembered as one of the mad and bad emperors of the Roman Empire. Nevertheless, this reputation may have been unjustly accorded to him, as some of the stories of his brutality were quite likely made up by the ancient writers, much like a lot of the media propaganda we see today.


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The stepwell of Rani-Ki-Vav
The Rani-Ki-Vav is a stepwell located at Patan, Gujerat, India. Stepwells are a unique form of water resource and storage system in India, as they are wells in which the water may be reached by...


Karajan Tepe in Turkey
Karahan Tepe is the sister site to the enigmatic Göbekli Tepe, that sits around 23 miles southeast of Göbekli, upon an elevated limestone ridge. It has many striking similarities to Göbekli. Firstly, it consists of T-Shaped pillars ...

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