Ancient Pazyryk nomads - Cranial Surgery
Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 14:36

Russian neurosurgeons, anthropologists, and archaeologists are working together to reconstruct the way in which ancient nomads from the Pazyryk tribe in the Altai Mountains of Siberia managed to carry out extremely advanced cranial surgery 2,300 to 2,500 years ago.  The techniques they used also bear a remarkable similarity to those found in th

3,300-year-old Egyptian woman with hair extensions discovered in Armana
Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 02:45

Archaeologists carrying out excavations at Tell el-Amarna in Egypt, the capital city built by Pharaoh Akhenaten in c. 1330 BC, have found a number of human remains containing well-preserved elaborate hairstyles, including one with more than 70 hair extensions, and another with red henna hair dye.   

Kraken
Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 00:00

Captain John Bennett and his crew were stunned when they dragged onto their fishing boat a creature with tentacles like fire hoses and eyes like dinner plates, while fishing in Antarctica’s remote Ross Sea.  It was an enormous 350 kg (770 pound) squid which they had hauled up from one mile below the surface.

The third chamber of Amphipolis Tomb
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - 13:53

Archaeologists have now entered the third chamber of the Amphipolis Tomb, a monument which has captured worldwide attention since the discovery of two marble sphinxes guarding its entrance.  Excitement and speculation have been mounting over the identity of the tomb owner and what they might find inside.

Ancient bog body found in Ireland
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - 02:30

Archaeologists in Ireland made an amazing discovery this week when they unearthed another ancient bog body in County Meath, adding to the collection of ancient human remains, some incredibly well-preserved, which have been pulled from the bog.

Teotihuacan
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - 00:13

Archaeologists have found evidence that the ancient people of Teotihuacan in Mexico, one of the largest and most important sacred cities of ancient Mesoamerica, made and drank a traditional alcoholic beverage known as pulque, a milky drink made from the sap of the agave plant.

1
2
3
4
5
6

Archaeology News on Human Origins, Ancient Places and Mysterious Phenomena

Tomb of Alexander the Great - Siwa Egypt

Tomb of Alexander the Great already found, archaeologist claims, but findings have been blocked by ‘diplomatic intervention’

The worldwide media is currently amass with news stories about the exciting discovery of an enormous tomb in Amphipolis, Greece, and speculation has been mounting that it may belong to Alexander the...

Pages

Our Mission

Ancient Origins seeks to uncover, what we believe, is one of the most important pieces of knowledge we can acquire as human beings – our beginnings.

While many believe that we already hold such knowledge, our view is that there still exists a multitude of anomalies and mysteries in humanity's past that deserve further examination.

We therefore wish to foster an open community that is dedicated to investigating, understanding and explaining the origins of our species on planet earth. To this end, we aim to organize, support and even finance efforts in this direction.

Our aim is to move beyond theories and to present a thorough examination of current research and evidence and to offer alternative viewpoints and explanations to those currently held by mainstream science and archaeology.

Come with us on a journey to explore lost civilisations, sacred writings, ancient places, unexplained artefacts and scientific mysteries while we seek to reconstruct and retell the story of our beginnings.

Ancient Image Galleries

Vessel in the form of a man on a reed raft
Administrative tablet showing the early development of cuneiform writing
The Great Pyramids