Ancient Greek murder victim was a muscular warrior.
Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 18:55

Somewhere around 2,000 years ago on a Greek island, a very strong man had a seven-pointed spear, known as a styrax, thrust through his chest with such a violent force that it punched a perfectly circular hole in his sternum.

Viking Bjorn Ironside
Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 17:30

Bjorn Ironside was a famous Viking leader who legends say ruled Sweden as the first king from the House of Munsö. Son of Ragnar Lodbrok and Aslaug, he was a fearsome warrior, as his name indicates, and was said to be responsible for changing the outcome of many a battle.

Dark demonb (Luis Louro / Adobe Stock)
Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 13:56

Ever since the days when magic first arose, people have been looking to manipulate the world with supernatural means and divine intervention – often for positive ends, but also to punish or send misfortune to enemies.

Was the Brazil Tablet left by early Transatlantic explorers?
Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 01:30

In 1310, Malian explorers led by Mansa (King) Abubakari set sail to discover new lands across the Atlantic. A mysterious statuette was left by these ancient explorers in the Brazilian jungle – the Brazil Tablet.

Orpheus Charming the Animals by Jacob Hoefnagel (1613)
Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 00:52

Music has had the magical power to charm wild animals, seduce shrewd sirens and even sway Hades himself. Music provides the notes for mythology, where mortals melt the frozen hearts of ancient gods to move and intervene.

Two of the mummies discovered in the Egyptian tomb in Aswan.
Wednesday, April 24, 2019 - 22:50

The Ministry of Antiquities in Egypt has announced a major archaeological discovery in the south-east of the country. An international team has uncovered 30 Egyptian mummies that are approximately 2000 years old.


Archaeology News on Human Origins, Ancient Places and Mysterious Phenomena

Mysterious skull found in Australia Could Rewrite History

Mysterious skull found in Australia Could Rewrite History

Australia may need to revise its history books after the mysterious skull of a white man found in New South Wales was found to date back to the 1600s, long before the arrival of Captain James Cook in...
Submerged Ancient Buildings Discovered in Zakynthos

Submerged Ancient Buildings Discovered in Zakynthos, Greece

Zakynthos is the third largest Greek Island in the Ionian Sea. The name of the island comes from a legendary Arcadian King Dardanus, son of God Zeus and Electra, founder of the mythical city of...

2,500-year-old convicts’ cemetery discovered in Greece

A burial place for convicts dating back to the 7 th - 5 th century BC was discovered in Athens, Greece. The convicts were buried with their hands chained behind their backs, with fractured and broken...
14,000 Year-Old Burial Rituals

Archaeologists Find Evidence of 14,000 Year-Old Burial Rituals

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reports on a discovery revealing 14,000-year-old burial rituals conducted by one of the earliest human cultures living in...
Pyrenean glass snails - human migration

Tracking Human Migrations through … snails

How is it possible for snails in Ireland to be genetically the same as snails in France? Well probably they didn’t travel thousands of miles including sea on their own. Scientists believe that this...
Human Origins Cradle in China

Investigation into Human Origins to be Launched in China

The Cultural Heritage Bureau of Hebei province in China has announced that they will be funding an initiative to investigate traces of early humans in order to learn more about the origins of humans...
Extraterrestrial life

Americans Open Their Minds to the Possibility of Extraterrestrial Life

A Huffington Post / YouGov poll has revealed that half of Americans believe that life exists on other planets and as many as a quarter believe that extraterrestrials have already visited Earth. While...
Ancient Love story - fabius

A 2000 years old love story

Love stories are ageless and show the beauty of human nature. This is the story of Fabius Maianus a regular citizen of a former Roman city in Germany who lived between the 2 nd and 3 rd century AD...
Ancient Roman Road to Jerusalem

Roman Empire sponsored road found in Jerusalem

It is not only in our Era that Governments commission the building of roads in their countries. Large roads are important not only for creating safe passages for people but vital for expanding the...
Ancient Town Necropolis Madrid

Race is on to save Ancient Town from Housing Development in Madrid

The government of Madrid in Spain is planning to build a massive housing community over the archaeologically significant Visigothic necropolis of Vicálvaro which is the burial ground for 1,500 bodies...
A new language has been discovered in Australia

A new language has been discovered in Australia

We do not discover new languages every day, do we? Well scientists researching a desert community in Australia have discovered a new language known as light Warlpiri. The language is being used by a...
Voyager 1: The first man-made object goes beyond our solar system

The first man-made object goes beyond our solar system

Voyager 1 is a small 700kg spacecraft that was launched in 1977 by NASA with the purpose of studying the outer edges of our solar system. It has already been more than 35 years travelling in the dark...
Underground bases and Aliens

The Alien Agenda: Myth, Underground Bases & The Extraterrestrial Presence

Deep in north central New Mexico is the sleepy little town of Dulce. Dulce is located on the Archuleta Mesa on the Colorado - New Mexico Border. It is home to about 3000 residents and is the capitol...
Tikal - Corn and Mayan Population

New analysis towards ancient Mayan population estimation

Mayans were an advanced civilization that thrived for many centuries going back as far as 800 BC according to new studies . Their advancement spanned sciences, religions, writing system, calendar and...
Peru Royal Tomb

First Ever Royal Imperial Tomb Discovered in Peru

A Polish-Peruvian team of archaeologists have made a spectacular finding in El Castillo de Huarmey, a four-hour drive north of Lima, Peru – the first ever unlooted imperial tomb of the Wari , the...
World’s Oldest Full Genome

World’s Oldest Full Genome Revealed by Scientists

A new study published in the journal Nature has reported on the oldest ever full genome which comes from a 700,000 year-old horse leg bone leading to the question of how far back we can go in...