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Sunday, July 21, 2019 - 15:18

Scientists visiting Ellesmere Island in the Canadian Arctic discovered something remarkable and fascinating.

Closeup of glyphs on a Mayan calendar. Credit: zimmytws / Adobe Stock
Sunday, July 21, 2019 - 15:03

With new technology available to us, we’re inching closer to the end of the days when deciphering ancient languages is a painstaking task filled with frustration and confusion.

The Pig Fat Sleds and ‘Flying’ Stones of Stonehenge
Sunday, July 21, 2019 - 13:59

An innovative professor proposes that Britain’s ancient people moved the massive megaliths used to build the world famous stone circle, Stonehenge, by ‘greasing giant sleds with pig lard’ and sliding the stones across the landscape.

Amphitheater, Xanten Archeological Park
Sunday, July 21, 2019 - 01:03

Open-air archaeological parks or museums are increasingly popular as they bring the past to life. 

Some of the animal species that held a special place in ancient folklore: Horse (Pixabay License), dog (Pixabay License), hedgehog (Pixabay License), squirrel (Pixabay License), baboon (Pixabay License), cat (Pixabay License).
Saturday, July 20, 2019 - 22:30

Animals far outnumber us on the planet. And while humans have domesticated some of them for work or food, others have been observed, admired, feared, and revered from afar. 

Moon Landing Conspiracy Theorists Biting Dust On the 50th Anniversary of First Lunar Mission
Saturday, July 20, 2019 - 15:46

Today, July 20 2019, at precisely 4:17:40PM ET, it is exactly fifty years since the Apollo Lunar Module ‘Eagle’ touched down on the Moon and while anniversary events are being held all over the world in honor of this monumental historic achievement

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Archaeology News on Human Origins, Ancient Places and Mysterious Phenomena

War Minoan Europe’s first civilisation

War was central to Europe’s first civilisation – contrary to popular belief

A new study has revealed that Europe’s first civilization, known as the Minoan civilization , was characterized by war and was not the peace-loving culture that it was believed to be. The ancient...
Pyramid Structure in Java 9,000-years-old

On the Verge of a Major Discovery – Pyramid Structure in Java May be More than 9,000-years-old

Geologist Danny Hilman is on the verge of a major discovery – 120 kilometres south of Jakarta in Gunung Padang, sits an ancient arrangement of large stones atop a hill. Now evidence suggests that...
Monogamy in Humans

Evolution of Monogamy in Humans was the Result of Infanticide Risk

A new study has suggested that the prime reason that monogamy evolved in humans and primates was the threat of infants being killed by unrelated males. The team of researchers from University College...
6000-year-old ‘halls of the dead’ Manchester UK

6000-year-old ‘halls of the dead’ discovered in the UK

Archaeologists have made a sensational find in Herefordshire, England, where they uncovered the remains of two large 6000-year-old halls buried within a prehistoric burial mound. They would have been...
Incas mummies sacrificed

The Last Moments of 500-Year-Old Child Mummies

Over a decade ago, the remains of three children were found, remarkably preserved, atop the summit of Volcan Llullaillaco in Argentina. In 2012, an analysis on the bodies of the 13-year-old ‘Maiden’...
Pig Chimpanzees Hybrids = Humans

Geneticist Suggests Humans Could be Hybrids

A new study conducted by well-known geneticist, Dr Eugene McCarthy, has controversially suggested that traits distinguishing chimpanzees from humans consistently connect with pigs and that Homo...
Ancient "Hobbit" Looked Like Humans

New Research Suggests Ancient "Hobbit" Looked More Like us than Apes

Recently, we reported on new research proving that the remains of the “hobbit” (technically known as Homo floresiensis) did not belong to that of a Homo sapien with pathology but to a distinct...
Texas Mammoth Humans

Humans may have Inhabited Central Plains of the USA much earlier than Currently Proven

Archaeologists have uncovered stone flakes accumulated from tool-making activities in the same shallow layer of sediment as 15,500-year-old mammoth bones in Scott City, Kansas, which may reveal the...
Prehistoric civilization along Silk Road

Prehistoric civilization found along Silk Road

Archaeologists have found artefacts that suggest ancient humans lived along the Silk Road long before it was created about 2,000 years ago and that trading between east and west began prior to the...
Aggressiion related to Diet and Brain

The origins of aggression in humans – New Evidence

If we look at our history we will see that aggressive human behaviour and wars among us have always been there. Today that type of behaviour is even more dangerous because of the use of weapons of...
Prophet Elisha

Archaeologists may have found home of Bible Prophet Elisha

Archaeologists in Israel have found a shard of pottery with the name of the Old Testament prophet Elisha on it, leading them to believe they have discovered his home. The pottery shard has been dated...
Mysterious Medieval Mansion Turns Up After 900 Years

Mysterious Medieval Mansion Turns Up After 900 Years

British archaeologists have found what appears to be a medieval mansion and surrounding buildings dating back to the 12 th – 14 th century, of which there are no historical records that such a site...
 mystery lead coffin

Inside mystery stone coffin at ancient monastery is… another mystery lead coffin

A couple of days ago we reported on plans to open up a mysterious stone coffin found at the ruins of Greyfriars church in Leicester, the site where King Richard III was discovered last September...
Evidence linking Ancient Chinese and Americans

Evidence linking Ancient Chinese and Americans

Recently, we published an article saying that China is getting more interested in investigating human origins supporting the idea that China may have been the cradle of ancient humans. This theory...
flin blade discovered caves Spain

1.4 million flint blade discovered in prehistoric caves in Spain

Yesterday we reported on a new excavation project underway in the caves of Atapuerca in Spain, a world heritage site which has already offered up hundreds of incredible items belonging to our...
Dinosaurs Extinction affecting other species

Why Dinosaurs Extinction didn’t affect other species similarly?

We all know that dinosaurs do not exist anymore and we are familiar with the theory saying that dinosaurs became extinct more than 60 million years ago at the end of the Cretaceous Period (146 to 65...

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