Ancient Egyptians Went Wild for Bird Mummy Offerings
Wednesday, September 23, 2020 - 14:14

Researchers studying the mummies of birds from Ancient Egypt, used at the time as votive offerings to the gods, have made an important discovery. French experts, from the CNRS, the Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and the C2RMF

Why the Enormous Nimrod Castle Was Built in a Massive Hurry
Wednesday, September 23, 2020 - 01:04

Because of the thousands of years of human occupation, the Levant is an area rich in ruins and archaeological sites. One of the most fascinating medieval sites in the region is the castle known as Nimrod Castle, a is well preserved 13th century fortress.

Monastery in Meteora, Greece.
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - 23:55

Meteora means ‘suspended in the air’ in Greek. This site is one of the largest and most important Greek Orthodox monastic complexes. It is located in the north-western edge of the Plain of Thessaly in central Greece.

Ancient German Tomb With Circle Of Female Skeletons Found
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - 22:07

In Germany, a spectacular, mysterious tomb has been found. Archaeologists uncovered what they believe to be the ancient German tomb of a 1500-year-old German lord. Six female skeletons arranged in a circle were found in the same unusual ancient German tomb.

The Vinland Map: A Most Non-European Artifact
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - 17:56

The Vinland Map carries with it the air of mystery and, some would say, the stench of deception. In the vaults of Yale University, and insured for $25 Million, it is either a colossal fraud or an artifact of unparalleled value.

Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - 02:55

Scientists have recreated the face of a 2000-year-old Egyptian boy, using CT scanning and 3D imagery technologies. The reconstructed face was then compared to the boy’s mummy portrait. In Egypt, at the turn of the first millennium AD