Time Capsule of the House of the Tesserae Opens Window into the Past
Monday, October 19, 2020 - 13:59

In 2017 archaeologists in Jordan unearthed a time capsule dating back over a thousand years. The House of the Tesserae was fortuitously preserved after an earthquake struck the Jordanian city of Jerash in the 8th century AD. 

American Archaeologists Disagree Over Latest Roanoke Colony Theory
Sunday, October 18, 2020 - 19:14

American researchers have presented new archaeological evidence of what they think represents survivors from the lost Roanoke colony in Bertie County, North Carolina, living among native populations.

The Mythological Reality Of King Minos’ Golden Ring
Sunday, October 18, 2020 - 18:03

Over the last two centuries, since archaeologists have been actively digging in the ground searching for evidence of lost civilizations, there have been countless discoveries of ancient cities, magnificent temples and spectacular stone monuments raised in honor of the gods.

Ruins of the medieval friary found under the car park. (Cotswold Archaeology) "The White Friars and Church of St. Mary de Crypt in Gloucester" drawn and etched by Samuel Lysons. (
Sunday, October 18, 2020 - 04:54

British archaeologists have long speculated over the most probable site for a long lost medieval Friary that once stood in open countryside near Gloucester, England. Now it’s been discovered, but not in its tranquil English old-world setting, rather, beneath a carpark and bus station.

Two years ago, German scientists dated the Idol as being 11,000 years old.
Sunday, October 18, 2020 - 01:16

Dating back 11,000 years - with a coded message left by ancient man from the Mesolithic Age - the Shigir Idol is almost three times as old as the Egyptian pyramids.
New scientific findings suggest that images and hieroglyphics on the wooden statue were carved with the jaw of a beaver, its teeth intact.

Giant Cat Geoglyph Found Near the Mysterious Nazca Lines
Saturday, October 17, 2020 - 20:19

Experts have found a giant new cat geoglyph in Peru near the world-famous Nazca Lines. They identified the huge figure of the feline on a hill that overlooks the pre-Hispanic designs and features.