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  1. 17 Out-of-Place Artifacts Said to Suggest High-Tech Prehistoric Civilizations Existed

    ... Nuclear Reactor? Nuclear reactor site, Oklo, Gabon Republic. (NASA) In 1972, a French factory imported uranium ore from Oklo, in Africa’s Gabon Republic. The uranium had already been extracted. They found the site of ...

    ancient-origins - 28/09/2015 - 03:08

  2. Dwelling in the Land of Nod – Was it a Real City?

    The Land of Nod is not just a place we go to catch a few winks but was mentioned in Genesis as the place where Cain, the firstborn son of Adam and Eve, was cast away after murdering his brother Abel. Although the Land of Nod is mentioned only once, it has intrigued Biblical scholars for centuries – was it a real place, and if so, where was it?

    dhwty - 05/02/2019 - 23:00

  3. Professor reveals evidence that Athenian epidemic of 430 BC was first recorded Ebola outbreak

    ... more than 1,000 animals were investigated by researchers in Gabon and The Republic of Congo. Of these, the only species found to host the ...

    Robin Whitlock - 19/06/2015 - 03:44

  4. King Solomon’s Mines Discovered: Ancient Treasures - Part II

    Have King Solomon's Mines really been discovered? Yes, indeed. In fact, they have been known about for centuries, and modern archaeological work on them started way back in the early 19th century. But the site's true significance has never been realized before, and so their role in biblical and popular history has never been fully understood.

    ralph - 11/03/2016 - 00:46

  5. Saffron: Ancient Healing Powers Confirmed by Science

    By Sayer Ji,

    ancient-origins - 18/05/2014 - 03:38

  6. Exposing the Secret Sex Lives of Famous Greeks and Romans in the Ancient World

    In the ancient world, the public were not so privy to information about the scandalous sex lives of central societal figures. Still, sexual rumors have always existed and, in this way, historical figures became famous for their sexual exploits.

    valdar - 03/06/2016 - 03:46

  7. New Future for the Ancient Art of Golden Eagle Hunting

    Eagle hunting is an ancient art which has been in existence on the Central Asian Steppe, from Kyrgyzstan to Kazakhstan and Mongolia, for some 6,000 years. Societal and political changes have meant that this ancient practice is a dying tradition. But a new generation of Kazakhs, including girls for the first time, is determined to carry forward the ancient tradition of their forefathers.

    aprilholloway - 30/03/2014 - 00:25