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  1. 2,500-Year-Old Celtic Chariot Proves Iron Age Links with Mainland Europe

    ... where the chariot was discovered. The construction of the new Edinburgh Interchange was planned to begin in 2001. Before the building ...

    dhwty - 11/12/2016 - 21:49

  2. Picking Apart the Picts: The Value of Aberdeen's Newest Discovery

    ... in the northern region of Moray have provided exciting new information of Pictish domesticity. Historical Clues of the Picts ... determined less important than the necessity of the new town and subsequent road. Because of this building program, archaeologists ... Fraser, James E. 2009. From Caledonia to Pictland: Scotland to 795. Edinburgh University Press: ...

    Riley Winters - 23/08/2017 - 23:06

  3. Evidence Of New Route Into Scotland For Roman Invasion Attempt

    ... undertaken by GUARD Archaeology prior to the building of the new Ayr Academy uncovered evidence of thousands of years of continued ... wrote a research paper called Caledonian Guerrillas Crush New World Order which analyses the main contenders proposed as hosts for this ...

    ashley cowie - 28/05/2019 - 17:10

  4. Phantom islands on ancient maps dismissed as mirages, myths, or mistakes

    ... to one of these phantom islands expecting to find it between New Caledonia and Australia. Sandy Island had been included on Google Maps, but the ...

    Mark Miller - 23/01/2015 - 00:37

  5. Ancient Skulls Give Insights into Origins of Polynesians

    ... 3,000 years ago - although people had been in Australia, New Guinea and the Solomons for maybe 50,000 years or so - they hadn't got out beyond into islands like Vanuatu, Fiji, New Caledonia, and out into the further reaches of the Pacific. What we found, ...

    Natalia Klimczak - 31/12/2015 - 00:52

  6. Talietumu Fort, Wallis and Futuna: The Fortress for a King Whose Feet Could Never Touch the Ground

    ... feet could not touch the ground like his subjects. New research suggests Tonga was a vast seafaring empire Where Did ... is only one airline serving the island and it flies from New Caledonia to Wallis and Futuna. However, the islands are becoming very popular ...

    Ed Whelan - 22/12/2018 - 23:05

  7. Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area on Norfolk Island was Hell in Paradise

    ... on the site was by Polynesians who may have come from New Zealand in the 13 th or 14 th century, but they later abandoned the ... of Australia, located between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia.  It was inhabited by some free settlers and convicts who provided ...

    Ed Whelan - 28/11/2018 - 01:38

  8. Ultraviolet light reveals hidden text in ancient book of Arthurian stories

    ... they think is the ending of a poem on a preceding page and a new poem at the bottom of the page. Past Horizons quotes Williams as saying: ...

    Mark Miller - 05/04/2015 - 01:40

  9. Scotland’s Catastrophic Comet Conspiracy

    ... Atlantis was Britain he proclaimed that prior to 584 BC Caledonia (Scotland) was the original holy land and asked his readers to ...

    ashley cowie - 31/03/2017 - 14:02

  10. Formidability in the Face of Factions: The Significance of Dunollie Fort

    ... for archaeologists and historians, as texts can provide new information long erased from the site as well as provide confirmation of ... Antiquity, 75(288), pp.285-292. FRASER, James E., 2009, Caledonia to Pictland: Scotland to 795. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press ...

    Riley Winters - 07/07/2016 - 03:46

  11. Art, Meds, and Fuel - The Surprising Historical Uses of Ancient Mummies

    By Liz Leafloor | Epoch Times

    ancient-origins - 21/02/2015 - 12:11

  12. The World-wide Mysterious Phenomena Of Elongated Skulls

    ... have been found in countries such as Malekula and New Hebrides, while tabular modifications are practiced on the neighboring Solomon Islands and on New Caledonia.  They have also discovered that the methods, customs and traditions ...

    rita - 17/10/2013 - 05:00

  13. Medieval Wild Man relic discovered by treasure hunters has roots in ancient history

    English metal detectorists have found a Medieval spoon handle depicting a figure of the Wild Man, a hairy, club-wielding legend who existed on the edges of civilization from ancient times. Stories about the Wild Man differ, some say he was a prophet, or that he went mad with grief over the loss of his beloved, or that he was a monster slayer and hero.

    Mark Miller - 14/12/2015 - 00:56