Category: History and Archeolory

Archaeologists Find the First Example of a Harappan Couple Burial

History and Archeolory

A rare discovery at an ancient Harappan site shows that death doesn’t even mean the end for some relationships. The couple’s burial stands out from others in a sprawling cemetery. Even in the grave, the man was laid to rest in such a way that it appears he’s still admiring his partner. It’s definitely not…

2,200-Year-Old Fruit Baskets Found in Underwater City of Heracleion

History and Archeolory

Fruit baskets — with fruit still inside — that are more than 2,200 years old were discovered recently in ruins of Thonis-Heracleion, the ancient lost city near Alexandria, Egypt. The city, once the nexus of Mediterranean trade routes in the Hellenistic era, sank beneath the waves in the second century BC as the result of…

3000 Year Old Ancient Astronaut And Spaceship Artefact Found In Museum

History and Archeolory

This is probably the hardest ancient astronaut artefact, to be explained away by archaeologists and scientists. When I look at this I cannot mix it up with another similar looking ancient artefact or another known piece of ancient mechanisms or a human powered weapon for that matter! But believe it or not there’s more than…

Discovery of mummified kestrel reveals evidence for falconry in ancient Egypt

History and Archeolory

Throughout the ages around the world, humans have associated gods of various religions with animals. Some individual animals in ancient Egypt were so sacred they were believed to have the spirits of gods within them, and millions of animals in ancient Egypt were killed and mummified as offerings to various deities. A team of researchers…

The mysterious woman behind the mummy of the Golden Lady

History and Archeolory

The discovery of mummies always fascinates Egyptologists and civil society itself when looking at such ancient artifacts. Studying them, however, can be an arduous process, as the antiquity of the pieces makes them increasingly sensitive over time. It is clear, therefore, that the preservation of these ancient bodies profoundly limits the research capacity of archaeologists,…

New Patagonian Dinosaur May Be Largest Yet

History and Archeolory

Scientists have unearthed massive, 98-million-year-old fossils in southwest Argentina they say may have belonged to the largest dinosaur ever discovered. Human-sized pieces of fossilized bone belonging to the giant sauropod appear to be 10-20 percent larger than those attributed to Patagotitan mayorum, the biggest dinosaur ever identified, according to a statement Wednesday from the National…

Archaeologists were amazed to discover a new carnivorous dinosaur discovered in Argentina

History and Archeolory

According to the Vietnam News Agency correspondent in Buenos Aires, on September 8, Argentina’s National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (Conicet) announced that the country’s scientists had discovered foѕѕіɩѕ of a new ѕрeсіeѕ of the family of carnivorous dinosaurs. Abelisaurid meat at an archaeological site near the city of Plaza Huincul in the province…

An Underground City Full Of Giant Skeletons Discovered In The Grand Canyon

History and Archeolory

In the early 20th century, chance led us to the gate of the underground town of the most prominent giants of that period. This was an unprecedented find in the Grand Canyon, which soon repeated in the press. The Grand Canyon was the birthplace of a culture in which, according to an article published in…

‘Human sacrifice’ victims discovered at ancient burial site

History and Archeolory

Workers preparing to lay new water pipes have discovered a gruesome ancient burial site in the U.K. Some 26 human skeletons from the Iron Age and Roman periods were found at the site in Childrey Warren, Oxfordshire, some of which are believed to be ritual burials. One female skeleton at the site was found buried…

Battered skeleton of Scot ‘brutally murdered’ 1400 years ago may have been a ROYAL

History and Archeolory

AN ANCIENT Scot who was subjected to a gruesome death 1,400 years ago might have actually been a royal, according to new research. The Pictish man with a smashed skull was found in a Scottish cave a few years ago but recent analysis has given more clues as to who he was and how he…