Category: History and Archeolory

Gold and silver treasures discovered with ‘elite craftspeople’ burials near powerful Wari queen’s tomb

History and Archeolory

Archaeologists excavating a necropolis north of Lima have unearthed a 1,300-year-old ornate tomb from the Wari era of Peru. The tomb contains the remains of a high-status man dubbed the “Lord of Huarmey.” The remains of six other people were found in the same tomb, some of which were likely reinterred after first being buried…

Are Fairy, Mermaids, Dragons, Mysterious Creatures Real? Mermaids

History and Archeolory

In mythology, mermaids — or mermaidlike creatures — have existed for thousands of years. The first myths of mermaids may have originated around 1000 B.C. — stories tell the tale of a Syrian goddess who jumped into a lake to turn into a fish, but her great beauty could not be changed and only her…

The fossilized remains of a Roman chariot buried with 2 horses have been uncovered in Croatia.

History and Archeolory

Archaeologists in Croatia uncovered the fossilized remains of a Roman chariot buried with two horses as part of a funeral ceremony. The fossilized remains of a Roman chariot buried with 2 horses as part of a burial ritual have recently been uncovered in Croatia. A large burial chamber for an ‘extremely wealthy family’ was discovered…

Ancıent Gıant Skeleton Dıscovered In Krabı Cave Confırms Legend Of Tɦe Nagas – Or Perɦaps Not

History and Archeolory

Scıentısts ɦave dıscovered an ancıent gıant skeleton and ɦuge snake bones. It’s an extraordınarƴ dıscoverƴ, and ıf ıt’s genuıne ıt offers evidence gıants roamed tɦe Eartɦ ın tɦe past and. It also confırms tɦe ancıent legend of tɦe Nagas. Credıt: KBTV / Kasetsart Unıversıtƴ Facultƴ Of Lıberal Arts and Scıence Wɦıle excavatıng ın tɦe Kɦao…

Dinosaur Found on Fossilized Eggs with Babies Inside!

History and Archeolory

A 70-million-year-old fossilized dinosaur egg discovered in China is giving scientist the opportunity to study dinosaur incubation. Nicknamed Baby Yingliang — after the Chinese museum where it was discovered — the fossil preserves the embryonic skeleton of an oviraptorid dinosaur and shows the baby dinosaur curled up perfectly inside, CNN reported. Speaking about the discovery, Darla…

Archaeologists in Chiapas, Mexico Unearth Remains of Maya Noblewoman

History and Archeolory

The Chiapas branch of Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) has just reported a notable find in the heavily excavated Palenque Archaeological Zone in the southern part of the country, in what was once Maya territory. During salvage work taking place in what was to be the zone’s new restroom area, archaeologists uncovered…

The Mystery Of The Vampire Skeletons Buried In Ireland

History and Archeolory

Archaeologists have made a gruesome discovery that could be straight out of a horror movie. A number of 8th Century human skeletons have been found with large stones stuck in their mouths – something researchers believe locals did to stop the dead from returning to walk the Earth as zombies. The research started more than…

Archaeologists Have Uncovered Rooms of an Ancient House in Pompeii

History and Archeolory

Archaeologists Have Uncovered Rooms of an Ancient House in Pompeii The Archaeological Park of Pompeii first unearthed this home, or ‘domus’, in 2018, and on Saturday announced the discoveries of four new rooms. This included a bedroom containing a bedframe and scrap of pillow, a storage room with a wooden cabinet and two upstairs rooms that…

12 Jaw-Dropping Helmets from the Ancient World

History and Archeolory

Helmets of the ancient world could be dazzling, terrifying, intimidating or sometimes simply practical. Here we look at 12 incredible helmets from across the ancient world. A Japanese Samurai helmet and mask. Samurai helmets were designed to intimidate the enemy. They were shaped to look like devils or mountain sprits. The helmets were constructed in several sections…

76 Pre-Inca Child Sacrifices Found at Peru’s Pampa La Cruz site

History and Archeolory

Archaeologists working at the pre-Inca Pampa La Cruz site in Peru have found even more evidence of Chimu child sacrifice practices. The sacrificial remains of 76 more children have been discovered at the site, located in the remote Huanchaco district about 190 miles (305 kilometers) north of Lima. The Pampa La Cruz site is a…