Category: History and Archeolory

From 240,000-year-old dirt, scientists can now extract ancient human DNA

History and Archeolory

German scientists just made a major Ьгeаktһгoᴜɡһ in sequencing the DNA of our ancient ancestors. While researchers have long relied on painstaking work and pure good luck to uncover the fossilised remains of our predecessors, a new technique has allowed scientists to pull DNA from something far more abundant: dirt. Scientists have understood for years that genetic…

Mass Grave Discovered From Gruesome 400-Year-Old Shipwreck on ‘Murder Island’

History and Archeolory

One of Australia’s most bloody maritime mutinies is still turning up gruesome secrets after almost 400 years. Researchers have uncovered a mass grave holding the remains of five individuals who may or may not have survived the shipwreck of the Batavia – a Dutch merchant vessel that ran aground on a small coral island about 60 kilometres…

Found relics of a female deity who lost-long time ago in mass graves in Peru

History and Archeolory

Construction workers were digging trenches to install gas pipelines when they discovered a mass grave containing the bodies of 12 people The remains of children and adults were found by contractors on Tuesday, and archaeologists date them to between 600 and 800 years old It is theorized that the skeletons may be related to the…

A monumental Roman cemetery was found from the excavation of several chained skeletons

History and Archeolory

A team of archaeologists carrying out excavations prior to the construction of a single-family home in Saintes, southwestern France, has unearthed the skeletons of several individuals, including two women and two children, some with iron shackles around their necks, the ankles or wrists, according to the National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP) in a…

The mummy of a clever queen who ruled Egypt from 1370 to 1330 BC was found buried with a mysterious mummy

History and Archeolory

An archaeologist has claimed that he has found the mummy of Nefertiti, the wife of King Akhenaton and queen of Egypt, who was renowned for her beauty. An archaeologist has claimed that he has found the mummy of Nefertiti, the wife of King Akhenaton and queen of Egypt, who was renowned for her beauty, according…

Unearth an intact Hero skeleton has helped archaeologists recreate the famous battle of Waterloo

History and Archeolory

Finding human remains at the site of a famous battle isn’t usually very surprising. But it is in the case of the Battle of Waterloo, which ended Napoleon’s rule as emperor of France. Though up to 20,000 men died in the battle in modern-day Belgium on June 18, 1815, many bones were later burned or…

Found 500-year-old a female mummy preserved intact in mystery red liquid

History and Archeolory

Completely by accident in Jiangsu province in eastern China, the builders found an ancient burial place, where archaeologists have discovered a female mummy. According to experts, dumping refers to the time of the Ming Dynasty and he is at least 500 years According to experts, dumping refers to the time of the Ming Dynasty (ie…

1,400-Year-Old Royal Hall of East Anglian Kings Unearthed in Suffolk

History and Archeolory

An ongoing community archaeology project in southeast Suffolk, known as Rendlesham Revealed , has uncovered a royal hall “of international importance” dating back 1,400 years. Termed the “Hall of the First Kings of East Anglia,” it was first identified by aerial photography in 2015 by an earlier pilot community project. Excavations over the summer of 2022 revealed…

Enter The ‘Dragon Man’: Giant 146,000-Plus Year-Old Skull Might Belong To New Human Species

History and Archeolory

A team of international researchers studying an ancient skull determined it belongs to a newly discovered species that’s more closely related to modern humans than Neanderthals, but others in the scientific community say the skull might belong to a mysterious, but already known ancestor. The skull was reportedly found by a farmer in the northern Chinese city…

The discovery of at least 200 mammoth skeletons near Mexico City may help explain why the species became extinct

History and Archeolory

The discovery of at least 200 mammoth skeletons near Mexico City may help explain why the species became extinct, archaeologists have said. The elephant-like beast, which had tusks and, in some cases, a covering of long hair, lived from about five million years ago before disappearing in the last 4,000 years. Experts have been discovering…