Category: History and Archeolory

Scientists Find 6,500-Year-Old Human Skeleton In Museum Basement

History and Archeolory

Scientists at the Penn Museum in Philadelphia, affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania, said on Tuesday that have rediscovered a rare 6,500-year-old human skeleton in one of the museum’s storage rooms. The skeleton, which dates back to about 4500 BC, had been stored in a coffin-like box for 85 years According to scientists, they had…

Mongolia: Archaeologists uneаrtһ tomb Of Genghis Khan

History and Archeolory

Construction workers employed in road building near the Onon River in the Khentii province of Mongolia, have discovered a mass ɡгаⱱe containing the remains of many dozens of һᴜmап сoгрѕeѕ ɩуіпɡ upon a large rudimentary stone structure. Forensic experts and archaeologists were called on the site, which was гeⱱeаɩed to be a Mongolian royal tomЬ…

Archaeologists Discovered a Partially Mummified Skeleton That Proves Greek Theater Was Thriving in Roman Pompeii

History and Archeolory

The tomb belonged to a formerly enslaved man named Marcus Venerius Secundio. Archaeologists have discovered a tomb in Pompeii containing one of the site’s best-preserved skeletons to date—and the partially mummified remains offer fascinating insight into the previously unknown role that Greek culture played in the ancient Roman city. An inscription on the dead man’s…

Meet The Inca Ice Maiden, Perhaps The Bєst-Preserved Mummy In Human History

History and Archeolory

The must-see attraction for visitors to Museo Santuarios Andinos (Museum of Andean Sanctuaries) in Arequipa, Peru is without a doubt the Mummy Juanita, one of the world’s best-preserved corpses. Her full head of dark hair is still intact and the skin on her hands and arms, discolouration aside, shows almost no decay. The mummy’s discoverer,…

5,000-year-old Bryde’s whale skeleton unearthed in Thailand

History and Archeolory

An unusual, partly fossilized skeleton belonging to a Bryde whale, estimated to be about 5,000 years old, has been discovered by researchers in Thailand at an inland site west of Bangkok. At the beginning of November, a skeleton weighing 12.5 meters (41ft), about the length of a truck, was discovered by a cyclist who saw some…

This 1,600-Year-Old Elongated Skull with Stone-Encrusted Teeth Was Discovered in Mexico

History and Archeolory

This latest discovery is from Mexico, which includes all the places that Teotihuacan’s famous ancient ruins are located. Although the ruins are quite interesting, we are not here for them. We will be discussing the near 1,600-year old skeleton of a woman discovered in the vicinity. The images show that the skull is long, which…

Greek Farmer Stumbled on a 3,400-Year-Old Tomb in His Olive Grove While Parking His Car

History and Archeolory

The Crete local was trying to park his vehicle when he accidentally unearthed the ancient Minoan grave. Sometime between 1400 and 1200 B.C., two Minoan men were laid to rest in an underground enclosure carved out of the soft limestone native to southeast Crete. Both were entombed within larnakes—intricately embossed clay coffins popular in Bronze…

3000-Year-Old Skeletons of Ancient Viol.ence Vic.tims Found in World’s Arid Desert

History and Archeolory

Surviving in the Atacama Desert was not easy, but nature was not the real danger here. No one would have thought that farming here would be easy. And yet, the brutal hardships of living in one of Earth’s driest, harshest environments proved fatal to many, and not all dangers were imposed by the desert. Instead,…

Evidence Syphilis Did Not Arrive In Europe With Columbus Expedition

History and Archeolory

Mass burials are common remnants of the many plague outbreaks that ravaged medieval Europe . A number of these graveyards are well documented in historical sources, but the locations of most, and the victims they contain, have been lost to the pages of time. In Vilnius, Lithuania, one such cemetery was found in a typical way: accidental discovery during a…

Child Sacrifice Victims at Maya ‘Midnight Terror Cave’ Gagged Before Slaughter

History and Archeolory

Archaeologists studying Belize’s “Midnight Terror Cave” have discovered mysterious blue fibers in the tooth plaque of sacrificed teenagers, which suggests the young sacrifice victims had been gagged. In 2016, Ancient Origins published a story about “The Midnight Terror Cave”, located south of Belmopan city in the Cayo District of Belize, in Central America. First discovered in 2006,…