Category: History and Archeolory

Newly Discovered 1000 BC Pacopampa Priest’s Tomb in Peru Is Turning Heads

History and Archeolory

A team of archaeologists have discovered what they believe to be the tomb of a religious leader from ancient Peru at the Pacopampa site, a priestly figure, who was baptized as the “priest of the pututos,” or the priest of the shell trumpets. The Pacopampa priest’s tomb remains have been dated to around 1000 BC.…

Archaeologists find remarkable 2,000-year-old statue of Hercules in Greece

History and Archeolory

Archaeologists were excavating the 8th-century ruins of public buildings in the ancient Greek city of Philippi when they came across something unexpected and much older than they bargained for. Among the rubble, the researchers unexpectedly unearthed a 2,000-year-old Roman statue depicting the famous hero Hercules. The well-preserved artifact is in excellent condition and has already…

GOLD AND SILVER TREASURES DISCOVERED WITH ‘ELITE CRAFTSPEOPLE’ BURIALS NEAR 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 tomb includes the shrouded remains of an elite male, dubbed the “Lord of Huarmey,” and six other people, some of whom…

Prehistoric Cave Man Discovered Frozen In The Himalayas

History and Archeolory

Two climbers from Sweden and Norway were passing through the Himalayas Mountains and attempting to reach the mountain’s summit when they unexpectedly entered one of the mountain’s secret tunnels when an avalanche started to fall all around them. Continuing further, deeper into the cave, the two travelers eventually came into something seemed to be the…

Scientists Can’t Explain These Discoveries – It’s Out Of Our Understanding

History and Archeolory

Archeological findings are discovered daily and that’s a fac. But the reality behind it all is that a lot of these simply put cannot be explained from a scientific point of view. Regardless of how much science likes to bash theorists away and call them loonies and such the truth of the matter is that…

Archaeologists In Derbyshire Have Discovered An Anglo-Saxon House From The 9th Century

History and Archeolory

A cave home that was originally believed to be an 18th-century folly has been discovered as one of the UK’s oldest preserved household interiors and was likely the home of an exiled Anglo-Saxon king, researchers speculate. Anchor Church cave in south Derbyshire was utilized as a party venue by local gentry in the 18th century,…

The Fantastic Underwater Discovery of Heracleion – Egypt’s “Atlantis”

History and Archeolory

Ancient authors such as the Greek historian Herodotus from the 5th century BC wrote about Heracleion, a great temple city in honor of Amun, the Egyptian god of the sun and the air. Amun was one of the most important gods during the New Kingdom from about 1570 to 1069 BC. The city, Thonis-Heracleion, which…

Examining First Pregnant Egyptian Mummy Make A New Fetal Discovery

History and Archeolory

How Did the Baby Carry a 2000-Year-Old Pregnant Mummy Pickle While Her Bones Didn’t Melt? Scientists working on mummified remains in Egypt recently made a major discovery: The mummy they thought was a man was actually a woman, or even a pregnant woman. No one had ever seen a fetus in a mummified body before…

2,000-Year-Old Ancient Egyptian Child Mummy Revealed in Incredible Detail Through 3D Scanning Technology

History and Archeolory

The remains of a little child, about 5 years old, was mummified and buried in Egypt about 2,000 years ago. She was dressed in fine linen with circular earrings, a belt, and an amulet, and all of her internal organs were removed. Now, a new technique that merges colorful 3D scans of the mummy’s surface…

Hunt for Cleopatra’s lost tomb may be over as ‘sensational gilded burial’ discovered at Egyptian ‘city of the dead’

History and Archeolory

ARCHAEOLOGISTS are a step closer to discovering the long-lost tomb of Cleopatra after a “sensational” find at an ancient temple in Egypt. Two high-status mummies discovered at Taposiris Magna near the city of Alexandria hint the queen could have been buried there following her tragic suicide 2,000 years ago. Cleopatra, the last queen of Egypt,…