Category: History and Archeolory

A 6,000-year-old tomb has been found in Egypt’s Saqqara Necropolis, and inside are some weird non-human mummies

History and Archeolory

In Egypt’s Saqqara Necropolis, a 6,000-year-old tomb has been discovered. In additional burial chambers, archaeologists discovered cat and scarab mummies. Egypt’s King Userkaf pyramid complex has archaeologists preparing to unearth an unknown Fifth Dynasty tomb. The Necropolis was built not long after the Great Pyramid of Giza, more than 2,500 years ago. The tomb’s entrance,…

“Reveal” the mysteries surrounding the 4,000-year-old mummy after discovering where it was stolen

History and Archeolory

The FBI has solved the mystery of the identity a 4,000-year-old mummy, after extracting DNA from its tooth. Since 1915, when the severed head of a mummy was discovered in the corner of a looted tomb in the ancient Egyptian necropolis of Deir el-Bersha, archaeologists have puzzled over its identity. Despite deciphering that the tomb…

Best-Preserved Ancient Fruit Found in 4,000-Year-Old Burial Chamber: Honey’s Preservative Power

History and Archeolory

An Early Bronze Age burial mound in Georgia, known as a kurgan, held in its depths astonishingly well preserved wild fruits. Sitting underground for thousands of years, left as nourishment for the hungry souls of the dead, these fruits even exuded the aroma of fresh fruit when researchers sliced into them. They were preserved in…

Egypt’s Lost Worlds Found And Things Revealed

History and Archeolory

Egypt or the land of the pharaohs, as it is commonly known, is famous for its golden treasures, bandaged mummies and giant pyramids. It is a country that has experienced an unbelievably high number of historical events since the prehistoric times. In 2018, the world will get an opportunity to learn more about one of…

Revealed: The sunken Roman city that was once the resort of the super rich but now lies beneath the waves with its treasures intact

History and Archeolory

The sunken city of the Caesars, lost for 1,700 years beneath waves off of Italy’s west coast, has been revealed in stunning new photographs taken by divers who were allowed to explore the area. Baiae was the Las Vegas for the super-rich of the 1st Century’s ancient Rome, covered in sprawling mansions and synonymous with luxury and wickedness,…

2,400-year-old tomb found in southwestern province

History and Archeolory

A tomb estimated to be 2,400-year-old has come to light in the southwestern province of Muğla’s Milas district. After a citizen noticed a large stone while digging a field some 30 inches below the ground, he realized it was a historical relic and notified the Milas Museum Directorate. Upon the citizen’s notification, archaeologists and workers started works and…

One of the rarest jewels in existence in the world to this day

History and Archeolory

During Sir Charles Leonard Woolley’s excavation of Ur from 1922 to 1934, any burial without a tomb chamber was given the name ‘death pit’ (known also as ‘grave pits’). Arguably the most impressive death pit excavated by Woolley and his team was PG 1237, which Woolley dubbed as ‘The Great Death Pit’, due to the…

Researchers unravel secrets by interpreting an “ancient Peruvian” solid gold star map

History and Archeolory

It seems that modern archaeology dictates everything. Everything we do and everything that surrounds us conforms to a predetermined historical pattern. But we humans are always eager to discover and explore the very inner mysteries of our world and history. By doing so, we demonstrated that academia is just a mere joke, a mere facade…

Unravel the Mysteries of “Mini Golden Coffin” Found in Crypt May Hold Skull Bone of Buddha

History and Archeolory

When archaeologists were excavating the Grand Bao’en Temple of Nanjing, China in 2008 they came across a significant find – a relic linked to Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama. The artifact was a skull bone found inside a decorated model stupa which was located in an underground shrine. This relic was later put on display in Hong…

Unveils the mysteries surrounding the 1,400-year-old Tomb of Moche, rich artifacts of ancient gold

History and Archeolory

A team of archaeologists digging at the Ucupe archaeological site in the north-western Peruvian region of Lambayeque have discovered Moche civilization graves dating back 1,400 years. The Moche people, also known as the Mochica culture, ruled over the northern coast of modern-day Peru beginning about 2000 years ago, and according to a news report in RPP the…