Category: History and Archeolory

Phurba Dagger: Magical Weapon That Restrains Evil And Harmful Occult Forces

History and Archeolory

The Phurba is a triple-sided Tibetan ritual dagger. It has several functions, one of which is to restrain evil and harmful occult forces and fight life obstacles. Another function of the Phurba is that it can transform all the negative energies into positive forces. The magical dagger erases emotions like violence, hatred, and other aggressive…

‘Amazon woman warrior’ from 14th century found by Siberian archeologists in Mongolia

History and Archeolory

Another grave in ancient burial shows ‘expensive jewellery’ brought home to lived ones from Europe. Gold plaque, decorated with filigree and granulation and gems. . Picture here and below: Artur Kharinsky The Mongol ‘woman fighter’ was around 30 to 40 years old and was tall for her time – some 180 centimetres in height, say archeologists…

The Roman who towered a foot-and-a-half above his peers: First ancient skeleton of man with gigantism found

History and Archeolory

At 6ft 8in tall, he would have been easily eligible to compete amongst those giants of sport in the U.S. basketball leagues today. In third-century AD Rome, where men averaged only about 5ft 6in, he would have been a giant the likes of which most people had never seen. It’s no legend – archaeologists believe…

Mummies Scanned to Unravel the Beautiful Mysteries Bound Inside

History and Archeolory

Thanks to modern CT technology, archaeologists have now been able to look deep within three ancient Egyptian mummies discovered back in 1615 AD. Discovered in a rock-cut tomb more than four centuries ago at the ancient Egyptian necropolis of Saqqara, the adult male and female mummies, along with a teen mummy , represent “the only surviving” stucco-shrouded portrait mummies. Rather…

The Astonishing mysteries of the Roman catacombs “Unearthed in Egypt”

History and Archeolory

Roman-era catacomb unearthed in EgyptThe Ministry of Antiquities announced on the discovery of an ancient cemetery in Saqqara. It is the first discovered cemetery from the Roman era in this region. During the last excavation season, a joint Egyptian-Japanese archaeological mission in North Saqqara headed by Nozomu Kawai of Kanazawa University and Waseda University in…

Archaeologists’ Mysterious Treasure Chests in Egypt Provide Insight into “a Lost Tomb”

History and Archeolory

Archaeologists working at one of the most famous Egyptian archaeological sites have made an amazing discovery. They have come across a stone chest and a wooden box with unusual contents. Experts believe that these curious finds are very important, as they may indicate the lost tomb of  Pharaoh Thutmose II, who died over 3,500 years ago. The…

Archaeologists discovered a secret ‘forbidden room’ that reveals how slaves lived

History and Archeolory

In the year 79 A.D, the volcano Mount Vesuvius erupted and buried the Roman city of Pompeii in ashes. One witness described dust pouring over the land like a flood, spreading darkness over the population. Thousands of people died and no one returned to Pompeii for many years. However, when explorers came in 1748, they…

The unexpected finding of a middle class in the doomed city of Pompeii in A.D. 79

History and Archeolory

A trunk with its lid left open. A wooden dishware closet, its shelves caved in. Three-legged accent tables topped by decorative bowls. These latest discoveries by archaeologists are enriching knowledge about middle-class lives in Pompeii before Mount Vesuvius’ furious eruption buried the ancient Roman city in volcanic debris. Pompeii’s archaeological park, one of Italy’s top…

Tomb of the deposed Han emperor shows the grandeur of “the Han dynasty, China”

History and Archeolory

Yuanping. He was originally the ruler of Changyi, later installed by the minister Huo Guang as emperor in 74 BC. Twenty-seven days later, he was deposed and omitted from the official list of emperors, with a total of 1127 examples of misconduct used as evidence in articles of impeachment by palace officials. Liu He was…

In Sweden, an eight-year-old girl discovers a 1,500-year-old sword in a lake

History and Archeolory

A new discovery was made recently in the Vidöstern lake from the Jonkoping County in Sweden by an eight-year-old girl. While she was swimming in the lake near her family’s summer home she was throwing around sticks and stones as any child would, when she noticed a very strange looking stick. After picking it up…