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,…

130,000-Year-Old Evidence of Humans in California

History and Archeolory

Two mastodon femur balls, one face up and one face down, are among the remains found at the Cerutti site in San Diego. Archaeologists in California made a startling announcement: they had discovered a 130,000-year-old prehistoric human campsite in the Golden State. According to currently accepted evidence. Prehistoric Humans — maybe Neandertals or some other…

Hundreds Of Pure Gold Roman Coins Found in Italy

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Roman Coins: An exciting archeological find in Como, Italy just north of Milan was announced in September of 2020 by the Italian Minister for Culture. In the basement of a theatre being renovated, the workers stumbled upon what they thought was a large soapstone jar that, after examination from scientists, turned out to be amphora…

The Skeletons of Cyclops and Lestrigons: Quaternary Vertebrates are the Remnants of the Mythical Giants

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The myth of giants as first inhabitants of countries is a common legend shared by different cultures. In this paper, we highlight that one of the determining factors of the origination of the myth was the discovery of large vertebrate bones (largely Cenozoic), initially interpreted as the remains of giant humans. Thus, huge skeletons were…

The Strange ‘Dancing Skeleton’ Of Ust-Ivanovka, In The Russian Far East

Archaeology Mystery of Tomb

An ancient skeleton surprised archaeologists because he appeared to be dancing when his grave was opened in the Amur region, in the Russian Far East. Archaeologist Denis Volkov, 35, said: ‘We jokingly nicknamed this skeleton Mikhail. Tied up in his grave, the strange ‘dancing skeleton’ of Ust-Ivanovka “He amazed us with his pose – he…

Couple Found In Ukrainian Grave After Wife Was Buried Alive With Dead Husband

History and Archeolory

An ancient man and woman have been found locked in a loving embrace for 3,000 years in a grave in Ukraine. The woman was willingly entombed alive in order to accompany her husband to the next world, archeologists believe. Autopsy experts say it would not be possible to place the woman’s body in such a…

A Nazca Skull: The Mummified Shamans Sporting Long Dreaded Manes Of Hair.

History and Archeolory

The Chauchilla Cemetery, a 1,000-year-old burial ground located about 30 km south of Nazca, is NOT to be missed. Open-air tombs of shockingly well preserved mummies, eerie and extraordinary messengers from late-era Nazca culture. Clothing and hairstyles reveal intriguing cultural details which bring the ancient civilization to life. Don’t miss the mummified shamans sporting long…

Why Did Ancient Scots Prepare ‘Frankenstein’ Mummies?

History and Archeolory

In 2001, a team of archaeologists found a pair of skeletons at an archaeological site on the island of South Uist off the coast of Scotland. At first, it appeared to be a typical Bronze Age discovery, but the researchers soon discovered that the finding was far from normal. While hearing the term “mummies” usually…

The Founder Of The 19th Dynasty, Ramesses I

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Ramesses I was born Pa-ra-mes-su to a noble military family from the Nile Delta. His father was a troop commander named Seti and his uncle was Khaemwaset, an army officer married to Tamwajesy, matron of the Harem of Amun. He was born during the rise and fall of the Amarna Period, which was a very…

Toothless “Vampire” Skeleton Unearthed in Bulgaria

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The Black Sea town of Sozopol in Bulgaria has become home to the buried remains of “vampire skeletons.” These skeletons date back to the Middle Ages. It is reported that Bulgaria is home to at least 100 skeleton burials of vampires. In Slavic folklore, the existence of vampires was a tradition that was common but it was especially…