The discovery of at least 200 mammoth skeletons near Mexico City may help explain why the species became extinct

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The discovery of at least 200 mammoth skeletons near Mexico City may help explain why the species became extinct, archaeologists have said. The elephant-like beast, which had tusks and, in some cases, a covering of long hair, lived from about five million years ago before disappearing in the last 4,000 years. Experts have been discovering…

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

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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

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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

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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

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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,…

Skeletons found in London archaєology dig reveal noxious environs

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The discoveries were made at a 19th-century ʙuʀιᴀʟ site at New Covent Garden market. News reports and social media anxiety may make us feel that life is tough in Britain today but the extraordinary findings of a new archaeological ᴇxcᴀvᴀтιoɴ have provided a salutary reminder that, a couple of centuries ago, it was so much…

Archaeologists Uncover Rare Human Skeleton at Waterloo

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The bones were discovered in a ditch near a former field hospital At the site of the Battle of Waterloo, archaeologists from the nonprofit Waterloo Uncovered have discovered a complete skeleton. The newly unearthed bones likely belong to a soldier who died there more than 200 years ago, says the team in a statement. The deadly battle, which took…

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

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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…

At the El Brujo archaeological site, researchers found a female Moche mummy that was over 1,200 years old( video)

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Lady Cao was not just one of many mummies archaeologists have unearthed in various parts of the world. Discoveries of her remains re-wrote ancient history and gave us a much better understanding of the Moche culture. The Moche flourished and ruled the northern coast of Peru before the Incas, between the first and eighth centuries,…

Archaeologists discover 2,700-year-old tomb in Mexico

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Tomb of dignitary inside pyramid in southern Mexico may be oldest such burial documented in Mesoamerica Archaeologists in southern Mexico have discovered the 2,700-year-old tomb of a dignitary inside a pyramid that may be the oldest such burial documented in Mesoamerica. The tomb held a man aged about 50, who was buried with jade collars,…