Month: January 2023

Archaeologists Unveil 2,000-Year-Old Underground Banquet Hall in Jerusalem

The remains of a spectacular banquet hall from the Second Temple period in Jerusalem were…
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Bυried iп the saпd for a milleппiυm: Africas romaп ghost city

While the whole city ofteп does пot vaпish, the Romaп coloпy of Thamυgadi was established…
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Mapping of ancient citadel shines new light on Bolivia’s Tiwanaku civilization

The creation of a topographical map of the ancient citadel of Tiwanaku, some 71 kilometers…
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Ancient Egyptian tomb filled with mummies ‘cut into pieces by archaeologists’ – sparking CURSE fears

AN ANCIENT Egyptian tomb accidentally discovered during a police raid on an illegal excavation site…
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Legendary Lost City of Ucetia Has Been Found and Its Remains are Breathtaking

Through the years, people have seen tantalizing mentions of the lost ancient Roman city of…
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Remains of Ancient Roman Soldier Discovered in a 1,700-Year-Old Cooking Pot in Israel

The remains of an ancient Roman soldier have been found in a 1,700-year-old cooking pot…
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Revealing The Hellenistic Oʀɪɢɪɴs Of Jaffa, The Holiest Port

Jaffa, or Yafo in Hebrew, is a city port and southern suburb of Tel Aviv,…
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“Admire” the 47 million-year-old known Python, which was unearthed

The new python species, Messelopython freyi, is named in honor of paleontologist Eberhard “Dino” Frey…
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Take Heed Of The Jovial Roman Skeleton

We’re back in Turkey for the second time this week. Having told the story of…
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Indian Civilization Applied Advanced Nanomaterials to Their Pots 2500 Years Ago

Researchers in India have made an amazing discovery. They have found evidence for the earliest…
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