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A 4,000-year-old clay tablet has revealed the location of 11 lost ancient cities

Archaeologists have identified the location of 11 lost cities thanks to a 4,000-year-old clay tablet, created by ancient merchants from the Assyrian Empire. The tablets were uncovered in modern-day Turkey, at an ancient city known as Kanesh. The clay tablets detail trading posts from the middle easer kingdom of Assyria, reports the Washington Post. The careful translation of the ancient clay texts has revealed something archaeologists never expected: The locations of ancient cities that have been long lost to the sands of time. Written in ancient Cuneiform script—developed by the…

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What you should know about Cuneiform writing: One of the most important ancient writing systems

It is believed to be the oldest writing system known to man to date. The cuneiform writing can be found on numerous clay and stone tablets and originated in ancient Mesopotamia. The name Cuneiform, comes from the Latin word cuneus for ‘wedge’ owing to the wedge-shaped style of writing and most likely came into the English language probably from Old French: cunéiforme. Cuneiform writing was completely replaced by alphabetic writing in the course of the Roman era. The Sumerian script was adapted for the writing of many ancient languages such…

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Terrifying discovery of the Russian scientists: There is something hidden under the Arctic Ocean that will destroy us when it will be unleashed

Russian scientists have discovered the worst weapons of mass destruction in the world that has shocked them. The team leader said that he had never seen such an amount of energy ready to destroy humanity. The head of the Russian research team reports on methane clouds that are 20 times stronger than carbon dioxide, which appear in the form of bubbles on the surface of the Arctic Ocean. Scientists have discovered this by exploring the region. “The amount of released methane has shocked the Russian scientists who are exploring the seabed of the…

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A 20,000-year-old transformer found in Kosovo

Photographer and researcher Ismet Smaili (Ismet Smaili) discovered a mysterious artifact in the mountains on the territory of Kosovo. This object externally is an unusual stone with an integrated electromagnetic coil. And the coil of copper wires is not simply inserted into the cut groove, but it makes up a whole with the stone, as if the stone was melted, and then gave it the necessary shape to create a transformer. In addition to the stone, the coil with copper wires, the artifact contains an insulator whose composition differs from…

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In Africa Discovered Remnants of a 200,000 Year Old Anunnaki Civilization

Something amazing was found in South Africa, about 150 km west of port Maputo, the remnants of an enormous city which is on surface of about 1500 square kilometers. This metropolis belongs to a bigger community with around 10,000 square kilometers and is through to have been built 160,000 to 200,000 years b.c. The area is far and the locals have frequently seen the “circles” who thought they were created by some native people living long time ago. Nevertheless, strangely, nobody so far tried to investigate their origins. Not until Michael…

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A Team Of Archaeologist Opens Jesus Christ’s Tomb For The First Time In 500 Years

The lid of the tomb in which Jesus lay after his crucifixion has been removed for the first time since 500 years ago and archaeologists found what is said to be the burial bed of Christ. Fredrik Hiebert, an archaeologist from National Geographic, took part in the restoration project of the tomb in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem. He said that the shrine of Jesus had been destroyed numerous times by earthquakes, fire and invasions throughout the centuries and archaeologists had not known if it had been…

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Archeological Discoveries that Confront Darwin’s Theory

Archaeology is a science which often confronts mysteries. Some of them are so sensational that many scientists decide to keep silent and not to put their career at risk. This also refers to the unusual archaelogical finds which reveal the different civilizations’ life on Earth as well as the possibility of  the Charles Darwin’s theory proving to be wrong. Such a find was discovered recently in Kaluga area, Russia where scientists found a small unusual rock. After they cleaned it, they discovered that there was an object that appears to be…

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Archaeological Discoveries That Are Way Too Controversial for Todays Scientists

Unexplained discoveries make it clear that our past was different than what some archeologists want us to believe. There were prehistoric civilizations whose technological advancement is claimed to rival or surpass our own. Across the globe, nomadic peoples and primitive cultures seemed to experience advancements in sudden bursts. One theory is that these cultures were infiltrated by an alien culture. They brought with them the knowledge of advancing technology and thus seeding a modern civilization. The precision and technology necessary to build some of these incredible structures elude even the…

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Second Sphinx has been allegedly Discovered

According to the old nations the Sphinx we know had its twin which was wrecked about 1,000 and 1,200 AD. Lot of people think that it is unusual there is no second Great Sphinx in Giza, particularly after discovering that many descriptions include man sphinx as well as woman sphinx. For instance, Aker, the God of earth and death, is often portrayed like two reclining sphinxes or lions, in some cases back to back with their bodies joined. So the question is where is the twin of the Great Sphinx of…

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NEOLITHIC CARVINGS FOUND NEAR A SCOTTISH HOUSING ESTATE TO BE REVEALED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 50 YEARS

The Cochno Stone was discovered in 1887 but was buried in 1965 by to protect it from damage by vandals It has remained buried for 50 years on the edge of a tatty council housing estate near Clydebank, Scotland High resolution scan will be used to record the surface of the 42 feet long slab of rock before it is reburied Archaeologists hope to gain new insights into the carvings and perhaps unravel their mysterious meaning Hidden within a scrap of woodland on the edge of a Scottish housing estate…

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