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Did the Smithsonian cover up an Ancient Egyptian Colony in the Grand Canyon? ARCHAELOGY 

Did the Smithsonian cover up an Ancient Egyptian Colony in the Grand Canyon?

Is it possible that the ancient Egyptian civilization developed technology to travel across the planet? I’m not talking spaceships, but transoceanic voyages made possible with their grandiose vessels? In recent years, more evidence has emerged which supports the idea that ancient civilizations like the Egyptians, the Chinese and even possibly the Olmec achieved trans-oceanic voyages before written history suggests. While scientific responses to pre-Colombian trans-oceanic contact vary over time, most ideas which support this possibility have been treated with skepticism since such an idea radically opposes what we are told about…

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Ruins of Ancient City Discovered in Australian Desert ARCHAELOGY 

Ruins of Ancient City Discovered in Australian Desert

A team of archaeologists working for the Australian National University, who were proceeding to an excavation near the sandstone rock formation of Uluru, has unearthed the ruins of a large precolonial city dating back to more than 1500 years ago. The important number of tombs and artefacts already discovered on the site suggests that it could have been the capital of an ancient empire, completely unknown to historians until now. The site which was first noticed on satellite pictures taken in October 2013, using a newly developed ground-penetrating radar. The images revealed…

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Red Sea: Archaeologists Discover Remains of Egyptian Army From the Biblical Exodus ARCHAELOGY 

Red Sea: Archaeologists Discover Remains of Egyptian Army From the Biblical Exodus

Egypt’s Antiquities Ministry announced this morning that a team of underwater archaeologists had discovered that remains of a large Egyptian army from the 14th century BC, at the bottom of the Gulf of Suez, 1.5 kilometers offshore from the modern city of  Ras Gharib. The team was searching for the remains of ancient ships and artefacts related to Stone Age and Bronze Age trade in the Red Sea area, when they stumbled upon a gigantic mass of human bones darkened by age.  The scientists lead by Professor Abdel Muhammad Gader and associated with Cairo University’s…

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Construction Workers Discover Skull of William Wallace ARCHAELOGY 

Construction Workers Discover Skull of William Wallace

A team of construction workers employed at demolishing an old pub last month in the Bermondsey district of the London borough of Southwark, have discovered an ancient and badly damaged wooden crate containing three pierced human skulls, presumably the severed heads of criminals or traitors that had been impaled on pikes and displayed at the southern gatehouse of the Old London Bridge. The remains, which were sent to the Ireland to be analyzed by a team of archaeologists associated with the National Museum of Ireland, have turned out to be those of 14th Century rebel heroes of the Wars…

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Archeologists Discover Tomb of Attila the Hun ARCHAELOGY 

Archeologists Discover Tomb of Attila the Hun

Construction workers building the foundations of a new bridge over the Danube River in the Hungarian capitol, have unearthed a spectacular 5th century sepulchre. The analysis of the monument revealed that it was the burial chamber of a great hunnic leader, most likely  that of King Attila himself. “This site is absolutely incredible!” explains Albrecht Rümschtein, an historian from the Lorand Eötvös University in Budapest and member of the team of specialists investigating the tomb. “We found many horse skeletons, as well as various weapons and other artefacts, all traditionally associated with Huns….

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Archaeologists Unearth Ruins of Viking Trade Center ARCHAELOGY 

Archaeologists Unearth Ruins of Viking Trade Center

Archaeologists excavating on the site of some recently discovered ruins on the northern coast of Western Australia, may have just made the greatest find in the history of the country: the remains an 11th century Viking settlement. The scientists, associated with the Department of Archaeology of the University of Sydney, were called of the site after some locals discovered what looked like the foundation of an ancient building in July, near Derby. The archaeologists, directed by Professor Allison Fletcher, were expecting a site from the early colonial period, but they rapidly realized that they were…

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The Surprising Links Between Alexander the Great and Christianity ARCHAELOGY 

The Surprising Links Between Alexander the Great and Christianity

Alexander the Great died three centuries before Christianity officially appeared, but his cult was so strong that some symbols connected with the ancient Macedonian king were adopted by the new religion. Moreover, one of the most famous churches in Italy contains an adventurous history connected with him. When Christianity started to gain more popularity, bishops expanded their influence very quickly. They tried to destroy ancient cults, but many people kept their faith in the old Gods. Moreover, some of them supposed that the new faith was not really new, but…

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USA: Archaeologists Discover Remains of First British Settlers in North America ARCHAELOGY 

USA: Archaeologists Discover Remains of First British Settlers in North America

Archaeologists excavating an early 17th century Native American village near the Enoree River in Laurens County, North Carolina, have discovered seven contemporary Christian sepultures holding the skeletons of six males and one female of European origins. The bones have been proven through comparative DNA testing, to have belonged to members of the lost colony of Roanoke, established in 1585 on Roanoke Island, which disappeared mysteriously . The dig was conducted by a team of scientists led by Professor William J. Monroe and associated with the John Hopkins University, on the site of what is believed to have been the Eno…

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A Shocking Find In a Neanderthal Cave In France ARCHAELOGY 

A Shocking Find In a Neanderthal Cave In France

In February 1990, thanks to a 15-year-old boy named Bruno Kowalsczewski, footsteps echoed through the chambers of Bruniquel Cave for the first time in tens of thousands of years. The cave sits in France’s scenic Aveyron Valley, but its entrance had long been sealed by an ancient rockslide. Kowalsczewski’s father had detected faint wisps of air emerging from the scree, and the boy spent three years clearing away the rubble. He eventually dug out a tight, thirty-meter-long passage that the thinnest members of the local caving club could squeeze through….

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2,000-year-old lead tablets contain first mention of Jesus ARCHAELOGY 

2,000-year-old lead tablets contain first mention of Jesus

An ancient set of lead tablets showing the earliest portrait of Jesus Christ have proved to be around 2,000 years old, according to experts. The metal ‘pages’, held together like a ring binder, were found in Jordan in around 2008 by an Jordanian Bedouin and make reference to Christ and his disciples. The lead has been analysed and the words and symbols translated and experts say the tablets date from within a few years of Jesus’ ministry. WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE ANCIENT LEAD TABLETS The ancient books were found…

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