The newfound Nazca Line was found with artificial intelligence.
The infants’ remains, discovered with nine other burials in central Ecuador.
BBC News reports that the bones of at least six people were recovered at the edge of an eroded cliff at Nash Point, a beach on the coast of South Wales, by a team of archaeologists from Cardiff University and Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust.
Though there are new archaeological discoveries all the time, every now and then, excavators will find something big. These important findings change our understanding of the past and help to fill in missing details that have been lost to history.
A 40,000 year-old eagle toe bone discovered in Spain may have been a part of a “last necklace made by the Neanderthals”, archaeologists have announced.
Archaeology breakthrough: Huge discovery shows the fall of Middle East empire Mesopotamia (Express 11/1/19)
SCIENTISTS have stumbled across what could answer the mysterious and sudden collapse of the powerful Mesopotamian Empire some 4,000 years ago.
Legendary Queen Nefertiti Mummy Possibly Already Found Claims Leading Egyptian Archaeologist (Sputnik News 11/2/19)
Queen Nefertiti, who died in 1331 B.C., was previously believed to have been buried in a large chamber behind a hidden door in the tomb of King Tutankhamun, yet a lengthy investigation of the tomb with the use of radar scans conclusively proved that there were no secret chambers.
Archaeologists under the direction of Harco Willems at the university of Leuven (KU Leuven) have discovered fragments of a “book” in a burial place dating from 2040 BC in Dayr al-Barsha, Egypt.
A contentious new paper traces the origins of modern humans to ancient wetlands in Africa, a claim other researchers have called far-fetched.