Archaeologists in Orkney have discovered an “amazing” series of ancient mysterious stone-carved objects – measuring in at less than 20 inches high.
The only complete chicken’s egg from Roman Britain is a “genuinely unique discovery”, according to an expert.
The images of eyes, crosses and more on 7 females may challenge ideas about the practice.
Amazed officials hope the rare discovery of mummified animals, including large wild cats and birds, will boost tourism for a new museum opening in 2020 in Egypt.
Another sensational first for the Denisovans, supporting their advanced nature. From the Siberian Times of November 20, 2019.
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.
SCIENTISTS have stumbled across what could answer the mysterious and sudden collapse of the powerful Mesopotamian Empire some 4,000 years ago.
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.