Important Discoveries in Archaeology
  • Amesbury Archer
    Amesbury Archer Amesbury Archer (or King of Stonehenge) is an early Bronze Age man, dating to around 2300 BC. His grave is of particular importance because of the rich valuables and the earliest gold objects ever found in England.
  • Otzi the Ice mummy
    Otzi the Ice mummy Otzi the Iceman is well naturally preserved mummy of a man. The man who was been captured in Ice was believed to be over 53 centuries old (3300 BC).
The Parthenon
The site Parthenon had to be cleared of hundreds of dinosaur bones (then called giants' bones) before construction.The Parthenon is temple on the athenian Acropolis dedicated to the Greek goddess Athena.Its construction began in 447 BC


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