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Snake Myth, the Death of Cleopatra

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The talk of the town about the death of the famous queen, the Cleopatra was still sustained. The distressed queen who lost her chamber smuggled the poisonous snake into her chamber to die. Cleopatra died along with two ladies waiting in the room by self inflicted snake bite. According to the Egyptologist Joyce Tyldesley, she […]

27 tombs exposed in Valley of Dead, Italy

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Recently researchers found about 2,000 years old Etruscan Tombs at Tarquinia in Italy’s valley of Dead. They discovered about 27 tombs in that place and all these tombs were dating back to the 7th century BC. Archaeologists are still excavating the place and it is expected that few other tombs were still there to be […]