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Missing Pyramid of Pharaoh discovered by Egyptian Archaeologists

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Egyptian archaeologists have discovered the “missing pyramid” of a pharaoh and a traditional demo road where high priests had mummified remains of hallowed bulls, Egypt’s relics chief stated Thursday. Zahi Hawass stated the pyramid — of which only the base remains — is known to be that of King Menkauhor, an unclear pharaoh who ruled […]

The First Life on Earth

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Recent study of world’s most ancient living things –camp of bacteria were found near the West Australia coast, imply that the first life on Earth may have started much earlier than the recent accepted date of about 3.5 billion years ago. The colonies shape rock-like structures, known as stromatolites, near the tidal pools at Shark […]

Nuts Prove Maori as First New Zealanders

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The chewed nuts by ancient rats remained is considered to be the new evidence that settles the debate regarding Maori people whether in New Zealand they were the first inhabitants. The paleontologist Trevor worthy of the University of Adelaide in Australia and colleagues report initiates about their finding of proceedings of the national academy of […]

Oldest Gold Necklace found by Archeologists in Peru

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Archeologists made an amazing discovery in southern Peru after they discovered the oldest gold necklace ever found. This necklace carries nine small gold tubes with a sequence of round stones, recognized as either greenstone or turquoise. The necklace’s gold beads are further thick and cylindrical in shape with various lengths. "This was a big surprise […]

The Stonehenge

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The researchers said, In Early, most of the archaeologists thought that the Stonehenge burials were continued only for about a century. Parker Pearson, Professor of Archaeology said in a statement that "Stonehenge was a place of burial from its beginning to its zenith in the mid third millennium B.C. The cremation burial dating to phase […]