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Musical Event Took Place in Torch-lit at France during Stone Age

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About 12,000 years ago, the well-known musical events would have taken place in torch-lit caves beside walls roofed in art, according to new archaeological research taken place in France. Stone Age-era caves there allow paintings placed in the most acoustically booming places, where sound remains or echoes. The prime cathedrals, theaters and recital halls, researchers […]

£6,000 grant awarded to Heritage center

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The association of Independent Museums (AIM) in UK has granted £6,000.The money would be used for improving the external look and the entrance of the building. The Wotton of the Heritage center was extremely pleased with the grants and says that this amount will make the exterior look of the center very attractive and there […]

Archaeology Work done at battlefield

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A cooperative management has invited the public to see the archaeology students work during the 3 week archaeological field school class at the Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield. Students will try to locate structures with historic occupation around the Dug Springs area. “The information found through this study will allow the battlefield to document the history […]

Jacobean ‘Titanic’ discovered by archaeologists

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Marine archaeologists have discovered a 600 ton vessel as luxurious as Titanic. Among these treasures they have found a merman statue whose eye sockets are embedded with precious stones. At 130 ft the oak timbered ship has been one of the largest when it sank in around 1620.It has not been identified yet but it […]

In Stone Age Caves, Art and Music Mixed

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According to the new archaeological research in Finance, around 12000 years ago the musical events had taken place in torch lit caves with masterpieces of art in the walls. During the Stone Age era the paintings were placed in the most resonant places with echoes. The cathedrals, concert halls are all inspired by these musical […]