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Part of a pylon of the Isis temple discovered by Underwater Achaeologists

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Egyptian archaeologists have lifted an ancient granite temple pylon out of the waters of the Mediterranean, where it had been lying for about centuries as part of the palace complex of Cleopatra, submerged in Alexandria’s harbor. The pylon, which previously stood at the entrance to a temple of Isis, is to be the showpiece of […]

Archaeologists Find Evidences of prehistoric cannibalism in Germany

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Evidences of mass cannibalism that took place 7,000 years age i.e. during the middle Neolithic Period were found by archaeologists on excavating a prehistoric site in Germany. For few decades, it appears that hundreds of inhabitants were slaughtered and eaten at the site, before having their less-delicious parts discarded into pits. The remains of 500 […]