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Archaeologists discover ‘underwater Pompeii’ off shore of Greek island Delos

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Archaeologists have found an ancient settlement lying under the Aegean Sea, just off the shore of the Greek island of Delos. According to the researchers at the National Hellenic Research Foundation and the Ephorate of Undersea Archaeology, the skeleton, which are being referred to as “small underwater Pompeii” by the local media, live 6ft below […]

Archaeologists Found Skeleton Inside Alexander The Great-era Tomb

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Archaeologists in Greece have exposed a skeleton from a tomb dating back to the age of Alexander the Great. The excavation has refueled rumors about the Greek conqueror, whose final resting place leftovers a secrecy. Greece’s Culture Ministry established that an excavation site in the country’s north had once again produced thrilling results, namely, that […]

Archaeologists found an Amazing Discoveries in 2,000Year Old Mexican Tunnel

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Archaeologists make unbelievable Discoveries In Tunnel Sealed 2,000 Years Ago MEXICO CITY — A years-long examination of a tunnel sealed almost 2,000 years ago at the olden city of Teotihuacan yielded thousands of relics and the discovery of three chambers that could hold more significant finds, Mexican archaeologists said. Project leader Sergio Gomez said researchers […]