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Archaeologists discovered one of Britain’s main medieval graveyards

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Archaeologists found the human remains during a dig beneath an old school building at Cambridge University – one of England’s oldest and most impressive universities. Images from the dig, viewing almost fully preserved medieval bodies unearthed after centuries of burial, were released for the first time yesterday, in a report published by the Archaeological Journal. […]

Archaeologists discovered Underground Pyramid at Tiahuanaco

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The ancient fortress site of Tiahuanaco  in western Bolivia is still itself revealing secrets thousands of years after its peak as capital of an empire, and home to one of the most important civilizations prior to the Inca. Archaeologists from the Tiahuanaco Archeological Research Center have found an underground pyramid at the site using ground-penetrating […]

Ancient Cauldron Discovered Inside The Tomb Of Celtic Prince In France

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France’s National Archaeological Research Institute discovered an ancient grave site, from probably that of an Iron Age Celtic prince, which may lead to the trade between some of Europe’s earliest civilizations. Since October last year a team from the institute has been excavating the site, and have dated it to the end of the First […]

Archaeologists found a strange mystery coffin near King Richard III’s grave

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Archaeologists found a strange lead coffin close to King Richard III’s grave beneath a parking lot in Leicester, England, enclosed the skeleton of an elderly woman. The Featuring an inlaid crucifix, cautiously soldered on all sides but with feet sticking out of the bottom, the lead coffin was found inside a larger limestone sarcophagus. The […]

Ancient DNA discovered in the Solent may rewrite history of farming in Europe.

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We believed that Wheat was first cultured by human being about 10,500 years ago. According to the studies the first cultivations occurred in the Near East, which then spread gradually to the other regions of the world. People in Eastern Europe started budding wheat about 8,000 to 9,000 years ago, making its way westward, crossing […]