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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 […]

55,000-Year-Old partial modern Skull exposed in Israel

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A 55,000-year-old partial modern human skull has been exposed in Israel’s Manot Cave,the human skull which supports existing theories of modern human progression and migration. The skull is anatomically related to that of modern humans. The findings could give the scientists applicable latest insights on when the modern humans first started interbreeding with the Neanderthals. […]

Ancient Greek Tomb found with Remains of five People

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Archaeologists found a huge tomb built in the time of Alexander the Great in Greece contains the ancient remains of five people. Including a woman aged over 60, a child baby, two men aged between 35 and 45 and another grown person of indeterminate age. The bones of one of the men bore cut marks […]