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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 […]

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. […]

Old Stone Tool discovered in Turkey is 1.2 million years old

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Archaeologists have set up a Paleolithic stone flake in the ancient deposits of the Gediz River, revealing that human ancestors passed through the gateway from Asia to Europe much earlier than previously thought. Although Paleolithic stone tools have been established in western Turkey before, few have been associated with geological deposits of known age. As […]

Impressive farm house dated 2,800 year old Discovered near Tel Aviv, Israel

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An attractive 2,800-year-old farmhouse has been unearthed during an archaeological dig near Tel Aviv, Israel. The large, 23-room home, which covers a 100ft x 130ft area, was build in the eighth century BC, around the time of the Assyrian defeat of Israel. The site is thought to have a wealthy history, with Greek coins found […]

Mummified salt men of Iran shifted to archaeological museum:

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In the last 10 years 6 Iranian mummies (salt men) have been unearthed at the Chehrabad Salt Mine in the Hamzehlu region near Zanjan, Iran. Four salt men were kept at the Rakhtshuikhaneh Meseum in Zanjan. Due to insufficient funds there were no permanent cases to preserve the salt men. The plexiglass designed for the […]