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Lasers Reveal 60,000 Ancient Maya Structures in Guatemala - HISTORY

“This is HOLY [expletive] territory,” tweeted one archaeologist about the discoveries.

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The Mysterious Bronze Objects That Have Baffled Archeologists for Centuries | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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Experts open sarcophagus to reveal skeletons lying in soggy mess – GeekWire

Archaeologists have opened up a mysterious black sarcophagus in Egypt, and although they didn’t uncover an evil curse, they did uncover an evil-looking mess.

History | History

'King Arthur' castle discovery: Mysterious inscription intrigues experts | Fox News

A mysterious inscription from the 7th-century A.D. has been discovered in the ruins of an English castle associated with the legend of King Arthur.

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Egyptians: Scanning the Pharaohs

Zahi Hawass Sahar N. Saleem The American University in Cairo Press Cairo, New York 2016 ISBN 978 977 416 673 0 I was thrilled whe...

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NEWS: Archaeologists unearth largest-ever discovered obelisk fragment from Egypt’s Old Kingdom | The Egyptiana Emporiu

“A Swiss-French archaeological mission at the Saqqara necropolis, directed by Professor Philippe Collombert from the University of Geneva, has unearthed the upper part of an Old Kingdom obelisk that belonged to Queen Ankhnespepy II, the mother of King P

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Archaeologists Unearth 115,000-Year-Old Bone Tools in China | Archaeology, Paleoanthropology | Sci-News.com

An international team of researchers led by Université de Montréal’s Dr. Luc Doyon has found seven bone soft hammers at the early hominin Lingjing site in Xuchang county of Henan province, China. These 115,000-year-old tools represent the first instan

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Earliest known art in Europe confirmed. Were the creators Neanderthals? | Popular Archaeology - exploring the past

Research in four caves in Spain show artwork created earlier than 64,000 years ago, predating the generally accepted date range for the arrival of modern humans in Europe by more than 20,000 years.

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The Thistlegorm Project | 3D Survey and 360 Videos

An archaeological survey of the SS Thistlegorm shipwreck in the Red Sea, Egypt. Featuring 3D photogrammetry and 360 degree underwater video.

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Cahokia: North America's First City

Cahokia was one of the largest cities in the world hundreds of years before Columbus. But by 1400 A.D., it had been abandoned.

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Mysterious void in Great Pyramid of Giza could finally reveal how pyramids were built

A mysterious void has been discovered in the Great Pyramid of Giza and Egyptologists believe it could finally shed light on how the ancient tombs were constructed. The enigmatic gap, which is around 100ft long is situated directly above the Grand Gallery,

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Archaeological find in Jerusalem ‘proves Bible passage is historically true’

Archaeologists excavating in Jerusalem have found burned artifacts dating from 2,600 years ago – which prove that a passage in the Bible is true. Researchers uncovered charred wood, grape seeds, fish scales, bones and pottery while digging in the City o

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Archaeologists go high-tech in 2,500-year-old Greek cold case

More than 2,500 years ago, an Athenian nobleman named Cylon -- the first recorded Olympic champion -- tried to take over the city of Athens and install himself as its sole ruler. According to Thucydides and Herodotus, Athenian and Greek historians who wro

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Israel: Dug by Jews, tunnel from Nazi era found in Lithuania

JERUSALEM (AP) — In a Lithuanian forest, an international research team has pinpointed the location of a legendary tunnel that Jewish prisoners secretly dug out with spoons to try to escape their Nazi captors during World War II, the Israel Antiquities

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Something is off about one of Egypt's oldest and largest pyramids

The Great Pyramid of Giza, which was built for an Egyptian Pharaoh some 4,500 years ago, has been...

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

Healthy 'Vampires' Emerge From Graves In Medieval Polish Cemetery - Forbes

Polish archaeologists investigated skeletons from a Medieval cemetery for evidence of disease that might explain odd burial styles but found only healthy 'vampires'.

History | History

2,000-year-old Maccabean-era fortress unearthed in Jerusalem after century-long search

Acra fortification, built by Hanukkah villain Antiochus IV Epiphanes, maintained Seleucid Greek control over Temple until its conquest by Hasmoneans in 141 BCE

History | History

Creepy Medical Supplies Found Amid Wreckage Of Pirate Blackbeard's Ship

Ahoy! Archaeologists excavating pirate Blackbeard's sunken ship, named Queen Anne's Revenge, recently unearthed from the wreckage various medical devices--and some of them look pretty darn terrifying. Among the grisly finds were a urethral syringe...

History | History

Mummy Mask May Reveal Oldest Known Gospel

A text that may be the oldest copy of a gospel known to exist — a fragment of the Gospel of Mark that was written during the first century, before the year 9...

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Unlocking Scrolls Preserved in Eruption of Vesuvius, Using X-Ray Beams

Researchers say that for the first time, they can read letters inside the scrolls without unrolling them, by using a laserlike beam of X-rays.

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15 Biggest Unsolved Mysteries in the World

From hieroglyphs indecipherable even today to stories of hikers found dead in unexplainable positions, we count 15 mysteries that have yet to been solved or ...

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Archaeologists discover 'Dracula's Dungeon' in Turkish castle - The Week

Archaeologists have discovered what they believe is the dungeon that held Vlad the Impaler — the inspiration for Bram Stoker's character Dracula.