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Researchers Uncover New Clues About Everyday Life in Ancient Rome

Summer digs at Hadrian’s villa in Italy are ‘opening a window’ on the dynamics of a center of power in the second century<p>With its opulent fountains, theater and large thermal baths, Hadrian’s villa in Tivoli, Italy, was a fitting setting for the second-century Roman emperor to welcome guests, host …

Archaeology

Nasa says Mars mystery rock that ‘appeared’ from nowhere is ‘like nothing we’ve seen before’ - Alien UFO Sightings

Squyres said his team had two theories on how the rock got there – that there’s “a smoking hole in the ground somewhere nearby” and it was caused by …

Alien abductions at Area 51 army base: Ex-soldier reveals secrets from inside joined HQ

Bill Brooks joined the army in 1968 and claims he was subjected to an alien abduction while serving at the nuclear weapons base at Sennelager, …

The Kardashev Scale – Type I, II, III, IV & V Civilization

We have reached a turning point in society. According to renowned theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, the next 100 years of science will determine …

Roman walls

The many Roman walls still visible today throughout Europe and the Mediterranean, be they defensive walls such as the Servian Wall or house and …

Ancient History

Peppermint Oil Promotes Hair Growth without Toxic Signs

Abstract<p>Peppermint (<i>Mentha piperita</i>) is a plant native to Europe and has been widely used as a carminative and gastric stimulant worldwide. This …

Archaeologists discover 6th century royal palace linked to King Arthur

A royal palace has been discovered in a British region believed to be the birthplace of the legendary King Arthur, <i>The Telegraph</i> reports. Not only …

Archaeologists May Have Just Discovered King Arthur’s Birthplace

Historians will now have a better understanding of the king made most famous by Disney’s The Sword in the Stone<p>Archaeologists working at Tintagel Castle, on the southwest coast of England, believe they may have discovered the birthplace of the legendary King Arthur. The medieval fortification, …

Archaeology

Scientific Evidence of Flood May Give Credence to Legend of China’s First Dynasty

Scientists have found evidence of a catastrophic flood that overwhelmed the upper Yellow River valley in China some 4,000 years ago, an event that they say may confirm the historical basis of China’s semi-legendary first dynasty.<p>Ancient Chinese texts record a mix of historical events and legends. …

This female skeleton has been discovered at an ancient burial ground on the site of the Queen's Hillsborough Castle residence in Northern Ireland

Hundreds of volunteers have helped unearth a female skeleton which could be 1,000 years old and point to a long-gone medieval church at Hillsborough …

Archaeologists make 'exciting' discovery in Alamo dig

Archaeologists digging at the Alamo have discovered an adobe wall that may provide clues to the famous site’s Spanish Colonial history.<p>The wall, which is about 23 inches below the flagstone surface of San Antonio's Alamo Plaza, was discovered July 22 near where historians think the west wall of the …