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A Large Body of Water on Mars Is Detected, Raising the Potential for Alien Life

For the first time, scientists have found a large, watery lake beneath an ice cap on Mars. Because water is essential to life, the discovery offers an exciting new place to search for life-forms beyond Earth.<p>Italian scientists working on the European Space Agency’s Mars Express mission announced on …

Paranormal

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Horrified Geologists Uncover Millions Of Rocks In Sprawling Mass Grave

Archaeology

MYSTERIOUS LITTLE GIRL FROM ANOTHER CENTURY FOUND IN GLASS COFFIN NOW IDENTIFIED

A construction crew working new the University of San Francisco were shocked when they discovered a small, sealed coffin that appeared to belong to a …

Oceanic Archaeologist Finally Zero in on Elusive Lost Viking Colony?

An archaeologist believes she is one step closer to finding a “lost Viking settlement” in North America, which would be one of the most significant …

Archaeologists thought this sarcophagus was empty for 150 years. It wasn't.

From the time an Egyptian coffin arrived in a Sydney university museum 150 years ago, it was listed as empty — until it was opened last …

Archaeology

USA: VIKING ARTEFACTS DISCOVERED NEAR GREAT LAKES

<b>Michigan| A group of amateur archaeologists searching for the remains of a native american settlements near the town of Cheboygan, on the coast of</b> …

Archaeologists Make The Exciting Discovery Of Buildings, Gardens And Art In New Quarter Of Pompeii

The unveiling of the new area in Pompeii comes just in time to celebrate the 270th anniversary of the discovery of the city's buried remains.<p>The …

Secret Chambers Were Revealed Under The Pyramids And The Sphinx

Nowadays people believe that there really is such thing as “forbidden archaeology” which means that archeologists don’t present all their discoveries …

Denmark's Eurovision entry is a sign of our Viking-loving times

Experts on the centuries-old Nordic practice say they are not surprised by the popularity of series such as the MGM Television series <i>Vikings</i>, and <i>The</i> …

Game of Thrones

Medical Writings From Ancient Mesopotamia Studied

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK—According to a <i>Science Nordic</i> report, Troels Pank Arbøll of the University of Copenhagen studied 2,700-year-old texts written on …

Copper Ax Fragment Found at Neolithic Site in Denmark

BORNHOLM, DENMARK—According to a report in <i>Live Science</i>, a small piece of copper has been found at the 5,000-year-old Vasagard archaeological site, …

Unlocking The Mysteries Of Ulfberht Swords, The All-Powerful Viking Swords

See the all-powerful Ulfberht swords and discover how their makers might have been able to build a blade so strong it still baffles experts.The post …

Prince Henrik Of Denmark Won't Be Buried Next To His Wife, The Queen. Guess Why.

"Till death do we part" has taken on particular significance in Denmark: Denmark's Prince Henrik, who died Tuesday night at the age of 83, will be …

Oldest Dutch work of art found at the bottom of the North Sea

The oldest Dutch art. Photo: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden<p>The oldest Dutch work of art is a 13,500 year-old carved bison bone dredged up from the bottom …

Life-size camel carvings dating back 2,000 years found in Saudi Arabia

Archaeologists have discovered a number of life-size camel carvings in the middle of a Saudi Arabian desert.<p>A Saudi-Franco team of researchers …

Archaeology

30 Years Ago, A Diver Discovered Something That Changed The Course Of Human History

Though it’s only about the size as New Jersey, Israel is rich with history and religious significance. It’s so historically significant, in fact, …

Tomb in Japan Yields 1,500-Year-Old Breastplate

SHIBUSHI, JAPAN—<i>The Asahi Shimbun</i> reports that a 1,500-year-old tunnel tomb containing a stone coffin, human remains, and armor was discovered during …

'We have located the site of the 1066 Battle of Fulford'

AN ARCHAEOLOGIST claims a lengthy investigation has - ‘beyond any sensible doubt’ - located the site of the 1066 Battle of Fulford.<p>Chas Jones says …

8,000-year-old impaled heads discovered in Sweden reveal how ancients treated the dead

Ancient skulls impaled on stakes, found at the bottom of a former lake in southern Sweden, have challenged scholars' understandings of how hunter-gatherers handled their dead some 8,000 years ago<p>That's according to a report that analyzes the remains of nine adults and one infant placed atop packed …

Archaeology

Norway’s Melting Glaciers Release Over 2,000 Artifacts

There’s a reason history museums are packed with stone statues, pottery and arrow heads—these things resist decay while exposed to hundreds (or even …

Excavating Canada's past with a newly critical eye

As reconciliation with Indigenous peoples grinds ahead, Canadian archeologists are motivated and well placed to show a way forward<p>He's a broad-shouldered 6 foot 2, but Paul Racher walks softly and with an almost apologetic stoop through the grounds of an old residential school. It's the gait of …

Imaging technology reveals birth of Athena on 2,300-year-old shard from Galilee

When the Bethsaida Excavations Project uncovered a small, highly decorated pottery shard at its dig site north of the Sea of Galilee back in 2016, a …

Researchers Uncover Ancient Greek Island’s Complex Plumbing System

Around 4,500 years ago, ancient engineers and workers terraced the little island in the Cyclades archipelago in the Aegean Sea, creating a sort of …

Glass was made in Africa centuries before arrival of Europeans, says new evidence

Glass was produced in sub-Saharan Africa long before Europeans arrived, according to scientists studying beads found in Nigeria.<p>Chemical analysis of …

Anthropology

Archaeologists Reveal 3D Skulls Of Ancient Romans Killed By Eruption Of Vesuvius

A team of archaeologists working at the site of Oplontis, which was destroyed along with Pompeii and Herculaneum on August 24, 79 AD, have just published a series of 3D scans of Roman skeletons. By digitizing individual skulls and the skeletons of more than a dozen people who lay where they died …