5,000 Years Old Beer Enjoyed By Egyptian Pharaohs Recreated What kind of beer did the Pharaohs drink? In ancient times, beer was an important ingredient in people’s daily diet. Great powers were attributed to beer in the ancient world,...
On This Day In History: ‘Sue’ Largest Tyrannosaurus Rex Skeleton Discovered In South Dakota – On August 12, 1990 On August 12, 1990, the largest and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton to date was discovered and nicknamed “Sue”. The discoverer was the paleontologist Susan “Sue” Hendrickson. In the meantime, the...
Graeco-Roman Era Rock-Cut Tomb Unearthed In Aswan West Bank, Upper Egypt A Greco-Roman era rock-cut tomb was unearthed in Aswan West Bank by an Egyptian-Italian archaeological mission working at the Aga Khan Mausoleum area, a senior official in the Antiquities Ministry...
Haunting ‘mermaid’ mummy in Japan is probably a gruesome monkey-fish mix Researchers in Japan are investigating the origins of a nightmarish, 300-year-old mummified “mermaid,” which has been worshipped for centuries due to its supposed medicinal properties. The haunting remains are most...
Egypt’s royal mummies are on the move, and it’s not their first road trip A gala parade in Cairo celebrates the golden age of the pharaohs, including one who flew to Paris for a makeover in 1976. Escorted by Egyptian film stars, singers, dancers,...
Mᴀss Grave Found in Vráble: Slovakia’s Stone Age Decapitated Victims Archaeologists digging at a Neolithic settlement site in Vrable, western Slovakia have unearthed a mᴀss grave containing the headless remains of around three dozen people. The Vráble site is one...
1,800-Year-Old Roman Chariot With Horses Found Buried In Croatia Archaeologists in Croatia uncovered the fossilized remains of a Roman chariot buried with two horses as part of a funeral ceremony. The fossilized remains of a Roman chariot buried with...
Archaeologists find Ancient Egyptian tomb belonging to “Commander of Foreign Mercenaries” A team of archaeologists from the Czech institute of Egyptology have unearthed a tomb in the Abusir necropolis, near to modern-day Cairo, Egypt. The tomb belongs to an Egyptian dignitary...
Russia Wants to Clone Ancient Scythian Warriors Russia’s Defense Minister has announced his plan for the DNA cloning of ancient Siberian warriors and their horses. The ancient Tunnug burial site, located in the Valley of the Kings...
Polish Excavations At Tell el-Murra And Long History Of Egyptian Coffins Egyptian coffins have indeed a long history. The oldest ones are more than 5000 years old and and they originate from the times, the state of the pharaohs was formed....
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