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Ancient Advanced Technology in Puma Punku

Machines used in Puma Punku?

Machines used in Puma Punku? Puma Punku is a place where one loses the notion of space and time. This temple complex located near Tiwanaku, Bolivia is one of the most incredible ancient ruins you will find in South America. Perhaps the biggest mystery involving Puma Punku is how ancient mankind managed to transport these […]
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Unearthed: A Friars’ Leather Shop

Greyfriars excavation, Oxford, England  (Courtesy Oxford Archaeology)  An excavation in Oxford, England, conducted by Oxford Archaeology in advance of the expansion of a shopping center, has turned up a large number of leather and wood objects dating to the fourteenth century, when the site was occupied by buildings associated with the Greyfriars religious order. The […]
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Do you know that if you linked together all the Inca roads…

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…it would almost wrap around the     circumference of our entire planet? THE INCA ROAD SYSTEM WAS THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND ADVANCED TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM IN PRE-COLUMBIAN SOUTH AMERICA. The network was based on two north-south roads with numerous branches. The best known portion of the road system is the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. […]
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12,000-year-old grave of Shaman woman unearthed in Galilee

Bones of a prehistoric woman discovered in a burial site in the Hilazon cave in northern Israel. (Naftali Hilger) Well-preserved burial site sheds new light on the prevalence of ritual practice in prehistoric human society Adorned with tortoise shells, gazelle horns and a human foot, the 12,000-year-old grave of a woman unearthed in northern Israel […]
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Arthur Posnansky – The Half-Forgotten Pioneer of Andean Archaeology

The Controversial Legacy of Arthur Posnansky, The Half-Forgotten Pioneer of Andean Archaeology. By Dave Truman Arthur Posnansky enjoys a rather ambiguous status in contemporary Bolivian archaeology. On the one hand, he is hailed as the father of the South American nation’s archaeological pedagogy. On the other, many of his findings are ignored and his theories dismissed. […]
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The Pyramid of Giza Built By An Extremely Advanced Ancient Civilization

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This article first appeared in ancient-code.com and is written by Ivan Petricevic While many questions remain unanswered about the Great Pyramid of Giza, we still remain perplexed by the complexity and precision of this incredible ancient structure. Researchers have yet to answer numerous enigmas about the Great Pyramid, enigmas that prevent us from solving the puzzle surrounding […]
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Bronze Age Necropolis Unearthed In Siberia

These compelling images show ancient burials in Staryi Tartas village, in Novosibirsk region, where scientists have studied some 600 tombs. Dozens contain the bones of couples, facing each other, some with their hands held together seemingly for eternity. Russian archaeologists have uncovered the bones of dozens of couples buried facing each other in Staryi Tartas village […]
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Secret tunnel sealed 1,800 years ago offers clues to mysterious ancient city in Mexico

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The ancient city of Teotihuacán northeast of Mexico City in Mexico holds more mysteries than answers. Archaeologists can only guess where the people who built the city came from, what religion they practiced, and why they abandoned the city. But the recent archaeological discovery of a tunnel under one of the city’s pyramids, the Temple of […]
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Tucume: The Largest Pyramid Complex in the World

Once thought to be natural formations, we now know the extremely weathered formations in Tacume are indeed ancient pyramids. Batan Grande Peru is rapidly becoming the capital of the pyramid world. Not only does it have the oldest officially recorded pyramid in the world (Caral), with each archaeologist’s spade dig, more pyramid complexes are uncovered. […]
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Search for Another King Under a Parking Lot Begins

<Historical texts indicate that after his death in 1135, King Henry I was interred in front of the high altar of Reading Abbey (shown here).   Photo Credit: Neil Thompson, Flickr Nearly four years after the body of King Richard III was discovered under a parking lot, a new search is on for an English monarch […]
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Gateway to Ancient Greek God’s Compound Uncovered?

<The bronze mask of Pan discovered near Hippos is unusually large compared to other such bronze masks of the Greek God that date from the same period. Photo Credit: Dr. Michael Eisenberg/University of Haifa Archaeologists in northern Israel may have recently unearthed a sanctuary of the Greek god Pan in the ancient city of Hippos. So […]
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How a Viking ended up with an English sword

What is it? Sword Culture Viking Date First half of the 11th century A.D. Material Iron, silver, gold, silver thread, copper alloy thread Found Langeid, Setesdal Valley, southern Norway Dimensions 3.08 feet long At first the grave’s contents seemed poorer than might be expected, given that it was the largest excavated burial in the Langeid […]
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