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The Ancient Plant of Immortality That Treats Over 50 Medical Conditions
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Marty
- 15 days ago - ancient-origins.net
Known as the plant of immortality by the Ancient Egyptians, and treasured by numerous subsequent cultures, aloe vera it still known today for its many health benefits. For millennia it has been used to treat more than 50 medical conditions...
2,000-Year-Old Clay Doll Dug Up in One Piece at Osaka Ruins Site
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Marty
- 25 days ago - asahi.com
A moon-faced clay doll from the mid-Yayoi Pottery Culture period (300 B.C.-A.D. 300) has been unearthed in near perfect condition at an archaeological site here, the first discovery of its kind in the prefecture...
Burnt Hill Fort in Dark Ages Scotland Was Likely the Stronghold of the Mysterious Rheged Kingdom
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Marty
- 30 days ago - ancient-origins.net
For years, scholars thought a Scottish Dark Ages hill fort that met a violent, fiery end was a stronghold of the Pictish people. But new research shows TrustyâEUR(TM)s Hill was likely the royal stronghold of the BritonsâEUR(TM) mysterious Rheged kingdom...
New Nature Reserve to Protect Great Siberian Ice Hole and Mammoth Bones
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Marty
- 12 days ago - siberiantimes.com
The famous Great Siberian Ice Hole is a rare location in the New Siberian Islands where unusual conditions mean the water never freezes in winter. More than 8 million hectares is earmarked to become a new nature reserve on the De Long...
Ciudad Perdida: Uncovering Ancient Secrets Of The Enigmatic Lost City
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Marty
- 31 days ago - messagetoeagle.com
The Lost City was inhabited by the Tayrona people until the end of the 16th century and tucked away within the lush jungles of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta not far from the Colombian coastline...
Tattooed Owners of the World's Oldest Carpets Get Health Check After 2,200 Years
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Marty
- 20 days ago - ancient-origins.net
A mummified potentate and his wife were found in a burial mound 42 metres in diameter. They went to the next life alongside nine saddled and harnessed geldings. Now, new technology has been used to obtain the secrets of these two ancient mummies...
Norsuntepe âEUR" Little-Known Mysterious Prehistoric Site In Anatolia, Turkey: Why Was It Abandoned And Destroyed By Fire?
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Marty
- 31 days ago - messagetoeagle.com
Excavations at Norsuntepe were conducted between 1968 and 1974 by the German Archaeological Institute archaeologists led by Harald Hauptmann, the Heidelberg professor of Prehistory and Early History...
Ancient Sundial Shaped Like Ham Was Roman Pocket Watch
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Marty
- 30 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
While excavating an ancient Roman villa buried in volcanic ash, 18th-century workers found an unusual lump of metal small enough to fit in a coffee mug. Cleaning it revealed something both historically important and hilarious: one of the worlds...
This Ancient Sea Creature With 30 Arms Had Bizarre Eating Behavior (Video)
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Marty
- 16 days ago - theepochtimes.com
Researchers in Canada recently discovered a bizarre, roughly 30 armed prehistoric life form that may have been an early player in arthropods rise to world domination...
Ancient Pottery Presents a Reason to Like the Tax Man- But Don't Tell The Beatles
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, history, interesting, research, scientists, science )

Mitchell
- 6 days ago - npr.org
Ancient Pottery tells some of the tale of the Earth's constantly changing magnetic polarity.
Everyone Knows the Mask of King Tut, But Have You Seen Any of the 5,000 Other Treasures From His Tomb?
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Marty
- 18 days ago - ancient-origins.net
To his subjects, King Tutankhamen was part man, part god. His death in 1323 BC signaled the end of an era - the end of Egypt as an imperial power. The circumstances surrounding King TutâEUR(TM)s death are shrouded in mystery. Equally obscure...
400-Year-Old Gospel Book in Bulgarian Printed in Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth Discovered in Church in Voynezha
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Marty
- 26 days ago - archaeologyinbulgaria.com
The find is seen as extremely significant because print books in Bulgarian of such age are rather rare, but also because it contains handwritten notes about historical events, the National Museum of History in Sofia has announced...
After 60 Years, Archaeologists Are Thrilled to Find a Twelfth Dead Sea Scroll Cave
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Marty
- 12 days ago - ancient-origins.net
A team of archaeologists from the Hebrew University were exploring a cave near the Dead Sea and claim that the cave once hosted Dead Sea Scrolls from the Second Temple period. Unluckily, the ancient parchments are missing...
12th Dead Sea Scrolls Cave Discovered in Israel
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery, history, israel, middle-east )

Glenn
- 12 days ago - foxnews.com
It might contain even more knowledge of ancient Israel.
Who Were the Ancient People That Built the Remarkable Megalithic Tombs of Malaga?
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Marty
- 12 days ago - ancient-origins.net
Thousands of years ago, a series of megalithic tombs were built in the breathtaking landscape of Malaga in Spain. The magnificence of the constructions attracts thousands of tourists every year. The stone-made tombs still hide many secrets...
 

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