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9 New World Heritage Sites Announced By Unesco 2016
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 4 hours ago - messagetoeagle.com
The 5,000-year-old great city of Ani was once a powerful and a flourishing place. Sadly, wars and hostile invasion forces put a definite end to its prosperity. What remains today of the lost capital of Armenia is nothing but forgotten ruins...
Mythical Temple Of Wingded Warrior God Haldi In The City Of The Raven
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Marty
- 22 hours ago - messagetoeagle.com
It is widely believed that the temple was built in the late ninth century BC to honor the god Haldi, a winged warrior standing on a lion and the goddess Bagbartu in the Iron Age kingdom of Urartu, which considered Haldi its national deity...
Stonehenge and Nearby Stone Circles Were Newcomers to Landscape Worked By Ice Age Hunters
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Marty
- 22 hours ago - ancient-origins.net
About 5,000 years ago, not far from Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain in England, some people built a stone circle smaller than its more famous counterpart. But for some reason, sometime after they built it, they dismantled the circle....
Bronze Age Barrow and Anglo-Saxon Cemetery Discovered at Rothley, Leicestershire
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Marty
- 6 hours ago - heritagedaily.com
Archaeologists from the University of Leicester have recently excavated a Bronze Age barrow and Anglo-Saxon cemetery under former allotments at Rothley in Leicestershire...
Mighty Viking Ax Discovered in Tomb of Medieval 'Power Couple'
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Marty
- 1 day ago - livescience.com
Archaeologists have discovered one of the largest Viking axes ever found, in the tomb of a 10th century power couple in Denmark. "It's a bit extraordinary it's much bigger and heavier than the other axes. It would have had a very long handle...
16,700-Year-Old Tools Found in Texas Change Known History of North America
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Marty
- 6 hours ago - ancient-origins.net
Archaeologists in Texas have found a set of 16,700-year-old tools which are among the oldest discovered in the West. Until now, it was believed that the culture that represented the continentâEUR(TM)s first inhabitants was the Clovis culture...
Strange 'Conehead' Skeleton Unearthed at Russia's Stonehenge: Elongated Head Was Bound in Tribal Tradition 2,000 Years Ago
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Marty
- 2 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
rchaeologists have revealed that the bones belong to a woman who lived almost 2,000 years ago and had an elongated skull because it was bound out of tribal tradition
Where Women Once Ruled: Excavated Tombs of Moche Priestesses Provide Archaeologists With Troves of Artifacts
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Marty
- 2 days ago - ancient-origins.net
When archaeologists unearthed a large chamber tomb in San José de Moro, a ceremonial center of pre-Columbian Moche civilization on the northern coast of Peru, they found the remains of a woman who had been laid to rest with lavish offerings...
Ancient Human Remains In The Zagros Mountains Can Re-Write History
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Marty
- 3 days ago - messagetoeagle.com
Archaeologists have discovered intriguing ancient human remains belonging to people who lived in the Zagros Mountains, the largest mountain range in Iran, Iraq and Southeastern Turkey. This find completely change our current understanding...
Ancient Egyptian Logbook of Inspector Who Helped Construct the Great Pyramid Revealed
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Marty
- 3 days ago - ancient-origins.net
Some of the details of the construction of the Egyptian Great Pyramid are revealed to the public for the first time when they go on display at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. The information comes in the form of a papyri logbook....
 
 
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