Archaeology

Amazing Tattooed Mummy Brought Back to Life in Stunning Realistic Recreation (Video)

by N.Morgan What killed Señora of Cao in Peru 1,600 years ago may still remain a mystery, however we now have a very clear depiction of what she looked like alive. No one knows what fatal fate of Señora of Cao nearly 1,600 years ago. Whatever the cause of her demise, her untimely passing must have been upsetting to her people, the Moche, who lived on the north coast of […]

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History Changer: Oldest Writing System in the World Found to Predate Ancient Sumerian Text (Video)

(N.Morgan) It has been discovered that the Danube Valley Civilization script is the oldest writing in the world and predates the Sumerian Writings in Mesopotamia and the Dispilo Tablet. Although the Danube Valley civilization isn’t nearly as famous as other ancient cultures around the world, is it one of the oldest civilization to exist in Europe, developing from around 5,500 and 3,500 BC in an area known today as the Balkans, a […]

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A 1,000 Years In The Making, Secret Cave Revealed To Public (Video and Photos)

(N.Morgan)  China’s history is long and rich known for its abundance of art and culture. Evidence has shown that this long history spans all the way back to prehistoric times. Every year there are more amazing archaeological discoveries made about this ancient and mystic land. The most recent discovery is a temple which is believed to have been erected during the the 7th century Tang Dynasty. The rise of the Tang dynasty in […]

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The Mysterious Secrets Of New York City’s Underworld (Videos)

(N.Morgan) As the busy New York streets hustle and bustle with activity, noise, and vendors peddling their various wares, just beneath the surface lurks an unknown and mysterious world, separate and secluded from the noise above. The constant buzz of the city above is nothing compared to the powerful lure of the past and the fascinating secrets hidden just beneath one’s feet! We will explore hundreds of feet beneath the pavement […]

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Is The Quest For The Holy Grail Finally Over? (Video)

    (N.Morgan) A recent discovery has turned the archeology world on its head! They may have found the Holy Grail the goblet Jesus and his disciples drank from at the Last Supper. Could this be the very cup that touched Our Lord’s lips? In their newly published book “Los Reyes del Grial” (“The Kings of the Grail”), medieval history lecturer Margarita Torres and art historian José Miguel Ortega del […]

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The Unexplained Superior Technology Of Ancient Egypt (Video)

(N.Morgan) The ancient Egyptian culture was ahead of its time, in regards to technologies and innovations. They left us clues to their secrets, in writings and hieroglyphics. The pyramids have baffles researcher and historians alike.  Deciphering the meaning of strange symbols in Egyptian art gives insight into ancient knowledge of sacred cosmology. A new way of interpreting hieroglyphics. In the video below, evidence that the Ancient Egyptians used high level […]

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The Pre-Stonehenge Caucasian Man.. Not Just Another Pretty Face…. (Video)

(N.Morgan) One of the things I’ve found most remarkable in technological advances, has been forensics ability to give the faceless a face. This intriguing look into what a Stonehenge native may have looked like is amazing! The man who was reproduced to look as one would 500 years ago, is a startling discovery in that there’s no “cave man” like features, he looks like anyone. The video below gives the […]

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Discovery Of Ancient Egyptian Tomb Of Khonsuemheb

(N.Morgan) Prof. Jiro Kondo and a mission from Waseda University’s Institute of Egyptology,made an amazing discovery! They discovered a private tomb of Khonsuemheb, in the el-Khokha area of the Theban necropolis, across the Nile from Luxor. This remarkable discovery uncovered a beautifully preserved and elegantly decorated tomb, with painting adorning the walls. This tomb probably dates back to the Ramesside period.   Images of Khonsuemheb (center) and his Family. (Credit: […]

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