Seti I: A Timeless Icon from Egypt’s Golden Age, Embodiment of Pharaonic Splendor
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The last mummies
The мystery of the bishop’s мuммy buried with a fetus since the 17th century
One of the three Roman pools of Gafsa, in Tunisia, two of which are open. Built in the 2nd century BCE, they are about five meters deep and are fed by hot water springs.
Theories Suggest Ancient Egyptians May Have Had Contact with Aliens.
3,000-Yeаr-Old раinting аnd Stаtue Beаrіng Dіѕturbіng Reѕemblаnce to Mісhael Jасkson Could Sраrk Tіme Trаvel Theorіeѕ: “Unсаnny Coіnсіdenсe”
7 Most Famous Ancient Roman Temples | The Roman Empire
The Enigmatic Echoes of Ninurta: Unearthing the Global Connection of Ancient Civilizations.
Mysterious Underwater Discovery: Unearthing a Skeleton on a Sunken Ship Dating Back Millions of Years.
Pompeii’s Tragic End Immortalized: Final Moments of Ill-Fated Residents Preserved Forever in Plaster
A 700-Year-Old Murder Mystery: Who Bludgeoned the Bocksten Man to Death and Why?
Exploring Abyssal Encounters: Alien Intervention in History Discovered in the Mountains of Northwest New York.
In 1971, a set of Roman Baths which were hidden for 2,000 years were discovered in Exeter. The remarkable find of ‘international significance’ was reburied to protect it. Built around AD60, it was perhaps the most advanced bath house in the Roman world
In the “Siberian Valley of the Kings”, archaeologists have discovered a burial mound containing ornate treasures dating back 2,500 years
The Ladby ship (22m long, 3m wide) is the only ship burial from the Viking Age discovered in Denmark. In 925, a Viking king was buried in this ship with 11 horses, 4 dogs and many grave goods. The ship has been preserved at the site where it was discovered, which today is part of a museum
The true reason why the ancient Egyptians worshipped and revered the scarab beetle and it’s striking similarities to the human skull which protects the very organ which controls the rest of our bodily functions being of course, the brain.
A 14th Century AD, shoe was found in Haarlem, The Netherlands. The side laced shoe with decorative perforations depicting a bird was probably worn over a brightly colored hose, so it would have been quite eye catching combination.
2,000-Year-Old Hologram Ring Features Face of Woman’s Deceased Son
A fascinating visual journey entitled “Enigmatic Creatures Huntedby Noble Aristocrats During the Reign of King Rama V of Thailand” – DAILY NEWS