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1,500-Year-Old Skeletons Found Locked in Loving Embrace

The recent unearthing of a 1,500-year-old burial site in China exposed the skeletons of a couple locked in an embrace. Adages like ‘till death do...

Experts Discover Camp Used by 10,000 Roman Soldiers Sent to Conquer Northwest Iberia

Pioneering technology has helped experts find a lost camp built and used by thousands of Roman soldiers sent to conquer Northwest Iberia. The discovery...

Swedish Hobby Cartographer Stumbles Upon a 2,500-Year-Old Treasure Trove

In Sweden, a hobby cartographer accidentally came across a Bronze Age discovery that is being described as a 2,500-year-old treasure trove. The startling discovery...

Polish Researchers Uncover First-Ever Pregnant Mummy

In ancient Egypt, people were particular about preserving the remains of their dead and the tradition of mummification has aroused the curiosity of historians...

Ancient Mosaic in Pompeii Possibly the First-Ever ‘Beware of Dog’ Sign

It is quite well known that the ancient Romans were used to living lavish lifestyles. They were great connoisseurs of art too. However, their...

Archaeologists Discover Ancient Bone Artifact

The discovery of a rare bone artifact near the Lower Murray River casts more light on the rich archaeological record of Ngarrindjeri country in...

Demystifying the ‘Canadian Ice Man’

The efforts to trace the root of humans have yielded fascinating results over the decades. One such instance is the "Canadian Ice Man" whose...

Lucky Finds From Rabbit Hole Re-Write Prehistory of Skokholm Island

Chance finds of prehistoric stone tools and fragments of pottery, picked up from a rabbit hole by the wardens of Skokholm Island, have surprised experts...

World of the High-Altitude Gemstone Hunters of Karakorum

Photographer Anna Huix beautifully captures these high-altitude gemstone hunters in Pakistan’s remote mountains of Karakoram. Originally from Barcelona, Anna Huix is a London-based photographer. I first...

Researchers Find Surprising Connection Between Dinosaurs and Mammals

When thinking of fierce predators of the past, it’s difficult not to imagine dinosaurs, considering theropods are well known for having blade-like teeth with...
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