Archaeologists in Egypt may have found the tomb of Queen Nefertiti
From the magazine "Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt" ( 01.07.2001. ) - "Egyptologist Susan James (Susan James) from UK claims. that the mummy of Nefertiti was more than a century…

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"Black diggers" destroyed war memorial and ancient burial mounds in the Leningrad region
The value seekers looted medieval burial mounds near the village of Policy and desecrated the memorial to the victims of the great Patriotic war on the site of the former…

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Historical and archaeological Museum of the state budgetary institution of the Republic of Kazakhstan

The history of the Kerch Museum of antiquities began with the personal collection of the Field of Dobruca (1774 – 1835) — the founder of the Kerch archaeological, founded in 1810, 2 (14 new style), June 1826, the Museum was officially established and was located in the house of P. Dubrock until 1833. The first Director of the Museum was I. P. Blaramberh. Since the creation of the Kerch Museum of antiquities the main direction of his activity was the study and preservation of ancient monuments, was found at Kerch and Taman peninsulas, i.e. on the territory of the ancient Bosporus Kingdom. Significant to the development of archaeological work in Kerch contributed to the rich excavations of the Kul-Oba in the fall of 1830. Some time the Museum was located in the premises of the city guardhouse, and in 1835 on the mount mithridat was built the Museum building in the style of the Athenian temple of hephaestion. With the arrival in 1853 to the post of Director of the Museum Alexander lyutsenko was the beginning of a scientific approach to excavations.

One of the most productive periods of the Museum’s activity was the period from 1891 to 1918 Director of the K. E. Dumberg first conducted a systematic excavation of the ancient settlement Panticapaeum. His successor V. V. Shkorpil, a well-known epigraphist and an archaeologist, Continue reading

Crystal skull and its mystery

In 1927 archaeologists engaged in excavations of an ancient Maya temple in North America, found something unusual – a human skull made of crystal. Experts say that to make such a miracle possible only with application of modern hi-tech equipment. The wizard also would have to spend to work over 7 million hours of time! In addition, the skull is perfectly thought-out optical system – if you turn the product in at a certain angle, it will glow from the inside.

Finding a crystal called “Skull of Doom”, because amazing beauty product was in the truest sense of the word murderous. All of whom have had to hold him in my arms, suddenly and mysteriously deprived of life. It is believed that the skull of “punishing” people for what they were trespassing on secrets of the Maya temple.

Another skull is kept in the British Museum from the XVIII century. It has the same options as the “Skull of Doom”, but its structure is more primitive. Both findings largely resemble the skull of a woman. Experts with the help of modern computer technology could simulate the image of ladies, possessing such skulls, however, is still unclear, for what purpose were created such treasures. Some scientists believe that the crystal skulls are sacred objects that are “saved” in a memory of the generations and meant descendants. Some believe that the crystal skull was left after Atlantis. Continue reading

Tourists in Greece can visit the ancient settlement of Akrotiri

On 11 April, the tourists vacationing in Greece, was again able to visit the excavations of Akrotiri on Santorini. The ancient city belongs to the period of the Minoan civilization, the people here came about in the fourth Millennium BC. In 2005, due to the collapse of the makeshift roof object has been closed, but after the reconstruction reopened for history buffs…

Today everyone has the opportunity to feel the breath of history, because the city of Akrotiri is considered one of the most significant monuments of Greece.

Signs of ancient settlements on Santorini were discovered during archaeological excavations in 1967. Realizing that they were on the threshold of a historic opening and to restore the details of life of the Minoans, the Greek team decided to engage in large-scale works.

During excavations archaeologists discovered pottery, furniture, frescoes and a lot of other items that date back to IV-III millennia BC. The work carried out by the Greek archaeologists, is considered unique because allowed us to detect even small artifacts that are merged into the narrative of a whole civilization. Continue reading

Archaeologists in Egypt may have found the tomb of Queen Nefertiti
From the magazine "Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt" ( 01.07.2001. ) - "Egyptologist Susan James (Susan James) from UK claims. that the mummy of Nefertiti was more than a century…

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Archaeological monuments: the remains of ancient settlements
The antiquity of the city is designated artifacts found at archaeological sites. Traces of ancient settlements, the so-called settlements, can coexist with urban buildings and to the uninitiated to be…

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