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,…

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In Cuba open new archaeological museums
In Cuba open new archaeological Museum, dedicated to the life and culture of aborigines, inhabiting separate territories of the island hundreds and thousands of years ago. The first exhibition of…

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Khan catasexual the legend about the treasure, which lies in the waters of the Kazan Kaban lake. When the troops of Ivan the Stern came to Kazan Khan’s innumerable treasures were putaendo, under cover of night, lowered to the bottom of the lake in its Northern part. Huge amount of jewelry; gold and silver bars; Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Russian and West-European coins. more

Hidden sacred colorcoordinate in Mexico, the Spaniards tried not to think about the Redskins lost civilization of the Maya. There were many fierce and bloody pages in the history of their conquest. And yet there came a time when talking about them again. Initially emerged of the legend. They were passed from mouth to mouth, and everyone tried to decorate them by adding your own.

Mysterious manuscriptcentral sensation: scientists allegedly found with 200 years old manuscript that contains a secret prediction. Jesus Christ.The doctor Fell to Melonette, the Creator of this for us funky finds, declares that the translated text contains clear indications of the imminent end of the world. In General, in his opinion, some of us will survive and will see the 2nd coming of Christ. Continue reading

Scientists have unraveled the mystery of the ancient graves of lovers.

The remains of a man lying close to him women found Greek archaeologists in the legendary cave of Alepotrypa (Fox hole), which is a type of the Kingdom of Hades – the realm of the dead. The pair lay on its side, and the men’s skeleton held in the arms of a female.

Unusual burial – lying on the side of obnimku a man and a woman – was opened two years ago, but study finds, involving radiocarbon Dating, was completed only recently. Archaeologist Giorgos Papathanassopoulos, who leads the excavations in the cave of Alepotrypa since 1970, said that the death of these people some 6,000 years ago. They died young: the man for 25 years and the woman 20. These are the dead – the oldest found in Greece.

The most ancient lovers.

The experts, who were engaged in the study of unusual finds, there was a version that the couple died during sexual contact they were covered with fallen rock. George Papathanassopoulos does not exclude this theory, but stresses that it’s probably not true. Most likely, discovered the burial tomb.

Part of the cave of Alepotripa open to the public.Across the lake inside the cave does not now carry the souls of the dead, and tourists visiting. Continue reading

In Cuba open new archaeological museums

In Cuba open new archaeological Museum, dedicated to the life and culture of aborigines, inhabiting separate territories of the island hundreds and thousands of years ago.

The first exhibition of the new archaeological Museum of Cuba, about the life of ancient communities on the Western Peninsula of Guanahacabibes, planned to open in the near future. Now in the San Juan river, not far from “black Lagoon” will house exhibition areas of the Museum, under construction, and in the vicinity of the valley are ongoing archaeological excavations – scientists continue to extract various household items of the ancient inhabitants of the island: mortar, chisel, dyeing the stones.

Another archaeological Museum opens in Cuba this year – it will be located in the province of Ciego de Avila, in the town of Los Buchillones. It is known that in the vicinity of this locality were found numerous artifacts, telling about the life of aborigines, who inhabited the province for more than seven centuries ago. Scientists-archaeologists involved in the formation of the exhibitions of the new Museum, claim that the audience will be presented a huge number of exhibits, Continue reading

The five most ancient cities in Europe.
1. Athens (Greece) date of establishment: 4 — 5 thousand BC the birthplace of classical Greece and Western civilization, Athens is saturated with sights and monuments reminding the visitors about…

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Archaeologists have found in Pereslavl-zaleskiy the list of killers of Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky
Russian archaeologists who conducted the restoration of the Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral in Pereslavl-Zalessky (Yaroslavl region), found on its walls the oldest dated monument of North-Eastern Russia — some ancient graffiti, including…

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