Before any novice searcher at the first output field appears in the question: “Where to look for treasures and old villages?” Just walking in the blind, in any field, it means in advance to deprive yourself to search engine success. So in this article I want to tell you to novice searchers and treasure-hunters how to find a decent place to look without having old maps. Describe two basic ways that will help the beginner to achieve at least initial success in finding suitable places for excavation.
The first way to search villages and places of possible treasures you can implement right now, using the program Google Earth, a free version can be downloaded from the official website. So to start, here are the places that we potentially interesting. This primarily individual homes and farms, and places of ancient settlements, plowed mounds that are not protected by the state objects, it is highly a good idea to walk around the sites of former river channels, as there could be areas for swimming and fishing, taking boat rides, the people, could lose various items. Continue reading
Ammonite, a prehistoric relative of the squid, lived in a twisted spiral shell and swam in the sea. When he died, the soft tissue of his body has rotted or were eaten by other animals (1). Hard shell on the sea floor gradually covered by sandy sediments (2). And sink, and the sand has turned into rock that rose to the surface as a result of tectonic movements (3). Erosion of the breed has led to the emergence of fossilized shells on the surface (4).
Fossils – fossils that once lived organisms, preserved in rocks. Most organisms were either eaten or died a natural death, and their soft tissues are completely rotted. However, the solid fabric – shells, bones, teeth, horns and claws of animals or the bark, cones and seeds of plants sometimes persist. Sometimes from ancient organisms remain the only fossil footprints – paw prints, egg shells or droppings.
Some sedimentary rocks have several layers containing fossils, as shown in this illustration, the shell. It was formed after he killed thousands of Ammonites and their shells accumulated on the sea bottom. Continue reading
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