قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Tag Archives: archaeologists

Tag Archives: archaeologists

Stonehenge site damaged during road construction, say archaeologists

Archaeologists have accused street workers of damaging a 6,000-year-old building near Stonehenge, Britain's world-famous prehistoric stone-belt monument. Highways England, which is responsible for building a controversial new tunnel In order to redirect traffic under the Stonehenge site, was accused of making a hole through a platform of flint and animal bones around 4,000 BC. To have dug. The damage was …

Read More »

Sodom Destroyed by Asteroids: Statements by Biblical Archaeologists

The effect would have taken Biblical proportions: A superheated asteroid exploding over the Dead Sea to a massive fireball and a shock wave. The discovery and radiocarbon dating of unusual minerals in Jordan suggests that this happened exactly 3700 years ago. 19659003] Trinity Southwest University archaeologist and biblical researcher, Phillip Silvia, says preliminary evidence from crystallized rocks indicates that a …

Read More »

Tenea, lost ancient city, first discovered by Greek archaeologists

This undated photo of the Greek Ministry of Culture on Tuesday, November 13, 2018, shows vestiges of walls and floors, probably of houses, from the lost ancient city of Tenea. The ministry said Tuesday archaeologists have located the first tangible remains of the city, which according to the tradition of Trojan prisoners of war were populated after the Greek bag …

Read More »

Viking Longship Discovery inspires archaeologists

Archaeologists in Norway have used ground radar technology to discover an extremely rare Viking longship, which experts call "sensational". A team from the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU) used the high-resolution georadar to locate the ship in Østfold County, southeastern Norway. The 66-foot ship, which is located in a burial mound, is just below the topsoil at a …

Read More »

Remarkable cemetery discovery: The 5,000-year-old "monumental" cemetery stuns archaeologists

The North Column of Lothagam (Image courtesy of Katherine Grillo) Archaeologists have discovered a large old cemetery in Kenya that sheds new light on the region's early culture. Researchers from Stony Brook University and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History discovered the cemetery, which was described as the earliest largest monumental cemetery in East Africa. The …

Read More »

Archaeologists open a "cursed" ancient Egyptian sarcophagus

Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered a mysterious old "cursed" black granite sarcophagus. The massive coffin that was recently dug up in the city of Alexandria has now been opened, the Egyptian ministry said on Thursday with antiquities. A layer of mortar between the lid and the body of the sarcophagus indicated that it had not been opened since its closure …

Read More »

Archaeologists find an ancient pottery workshop in Egypt

CAIRO (AP) – Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered an ancient pottery workshop that originated more than 4,000 years ago in the southern province of Aswan, the Ministry of Antiquities said Thursday. The workshop, the oldest pottery workshop in the Old Kingdom, belongs to the 4th dynasty and extends from 2.613 to 2.494 BC. The ministry said in a statement. The …

Read More »

Archaeologists in Egypt discover mummification workshop

A photographer is filming a gilded silver mama mask on the face of Mum of Mut's Second Priest, as shown at a press conference in front of the Saqqara Step Pyramid in Giza on Saturday, July 14th. 2018. Archaeologists say they discovered a mummification workshop in an ancient necropolis near Egypt's famous pyramids, which is about 2,500 years old. (Amr …

Read More »

Archaeologists reveal a mysterious sarcophagus in Egypt

Egyptian archaeologists have found a rare find – a huge black granite sarcophagus that is said to be the largest ever found in Alexandria in Egypt. And they do not know who or what lies in it. A foot-sized (185 cm) coffin was found some 5 meters below the ground, along with an alabaster head of a man whose facial …

Read More »