In Lugansk region archaeologists have discovered ancient settlements in the region.
Specialists of the archeological center "the heritage" of the East-Ukrainian national University named after Volodymyr Dahl in the summer of archaeological studies conducted a large-scale search operation on the left…

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The graves of vampires in Bulgaria
In the southern part of Bulgaria during the excavation of a mass grave was discovered. All the skeletons were pierced through the chest with a pin. Local archaeologists have called…

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Askold’s grave in Kiev: in the past and now

Beautiful Park, famous people under the name of “Askold’s grave” — the place of many unfortunate things. Here in ancient times was dead and buried Prince Askold, after alternately gave way to the Church, city and German cemeteries, and in the middle of the twentieth century buried the soldiers who died during the liberation of Kiev. Many changes have endured and the Church of St. Nicholas at Askold grave: from the sanctuary to the Park pavilion.

The history of the Park “Askold’s grave”

According to the ancient legend, Askold’s tomb owes its name to the head of the Kiev. Prince Askold was deceived and murdered in 882, and then buried at the place of his death. The cause of the tragedy was the desire of the Novgorod Prince Oleg to take the place of Kievan ruler.

Another name of the area — “Ugric tract” (“Ugorske tract”). It appears QC memo about ugrah, which in ancient times led a nomadic life and set up camp near the Askold grave. Thereafter, the tribe moved West, where he founded his own public education — Hungary. Continue reading

The ancient city of Pollentia

Finds from the excavations are exhibited in the Monographic Museum.

Of Pollentia, or Pollentia is an ancient Roman city on the island of Mallorca, between the bays of alcúdia and Pollença, Alcudia closer to (the ruins of Pollentia are next to the wall of a medieval fortress Alcudia). It was founded in the year 123 BC by the Consul’s partial Ceciliam and was the capital of Mallorca and the most important city of the Balearic province.

The first excavations of the Roman town was carried out in the sixteenth century – due to accidentally found the head of the statue of the Roman Emperor Augustus. Regular archaeological surveys began in the last century, in 1923, under the direction of Professor Gabriel Quintana Llabres.

What you can see in Pollentia today?

Today Pollentia is 12 acres of excavation (approximately the city occupied approximately 16-18 hectares). Closest to Alcudia ruins of an ancient theatre. In addition, you can see Portello – residential area (also sometimes say “Portala”), where partially preserved building, which now bears the name of “House heads”, Continue reading

Black diggers have found the temple of the Pharaoh

Residents of Cairo have discovered the temple of the era of Thutmose III during the illegal excavations. According to preliminary data, the monument several thousand years.

Black diggers looking for ancient values in the Egyptian city of El-Badrashin. Residents of Cairo during the illegal excavation made a discovery. They found an ancient temple . which Egyptian Ministry of antiquities and cultural heritage has subsidized approximately XV century BC . Experts said that the historical object for more than three thousand years.

The representative of the Egyptian Ministry of culture Mamdouh al-Damati told the details of a landmark for the world’s archaeologists finds. According to him, seven residents of the city 40 kilometers South of Cairo, and penetrated nine feet into the ground . came across a tank of water. Then, using the equipment for diving, examined him and discovered an ancient temple, according to TASS.

According to the laws of the state, unauthorized excavations prosecuted, in connection with which the diggers were arrested. But then they were released because the area where the incident occurred, still were not historically significant. Now in this place excavations were addressed to the Ministry of antiquities and cultural heritage. Continue reading

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