In Jerusalem found a settlement, which is over 7.000 years
As reported by portal, in the course of excavations at the construction site of the highway in the district of Shuafat in Northern Jerusalem were discovered traces of ancient…

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Archaeologists: 13 million years ago the Andes mountains were high hills
In southern Bolivia, on the arid plateau in the Andes, researchers have discovered the fossilized remains of a turtle nearly six feet in length. This finding indicates that the present…

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Ancient graves were discovered in the Egyptian city of Luxor

Many interesting discoveries may be waiting for archaeologists, located in the famous `Valley

A group of Italian archaeologists unexpectedly discovered five tombs in the clean sand from the site of the temple built on the West Bank of the Nile during the reign of Amenhotep II (1427 – 1401 BC), reports Ahram Online. Archaeologists involved in these studies will be able to play slot machines for free without registration at an affordable price. The age of the graves was less than the age of the temple itself. According to the Minister of Affairs of antiquities of Egypt Mohammed Ibrahim, burials date back to 1075 – 664 BCE

Each tomb had a deep shaft leading into the burial chamber, where there was a wooden sarcophagus.

Sarcophaguses were painted with black and red paint. Inside the sarcophagus were found the human remains. In the tomb archaeologists also found several vessels, in which the ancient Egyptians used to place the internal organs of the dead.

Part of the vessels was made of limestone, the other of baked clay.

The lids of the vessels were manufactured in the form of heads of the four sons of the Egyptian God Horus: Imsety (with human head), hapy (baboon head), Duamutef (Jackal-headed) and Kobegenova(with head of Falcon). Continue reading

Archaeological Museum of Tigranakert has presented more than 30 exhibits IX-VII centuries BC

In the archaeological Museum of Tigranakert in Nagorno Karabakh opened the exhibition of artifacts discovered during the excavation of a barrow near the village of nor Haykajour Markerscase district.

The exhibition features more than 30 exhibits, Dating from the ninth-eighth centuries BC: ceramic vessels, jewelry, bronze parts of a belt, gold jewelry in the form of animals, detail of the tomb, the iron weapon, the wooden parts of the staff, the correspondent of the “Caucasian knot”.

Part of the findings is being reviewed in Armenia, because the exact numbers will be known after all laboratory examinations, told the correspondent of “Caucasian knot” in the Department of tourism and historical environment protection of the Ministry of economy of Nagorno-Karabakh.

For excavations to State service of protection of the historic environment has invited archaeologists from Nagorno-Karabakh and Armenia. The expedition included four archaeologist and a research group of seven experts, told the “Caucasian knot” at the Ministry of economy of the unrecognized Republic. Continue reading

The Swedish Minister showed archaeological finds at the site of the St. Petersburg “Okhta-the centre”

Saint-Petersburg. October 28, 2008. 18:07 — REGNUM, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Sweden Carl Bildt on October 28, inspected the territory of the planned construction of social and business district “Okhta-the centre” in St. Petersburg. As news Agency REGNUM in the press service of JSC ” Gazprom Neft “, the representatives of the company implementing the project, told the guests about the preparations for the construction, in which are conducted extensive archaeological research on the territory of the ancient fortress of Nyenskans.

Carl Bildt stated that it appreciated the importance of research, as it is at Okhta, on the territory of the ancient fortress of Nyenskans intertwined history of Russia and Sweden. He also expressed the hope that in the future, when the creation of the archaeological Museum in the framework of the project “Okhta-the centre” will have more opportunities to explore the history of settlements of the pre-Petrine time on the territory of St. Petersburg. Continue reading

In South-East Asia for the first time have found the oldest remains of modern humans
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"Black archeologists" shared with the state
The collection of archaeological antiquities of the Historical Museum has acquired a unique treasure trove of a hundred items relating to the early history of the Slavs. The sets of…

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