10 strangest archaeological finds
During the excavations, archaeologists first of all pay great attention to the discovered antiquities - be it dusty clay fragments or luxuriously painted frescoes. But on the surface of the…

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Giant images of the Nazca Valley: Communication with a deity or signals to space ships?
Civilizations left in the past have left riddles to modern man, on the solution of which the best minds of historians and archaeologists are thrown. A number of riddles have…

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Graffiti of the first Christians, the Egyptian tomb and other unique artefacts found on islands hidden from civilization
There are thousands of islands in the world. Many of them have their own rich history, culture and secrets. Given the natural isolation, a strange culture for the rest of…

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Mysterious prehistoric objects

In the world there are hundreds of mysterious places and objects, which scientists are trying to unravel the secret of more than a dozen years. Stone circles, plates, deities, temples – all these centuries-old historical values ​​are unique and give us the opportunity to return to the past – to the origins of the development of human civilization.
Karnak stones. France
Karnak Stones is a collection of more than 3 thousand standing stones around the French city of Karnak in Brittany. The stones were installed between 4500 and 3300 BC. There are many theories about the purpose of installing these stones. Some argue that the stones are related to astronomy and are an observatory. Other scientists claim that the stones were used as primitive seismic instruments for determining earthquakes. Continue reading

Incredible finds of ordinary people.

However, to make a find, it is not necessary to go underground. There are 10 unexpected and strange artifacts that have been discovered on the surface of archaeological antiquities.
1. “Augustus is divine”
10 incredible finds of ordinary people
Coin of Traian-Augustus “August the Divine.”
Israel
In 2016, tourist Lori Rimon was walking in the eastern Galilee (region in northern Israel). When she passed through the archaeological site, she accidentally noticed a yellow glow. In the grass lay an old coin. Transferring it to the authorities, Rimon was surprised to learn that the coin was about 2,000 years old. And the fact that there is only one coin of this kind is absolutely exceptional. Continue reading

Russia’s oldest idol turned out to be older than the Black Sea

The wooden figure found the Mesolithic – the middle stone age and was the oldest of the large surviving sculptures of mankind. An international group of researchers with the participation of Russian scientists conducted radiocarbon dating of the Big Shigirsky idol, which is stored in the Sverdlovsk Regional Museum of Yekaterinburg and initially had a height of more than five meters.
The dating showed that it was created 11,600 years ago — earlier than any other large-sized sculpture known to people.
The idol was made thousands of years before the freshwater lake at the site of the Black Sea connected to the basin of the Atlantic Ocean and became salty. Continue reading

The mystery of the Roman Lycurgus Cup: Nanotechnology in the ancient world?
The British Museum holds a very beautiful ancient exhibit - the Roman Lycurgus Cup. But he is more famous for his unusual optical properties. Under normal lighting, the goblet appears…

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How did the first coins appear, what was before them, and who printed the first bills
Money - quite an ancient means for calculations. But market relations arose much earlier. For centuries, the ancient people made purchases, exchanged goods without the use of coins, banknotes and…

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History of the calendar
Before the discovery of America and the beginning of its conquest by the Europeans, the territory of present-day Mexico, Guatemala and some other countries were occupied by the Aztec empire,…

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