Riddles of the Etruscans, who do not give rest to scientists
The people who inhabited the lands of modern Italian Tuscany a little more than two…

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History of the calendar
Before the discovery of America and the beginning of its conquest by the Europeans, the…

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How did dog collars change from ancient Egypt to the present day: Thorns, castles and diamonds
Dogs have been accompanying humans for thousands of years as loyal helpers, protectors, and companions.…

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10 archaeological finds that were made on the territory of Bulgaria and surprised scientists
The magnificence of Bulgarian archeology is often forgotten and spoken about Ancient Egypt and Greece…

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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

From where in Egypt pyramids?

The pyramids disturb the minds and hearts of many people – from serious scientists who have devoted their whole lives to the study of mysterious structures, to lovers of conspiracy, convinced that the pyramids could not be created by human hands. Oddly enough, but so far there is no version of the origin of the pyramids, which could satisfy both parties. On the other hand, there are countless theories that are the strangest on this subject: we decided to describe the 7 most interesting ones in more detail.
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