Category: Archaeology

Abuna Yemata Guh – Notable Church for Its Dome and Wall Paintings Dating Back to the 5th Century and Its Architecture

The church is one of the “35-odd rock-hewn churches, the largest concentration anywhere in Ethiopia.” It is situated in the erstwhile Gar’alta woreda. The entrance is reached by a steep and hazardous ascent with hand and footholds in the rock. Visitors have to cross a natural stone bridge with a sheer drop of approximately 250m […]

CT Scans Reveal King Tut’s Face

Facial reconstructions based on CT scans of King Tutankhamun’s mummy have produced images very similar to the pharaoh’s ancient portraits. The first facial reconstructions of King Tutankhamun based on CT scans of his mummy have produced images strikingly similar to the boy pharaoh’s ancient portraits, with one model showing a baby-faced young man with chubby […]

Well-Preserved 3,000-Year-Old Sword Found in Germany

Archaeologists from the bavarian state office for the preservation of monuments have announced the discovery of a well-preserved bronze age sword in the town of Nördlingen, Bavaria, Germany. Most Bronze Age remains around Nördlingen belong to the Urnfield Culture (often divided into several local cultures within a broader Urnfield tradition) which emerged around 1300 BC. […]

Operation Flying Plate: Unidentified UFOs Invade Brazil, Government Launches Mysterious Investigation

In the annals of ufology, one incident that stands out is the мysterious occurrence known as Operation Flying Plate, which took place in Brazil in 1977. This captiʋating eʋent captured the attention of the world as Brazilians reported sightings of peculiar flying saucers inʋading their skies. In this article, we delʋe into the details surrounding […]

7 Fascinating Facts About Obelisks

The first thing you might not know about obelisks is what they are. If you have ever visited the Washington Monument, however, or walked across the Place de la Concorde in Paris, or seen any rendering of ancient Egypt in its glory, you are very familiar with obelisks: vertical stone columns that taper as they […]

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