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Exploring the ruins of the Kingdom of Kush

Archaeological expedition discovered the biggest find of the decade: the scientists of Italy and Russia have found traces of an ancient and poorly known culture of Meroe, Rastsvetaeva in the VIII century BC up to the III century BC in the Sudan. Archaeologists, in a joint archaeological expedition in the Sudan discovered the biggest find of the past decade.

In the Sudan found the biggest archaeological find of the decade

In the Sudan worked international archaeological expedition, which included specialists from the Russian Federation and Italy. They made an interesting discovery and nataliepo most in the last ten years.

Russian scientists have found in the Sudan is the largest archaeological find of the decade

In the Sudan in Eastern Africa, a group of scientists discovered an important archaeological finds. …At the end of last year, the archaeologists have found an altar of basalt, that is, from the liquid lava, which froze and turned into rock. Continue reading

15 amazing ancient cities, which are known by very few

Pompeii, Machu Picchu and Angkor Wat are the names of these cities at the hearing, even among schoolchildren, in the Internet there are hundreds of Photos of these places, and it was there that strive to be tourists. But there is on the planet no less ancient and interesting, but not as raspiarenny. In our review of 15 amazing cities that were built thousands of years ago and are now of great interest.

1. Carthage

Carthage, located on the territory of modern Tunisia was founded by Phoenicians in the first Millennium BC. The city quickly flourished and became a huge influence because of its coastal location, but soon there were rivals to the Romans. Carthage eventually surrendered to the Romans in 146 BC and was destroyed.

2. Ciudad Perdida

The present name of Ciudad Perdida translates as “the Lost city”. This place is also know in Colombia called Buritaca or Teyuna. Founded in 800 BC the city is older than the famous Inca city of Machu Picchu by 650 years. It was accidentally discovered only in 1972, assumed to be in the city with a population of about 8,000 people. Continue reading

Archaeology of Egypt

Egypt is the oldest country in the world. It was here he first formed a unitary state. It exists and is still — changing names, population, religion and form of government. Nevertheless, something remained unchanged. The cultural heritage of Egypt exists in the form of archaeological antiquities, valuable finds, majestic temples and pyramids, wonderful life. News of archaeology of Egypt presented in this section.

A team of archaeologists from Prague’s Charles University during the excavations in the mastaba AS-54, in the Sahara, discovered well-preserved parts of the large boats used during the old Kingdom for trips on the Nile. We are talking about a large boat, not toy models, which are often found in the tombs.

Funerary mask of Tutankhamun, hardly the most recognizable work of art of Ancient Egypt, returned to the Museum after two months of restoration, carried out by German experts. The restoration took the mask after an extremely amusing incident in which one of the Museum staff pulled Pharaoh’s beard. Then glued it using “super glue”. Continue reading

Found a mysterious Golden spiral
Two thousand small gold spirals, its age is about 2900 years put Danish archaeologists stumped scientists puzzled over the origin of the treasure. Fragments of tightly twisted flat gold wire,…

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Open Kostroma archaeologists in the twenty-first century
Archaeological exhibition "trail of secrets" in the Art gallery of Kostroma Museum-reserve. The exhibition presents the results of the latest archaeological research on the territory of Kostroma region. Fund "Archaeology"…

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The hill with the remains of an ancient settlement multilayer
The most characteristic examples of Neolithic settlements in Greece are Dimini. Dispilio. Lerna and Sesklo in mainland Greece, as well as the early layer of Knossos in Crete Among them…

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