Traces of the giant, found by the expedition of Professor Muldashev in Syria, has led our scientists to the graves of giants. About who they protect and what you can find Ernst Muldashev told readers of “Arguments and facts”.
– Many world legends tell of the giants, the giants, the titans… Why no one found giant human bones? Because find same dinosaur bones.
It is quite possible that the ancient giants did not betray the bodies of the dead earth as we. Even in the modern world all the peoples of burying people in different ways. For example, in India it is customary to burn the deceased, and the ashes drop into the water. But it seems to me that the ancient people placed the bodies of dead brethren in the sarcophagus where the body was dematerializations and turned into some bundles of energy that were used by real people for different purposes. This was probably “the last journey” of the deceased in antiquity. Therefore, the bones of giant people can not find.
– No, we did not find bones. But the graves of ancient giants discovered.
– Tell us about these graves.
– The most famous and significant is the grave of Abel – son of Adam and eve, located near Damascus. A huge number of pilgrims from Arab countries come here to worship. Guarding this tomb for more than 300 years, representatives of Islam, called “drusen”that recognize Jesus Christ and speak serijskom dialect of Aramaic – the language of the lifetime of Jesus. Continue reading
And here is how with the help of archaeology attracts tourists abroad :
The government of Pompeii Italian and Spanish Tarragona already made a program to attract tourists to the archaeological site. The largest of the American Institute of archaeology, leading excavations in 250 locations around the world, have created their own travel Agency. It offers to explore traditional culture of West Africa, passing on the boat on the river in Mali along the coast of Senegal and the Gambia; dear Odysseus to sail or drive the ancient Silk road through Central Asia; Biblical archaeological society, engaged in the excavation of Christian shrines, the program was opened by Travel & Study. Steven Feldman, Director of educational programs of the Bible society, said “Friday”: “We want to talk about the historical event clearly and exciting. To do this, first, to get there, where it happened, and secondly, to attract as guides scientists involved in the study of this historical period. Five-star hotels, private planes and yachts are included.”
As a rule, throughout the trip the group is accompanied by a professional archaeologist. For example, the ruins of Troy turistipercaso of the Institute of archaeology and bringing in teachers from Harvard, and a cruise to the Greek Islands accompanied by a Professor from Columbia University, a specialist in ancient history. For seriously interested in the history of organised lectures and a list of literature for the study. For more frivolous dinners, dances, balls and meetings with local celebrities. Continue reading
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.
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