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South America

It turned out that the inhabitants of Easter island did not conduct the war as previously believed, Archaeologists of the University Binghamton studied the obsidian spears of the mysterious civilization of Easter island and concluded that it was unlikely to have disappeared as a result of military conflict, according to Antiquity. “Almost any thing can be used as a spear, and almost any object can become a murder weapon. But when you are at war, your weapon must meet certain. Read more ”

To the 70-ies of XX century it was believed that the earliest people in America were the bearers of the Clovis culture. It was about 13.5–9 thousand years ago and stood out a special type of tips – well crafted and balanced. But in the 1970s, archaeologist Tom Dillehay (Tom Dillehay) opened in the Parking lot of Monte Verde in Chile, the remains of dwellings, hearths, footprints of people and the artifacts that were dated to the period about 14.5 thousand years ago. Then the archaeologist had for a long time. Read more ”

The status of a significant portion of geoglyphs located in the Peruvian desert of Nazca, raises concerns, reports the newspaper “universal”. According to Peruvian archeologists, serious damage to the ancient figures and geometric figures are trucks that drive around the valley, despite the existing ban. Power strangelet is not sufficient for the preservation of unique objects created by an ancient civilization. Read more ”

On Earth there is not a small number of ancient archaeological artifacts that testify to the fact that the history of life on our planet may be not the same as what we imagine. Before you 6 the most notable findings, which are still not solved. Giant stone balls of Costa Rica’s Mysterious stone formations perfectly round shapes are intriguing not only for its view, but by its obscure origin. For the first time. Read more ” Continue reading

Small pieces of tar

Small pieces of tar, discovered by archaeologists during excavations of settlements of ancient people, it is not that other, as the first chewing gum. In Ancient Greece and the middle East, chewing the resin of mastic tree used for cleansing teeth. For over 1000 years by the Mayans for the same purpose used the juice of hevea (rubber), as well as to constantly train their gums and chewing muscles used a mixture of wool and honey. After Columbus ‘ discovery of America, along with tobacco was brought to Europe and the prototypes of the modern chewing gums. However, the Europeans were able to estimate all advantages of the constant chewing.

6 the rebirth of chewing gum occurred in the USA a few centuries later. For chewing began to use spruce resin. For a good chew this material had it for a long time to warm up in the mouth, and this has hampered the spread of chewing gum. A real breakthrough in “chewing” the industry has been the use of juice Sapodilla, that has properties similar to latex. Soon in chewing gum by adding sugar and various flavorings. In 1939 was born the work of the American Professor Hollingworth in which mylobeditor proved that the constant chewing relieves muscle tension and stress. Since then, gum has become a mandatory component in the rations of American soldiers.

Since then, gum has become a permanent attribute of human life.

So whether chewing gum useful? Let’s try to define all of the + and – chewing gum.

A pleasant taste. 2) Cleanses the mouth. 3) Refresh the oral cavity. 4) Relieves muscle tension and stress. 5) Contained in chewing gum sweeteners. (sorbitol, xylitol) restore acid-alkaline balance.

 

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In Nagorno Karabakh the archaeological Museum is open

In Nagorno-Karabakh on may 30 with support from the government was the opening of the archaeological Museum. The Museum was founded in the XVIII century fortress, which is located near the ancient city of Tigranakert (North-East of Askeran region of Nagorno Karabakh).

Specific localization of the ancient Tigranakert, founded in Artsakh Armenian king Tigran II the Great (95-55 BC), was refined in the summer of 2005. In the same year, archaeological excavations began. produced primarily by specialists from Armenia. In the excavations, financed by the government of Nagorno-Karabakh. took part scientists of Institute of archeology of the Academy of Sciences of Armenia, Engineering University and State Museum of Armenian history.

The outdoor Museum is illustrated the course of archaeological excavations, and in three halls of the Museum houses various artifacts discovered by the archaeological expedition of the Academy of Sciences of Armenia in the course of excavations. Also presents objects of material culture, starting with the V century BC to the XVII century.

The territory of the ancient city of Tigranakert, which covers about five thousand acres, last year was granted a national Park status. In Nagorno-Karabakh are going to turn this ancient city into a place of pilgrimage for Armenians from all over the world.

According to the head of the Department of tourism under the government of the Nagorno Karabakh Sergey Shahverdyan . in addition to the Tigranakert, the reserve also includes the historic environment of the city. “This environment is very rich in historical monuments and testimonies. And the creation of the Museum of Tigranakert is the basis for the reserve came to life”, – said Sergey Shahverdyan. Continue reading

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In Zheleznogorsk convicted black diggers
For the storage of gunpowder extracted from bullets dug during the war, citizens on probation: one year and a half, another a year and three months The verdict in the…

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Black diggers
On the site of the once prosperous village Bushneva they leveled a whole street of merchant houses, ancient temples and the floors broke down, destroyed the iconostasis. That in Antropovo…

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Archaeologists have unearthed the largest Indian settlement
The settlement of the 16th century, discovered on the North shore of Ontario, in his days was a major economic and cultural center. This conclusion was made by canadian researchers…

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