Evidence that Noah’s Ark Landed on a Mountain 17 Miles South of Ararat

An illogical and unwarranted assumption prevails today relating to the landing spot of Noah’s ark. People—highly educated people—are sure that Noah’s ark landed on the remote and inaccessible heights of Mount Ararat,...

Human settlements in Amazonia much older than previously thought

"We have long been aware that complex societies emerged in Llanos de Moxos in southwestern Amazonia, Bolivia, around 2,500 years ago, but our new evidence suggests that humans first settled in the...

Medieval Warrior Replaced Amputated Hand With A Prosthetic Knife

Archaeologists have uncovered something pretty incredible in Northern Italy. Found in a Longobard necropolis, the skeleton of this medieval Italian warrior dates back as far as the 6th century.

Archaeologists Discover Hidden Palace Marked With Symbols of Ramesses the Great

The structure adjoins the Temple of Ramesses II at the ancient site of Abydos, an important city also home to the tombs of several early kings. Archaeologists uncovered evidence...

Early Humans were able to speak and crossed sea on boats, expert claims

Early humans may have learned to speak far earlier than previously thought. Far from being “stupid ape-like creatures”, a language expert has claimed the ability of Homo erectus to...

New Research claims we didn’t all evolve from one population Of Early Humans

According to research published in Trends in Ecology & Evolution, early humans did not emerge from a single population, but instead from a diverse collection of groups unlike anything most scientists had...

5 Ancient Civilizations that possessed Advanced Technology

Mu or Lemuria The first civilization appeared 78,000 years on the enormous continent common as Mu or Lemuria. They existed for around 52,000 years when allegedly they were extinct...

The Sword in the Stone at Montesiepi Chapel

Galgano Guidotti was born in 1148 near Chiusdino. After spending his youth as a wealthy knight, in 1180 Giudotti decided to follow the words of Jesus and retired as a hermit near...

Archaeologists discover Roman Britain man whose tongue was replaced by a stone

The man had been buried face down, perhaps during fears that his corpse would rise to threaten people once again, archaeologists believe. The burial site, at Stanwick near to...

Sushrut, son of Rishi Vishwamitra, was the world’s first surgeon

In later years, he lived in the Coastal Area Presently State in Andhra Pradesh. He Resided for quite a while in the Himalayas. He was the Author of Sushrut Samhita that contains...

Prehistoric Native American sites excavated in New Jersey

Along with the hearthstones, animal bones, and remains of plants likely used for food, medicine, and fuel discovered during the excavations, the materials may shed light on the lives of indigenous people...

Graves of elite Moche people dating back to 600 AD unearthed by archaeologists

Archaeologists also found weapons and other fascinating artifacts in the three ceremonial chambers at the Ucupe site, near the northern coast of Peru. Members of the Museum of the Royal...