Fossil teeth push the Human-Neandertal split back to 1 million years ago

A new study estimates the age of these hominids’ last common ancestor.

Unknown Human Population Group Discovered in Siberia

Climate change is not a good thing in general, but it’s done wonders for fossil hunters in Siberia who make new discoveries as the permafrost thaws. DNA analysis reveals hardy group genetically distinct from Eurasians and East Asians.

Easter Island Revealed

Easter Island is a remote, triangular-shaped, treeless, island in the Pacific. It’s 14 miles long and 7 miles across, at its widest, and there is a dormant volcano at each corner. This small isolated land is 2,000 miles from the South American mainland and it’s administered by Chile.

Ancient Carvings Show Evidence of a Comet Swarm Hitting Earth Around 13,000 Years Ago

Cross-checking the event with computer simulations of the Solar System around that time, researchers in 2017 suggested that the carvings could describe a comet impact that occurred around 10,950 BCE - about...

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 the skeleton of a warrior in northern Italy from the 6th century who after having his hand amputated, used a knife as a prosthetic hand.

Archaeologists Discover Hidden Palace Marked With Symbols of Ramesses the Great

Archaeologists have discovered an ancient Egyptian palace at the site of a royal temple, Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities announced.

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

Scientists widely believe that modern human beings evolved from a single population of Homo Sapiens in present-day Morocco some 300,000 years ago. But a new study is now suggesting that we rewrite the very foundations of our evolution.

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...