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First House of Nazareth Discovered

October 3, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from archaeology.org: Archaeologists in Nazareth have uncovered the foundations of the First House of Nazareth, which was built in 1740, and was part of the first Moravian settlement in North America, according to a report

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Stonehenge’s Singing Stones

June 27, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from archaeology.org: SALISBURY PLAIN, ENGLAND—Could the massive standing stones of Stonehenge also have made sounds? The New York Times reports that a team of researchers from London’s Royal College of Art hypothesizes that some of

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Byzantine Monastery and Mosaics Found in Israel

June 12, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from news.discovery.com: The remains of a 1,500-year-old monastery with intact mosaics covering the floor have been unearthed in southern Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced Tuesday (April 1). The Byzantine complex — which was discovered

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Complex Societies Before Agriculture: Göbekli Tepe

March 4, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from SocialEvolutionForum.com: It’s likely no one lived at Göbekli Tepe, a religious sanctuary built by hunter-gatherers. Scientists have excavated less than a tenth of the site—enough to convey the awe it must have inspired 7,000

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Megalithic Temples of Malta

February 28, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from Ancient-Origins.net: Everyone knows about the magnificent temples of ancient Egypt and ancient Greece, but one country containing some of the oldest and best-preserved temples in the world gets comparatively little attention – Malta. Malta

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Inside the Great Pyramid

September 10, 2013 Vulgarian 0

from blogs.smithsonianmag.com: “There is a story, regrettably apocryphal, about Napoleon and the Great Pyramid. When Bonaparte visited Giza during his Nile expedition of 1798 (it goes), he determined to spend a night alone inside the