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Unique 2,000-Year-Old Hexagonal Matrix Found in Ancient Romanian Capital

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An ancient bronze matrix, over 2.000 years of age, has just become the most valuable archaeological piece, presented at the Dacian and Roman Civilization Museum of Deva. The matrix was discovered in 2013 and has been subjected to research by specialists. The outstanding and priceless artifact was unearthed after a storm, at the roots of a tree that had collapsed within the Sarmizegetusa Regia Archaeological... 

Homo sapiens lived in the North Pole 45,000 years ago, before the ice age

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Homo sapiens lived in the North Pole 45,000 years ago, before the ice age: they found the evidence. They are the Hyperboreans Evola. He writes Science magazine in its issue 351 of January 15 last year. The proof is in the form of a mammoth carcass, frozen for thousands of years, leading many signs of bullet wounds inflicted by cutting tip and both pre either post-mortem, together with the remains... 

Stonehenge first built in Wales

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Scientists have found that the stones used for building England’s Stonehenge prehistoric monument were cut off from a large piece of rock in Pembrokeshire in Wales. A team of experts from British universities and museums say the stones were broken off larger rock faces in the Preseli hills using wooden wedges and taken to England’s Salisbury Plain. Their studies showed that the holes cut into... 

Blood Vessels Retrieved From 80 Million Years Old Dinosaur Fossil

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Blood vessels from the demineralized Brachylophosaurus canadensis bone. American scientists have found blood vessel-like structures in a mid-sized duck-billed dinosaur that walked the earth 80 million years ago. The discovery offers further evidence that some soft tissue structures can survive millions of years. The research was led by Dr Tim Cleland of the University of Texas at Austin. His team “demineralized... 

China Discovers Huge Undersea Gold Deposit

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Chinese marine geologists have discovered about 500 tons of gold under the seabed in the East China Sea, local media reported. The first undersea gold reserves and the largest gold deposit found in China was discovered after three years of investigations near Sanshan Island in east China’s Shandong province, 1.2 miles below sea level, the South China Morning Post newspaper reported Tuesday. The... 

NASA releases images of enormous 8,000-year-old patterns

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NASA has uploaded satellite images of ancient earthworks that were discovered by a Kazakh archaeologist. Ancient geoglyphs discovered by Kazakh archaeologist Dmitriy Dei have sparked the interest of NASA, which published satellite images of the earthworks on its website earlier this month. Dei uncovered the geoglyphs, which can only be seen from the air, by studying images from Google Maps of the... 

5800-year-old skeleton recovered in Iran

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Photo released by Iran’s official IRNA news agency shows remains of a human skeleton recovered in Lapuyi Hill near the southern city of Shiraz. Archaeologists have recovered an ancient skeleton in southern Iran, claiming that it relates to thousands of years before. Iran’s official IRNA news agency said Wednesday that the human remains found during excavations on the historic hills in Fars... 

Russian scientists to clone extinct animals

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Russian scientists will study remnants of the fossil animals and their DNA. A special scientific laboratory has been opened for this purpose in Yakutsk. Semen Grigoryev, Director of the mammoth museum in Yakutsk claimed that it’s the only scientific centre in Russia, where there will be held systematic biotech researches of the paleontological samples. According to him, the bodies are best preserved... 

Sunken City Found in Greece Dates Back to 3,000 Years B.C.

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A submerged ancient city, found in Greece by an international team of archeologists, dates back to the 3rd millennium B.C. Though the ruins were found underwater back in 2014 as a team of archeologists from the University of Geneva was undergoing diving training in Kiladha Bay in the Argolic Gulf, the actual age of the city was undetermined until now, Le Parisien reported. The group of Swiss and Greek... 

Humans killed the Mammoths and Sabretooth Tigers according to new study

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Two recent studies into ancient animal extinction appear to diametrically contradict each other, after a new university study claimed it was humans, and not climate change, that caused the demise of mammoths, sabretooth tigers and other ancient species. Just last July, research from the University of Adelaide and the University of New South Wales in Australia, published in the journal Science, made... 

2000-year-old Skeleton with Cone Head dug up at Russian Stonehenge

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A skeleton with an unusual-shaped skull (pictured) has been unearthed on a site known as Russia’s Stonehenge. UFO enthusiasts were quick to claim it was proof aliens visited earth when it was first found. Archeologists are puzzled over the ancient remains of a woman discovered on a site near Chelyabinsk, a Russian city to the east of the Ural Mountains. The approximately 2,000 year old skeleton... 

Accidental discovery of blood, collagen in dinosaur bones could rewrite textbooks

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An amazing discovery could rewrite textbooks, after a paleontologist accidentally found blood and soft tissue preserved in tattered dinosaur fossils. If proven, science expects answers to age-old questions, including: “Can we resurrect dinosaurs?” The red blood cells and collagen fibers were discovered by chance when Imperial College London’s Sergio Bertazzo and Susannah Maidment were examining... 

Scientists splice Woolly DNA into elephant cells

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The Woolly Mammoth at the Royal BC Museum, Victoria, British Columbia. Scientists at Harvard University are one step closer to bringing Woolly mammoths back to life, after successfully inserting some sequences of mammoth DNA into an elephant genome. The study is yet to be published, though, as there is still work to do. No recreation of the Ice Age would be complete without large, shaggy woolly mammoths... 

Researchers find Indo-European language source

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The remains of a male associated with the Middle Neolithic Salzmünde culture in Germany. A recent study has suggested that a vast human migration by ancient Eastern European steppe herders may have spread Indo-European languages to other parts of Europe. The study was carried out by a team of researchers from the US, Australia, and other countries by assessing multiple libraries of DNA samples from... 

CT scan reveals 1000 years old mummy inside statue of Buddha

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Dutch scientists have scanned a statue of Buddha, dating back to the 11th or 12th century, to reveal a mummy inside. They’ve also taken samples of the mummy’s insides and discovered scraps of paper with ancient Chinese characters on them. A human skeleton glows through the statue’s silhouette on the computed tomography scan, done in the Meander Medical Center in Amersfoort, the Netherlands. Gastrointestinal... 
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