Known as the “Chinese Stone Age Venice,” the Liangzhu excavation in eastern China is considered one of the most significant testimonies of advanced Chinese civilization. More than 5,000 years ago, the city already had an elaborate water management system. Until now, it has been controversial what led to the sudden
The partially mummified remains of a former Pompeii slave were discovered in a tomb outside the city center. According to the Live Science website, the tomb was discovered in the Necropolis of Porta Sarno, which lies outside the city walls of Pompeii. The inscriptions on the grave show that the
A 1,000-year-old tomb has been unearthed in Finland and a surprise awaits archaeologists: The remains may have belonged to a high-status non-binary person, pointing to likely acceptance and respect by their communities. For decades, archaeologists have found that in the tomb – discovered in 1968 during construction work in the
An archaeological project by the Municipality of Amadora unveiled the face of an inhabitant of Amadora when she was still a Roman. A reenactment that can be followed on video. More than 2000 years ago, Amadora was of the Romans, a people who left much more than their fingerprints there.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS were surprised when they uncovered a bizarre “entranceway” on what they believe to be the ruins of an Incan leader’s tomb. The Incan Empire is considered by most scholars to have been the most developed in the Americas, dominating the Peruvian highlands until the last stronghold was conquered by the
ARCHAEOLOGISTS believe they have unearthed a stone slab in Israel which has links to the Ark of Covenant. An ancient stone slab from an excavation of a temple just outside of Jerusalem could have connections to the Ark of Covenant, experts believe. The Ark of the Covenant is, according to