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True colours of ancient sculptures

When we think of statues and buildings of the classical period, we tend to imagine white marble; scientists in recent years have discovered that it is, in fact, most likely that many of the buildings and statues were painted and, probably, adorned with jewelry. White marble has been the norm ever since the Renaissance, when […]

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Forbidding Archeology, Scientific Paradigms and The Origins of Darwinism with special guest Micheal Cremo

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Forbidden Archaeology with Micheal Cremo

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After 3,300 Years, King Tut’s Coffin Leaves His Tomb For The First Time Ever

King Tutankhamun had never left the 3,300-year-old tomb from the time his body was first laid to rest there. Even after British archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb in 1922, the outer coffin made from wood and gold stayed in the Valley of Kings — until now. Earlier this year, the Getty Conservation Institute and the Egyptian […]

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Cold, dry climate shifts linked to Neanderthal Disappearance

Ancient periods of cold and dry climate helped our species replace Neanderthals in Europe, a study suggests. Researchers found that such cold periods coincided with an apparent disappearance of our evolutionary cousins in different parts of the continent, followed by the appearance of our species, Homo sapiens. “Whether they moved or died out, we can’t […]

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Lost continent found under Europe is revealing Earth’s missing history

More than 2,000 years ago, Plato wrote about a land called Atlantis, where a mighty empire vanished beneath the waves after a series of “excessively violent earthquakes and floods.” His tale has inspired plenty of nonsense in the centuries since, but now it seems that Plato was on to something. New research shows that lost continents […]

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The Autumn Equinox

Depending on your individual spiritual path, there are many different ways you can celebrate Mabon, the autumn equinox, but typically the focus is on either the second harvest aspect, or the balance between light and dark. This, after all, is the time when there is an equal amount of day and night. While we celebrate the […]

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Celtic woman found buried inside a TREE ‘wearing fancy clothes and jewellery’ after 2,200 years

It’s believed the woman, who died 2,200 years ago, commanded great respect in her tribe, as she was buried in fine clothes and jewellery. Scientists say the woman was Celtic. The Iron Age Celts are known to have buried members of their tribe in “tree coffins” buried deep underground. The woman’s remains were found in […]

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Scientists Mapped all of Otzi The Ice man’s 61 tattoos.

Proving that tattoos can age well, all 61 tattoos on the mummified Ötzi the Iceman have been mapped — and they still look pretty darn good, all things considered. Anthropologists mapped the ink on the 5,300-year-remains using a new imaging technique, revealing previously-unknown tattoos. With this new census in hand, researchers hope to finally answer the question of what […]

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