Skeletons Found Under a Florida Wine Shop May Be Some of America’s First Colonists

Skeletons Found Under a Florida Wine Shop May Be Some of America’s First Colonists Archaeologists in Florida recently confirmed that they discovered the bones of many young children buried under the last place that one might have thought to look: a wine store. However, there will be no police investigation. The Florida wine shop is …

Construction Workers Stumble Across Old Pots With 1,300 Pounds Of Ancient Roman Coins Inside

Construction Workers Stumble Across Old Pots With 1,300 Pounds Of Ancient Roman Coins Inside Building companies discovered a hoard of bronze Roman coins concealed in jugs in Tomares, Spain during this week. 19 pottery jugs were discovered in the Zaudin Park when the workers dug ditches. The urns were packed with coins showing an emperor …

Rare Carving of Nude Horseman Found at Roman Fort May Depict Mercury or Mars

Rare Carving of Nude Horseman Found at Roman Fort May Depict Mercury or Mars An ancient carving depicting a naked “mystery horseman” discovered at Vindolanda, a Roman fort near Hadrian’s Wall, might be a depiction of a god, archaeologists said. The carving shows a man without clothes (except a hat) who is holding a spear …

2,000-Year-Old Ancient Egyptian Child Mummy Revealed in Incredible Detail Through 3D Scanning Technology

2,000-Year-Old Ancient Egyptian Child Mummy Revealed in Incredible Detail Through 3D Scanning Technology A stunningly accurate depiction of a mummy of a girl was created using CT and colourful 3D scans. When she died 2,000 years ago, she was just about five years old. Her body was wrapped in fine linen and adorned with a …

A Pyramid Has Been Discovered in Kazakhstan That Might Be Even Older Than Some Egyptian Structures

A Pyramid Has Been Discovered in Kazakhstan That Might Be Even Older Than Some Egyptian Structures In a remote region of the Kazakhstan steppe, some 3,900 miles northeast of Cairo, a previously unknown Egyptian-style pyramid was discovered. The structure is now mostly in ruins, but it is believed to be a lookalike of the famous …

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

Celtic woman found buried inside a TREE ‘wearing fancy clothes and jewellery’ after 2,200 years After studying the 2,200-year-old burial, archaeologists learned that the woman was about 40 years old when she died and had probably performed little physical labour during her lifetime. Moreover, an analysis of her teeth suggested this woman liked to eat …

Roman Baths Emerge From Sand Dunes Of Southern Spain

Roman Baths Emerge From Sand Dunes Of Southern Spain The ancient Roman Empire was one of immense luxury. During its reign, it saw advancements that helped better the lives of its citizens. Aqueducts, the creation of concrete, and the development of more effective roadways paved the way for future civilizations. Many of these architectural advancements …

Israeli Archaeologists Find 1,000-Year-Old Intact Chicken Egg

Israeli Archaeologists Find 1,000-Year-Old Intact Chicken Egg It’s been said that the elegant egg is the perfect food, and that just might be true as eggs have been a staple of human diets for millions of years before chickens were domesticated for both eggs and meat some 8,000 years ago. In a remarkably rare discovery involving one of these ovoid …

18th-Century Wooden Road Unearthed in Poland

18th-Century Wooden Road Unearthed in Poland Archaeologists have excavated a wooden road in the town of Jarosław, located in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship of Poland. The discovery was made during works on the present-day road surface and sewage connections, revealing a 30-metre-long wooden road in the town centre, that would have connected to the city gate …