The rediscovery of ‘Noah’, a 6,500-year-old skeleton, who survived a Great Flood

The rediscovery of ‘Noah’, a 6,500-year-old skeleton, who survived a Great Flood Scientists at the Penn Museum in Philadelphia are quite literally cleaning the skeletons out of their closets. Museum staff recently rediscovered a 6,500-year-old human skeleton that’s been boxed up in the basement for 85 years. Tucked away in a storeroom, the wooden box …

Alien bodies discovered at a Malta archaeological site – Covered-up for over 100 years

Alien bodies discovered at a Malta archaeological site – Covered-up for over 100 years In 1902, a bizarre haul was discovered in Malta, a small European country. There were what seemed to be celestial bodies found there, but the government kept it secret for well over a century because it was such a dam‌ning find. …

Lady Of Pacopampa: Woman With Elongated Skull Who Ruled In Ancient Peru 3000 Years Ago

Lady Of Pacopampa: Woman With Elongated Skull Who Ruled In Ancient Peru 3000 Years Ago In October 2009, a team of archaeologists from the Pacopampa Archaeological Project, led by renowned Japanese archaeologist Yuji Seki, discovered a 6.8 feet long tomb, whose remains dated back to approximately 900 BC. Pacopampa is an archaeological site that is …

A new study reveals, Anglo-Saxon Kings were generally vegetarian, but peasants treated them to huge meat feasts

A new study reveals, Anglo-Saxon Kings were generally vegetarian, but peasants treated them to huge meat feasts Very few people in England ate large amounts of meat before the Vikings settled, and there is no evidence that elites ate more meat than other people, a major new bioarchaeological study suggests. Its sister study also argues …

DNA shows Scythian warrior mummy was a 13-year-old girl

DNA shows Scythian warrior mummy was a 13-year-old girl The story of a clan of warrior women was formed in Greek mythology during a time when there were ancient gods, warriors, and rulers. These powerful female combatants from Asia Minor said to be daughters of the gods, have captured people’s imaginations for ages and continue …

Fossils that “clearly foreshadow” modern humans are 30,000 years older than we thought

Fossils that “clearly foreshadow” modern humans are 30,000 years older than we thought The Omo I and Herto fossils, found in East Africa, are the oldest known Homo sapiens fossils yet discovered in the region — but a new study shows they are tens of thousands of years older than we thought. Older studies had dated the Omo I and …

Mummification in Europe may be older than previously known

Mummification in Europe may be older than previously known How old is the art of embalming the dead and where did it originate? This is one of those eternal archaeological questions that is constantly reinforced and altered with the arrival of new evidence. In the realm of popular history, mummification has been associated with the …

In 1980, while cleaning out her garage, a woman found the hidden mummies

In 1980, while cleaning out her garage, a woman found the hidden mummies In 1966, two California teenagers became fascinated with mummies and archaeology. They wanted to make a find for themselves and had heard that the prehistoric tribes of northern Mexico had a tradition of burying their dead in caves. Near Sunny San Diego, …