One of the World’s Oldest Cities is 8,000 Years Older Than the Pyramids

One of the World’s Oldest Cities is 8,000 Years Older Than the Pyramids Within present-day Syria an ancient city has been built thousands of years before the first pyramid of Egypt was constructed. The city of Aleppo is considered one of the oldest cities in the world with signs of habitation that date from the …

12,000-Year-Old Lost City Off New Orleans Coast or Imagination Gone Wild?

12,000-Year-Old Lost City Off New Orleans Coast or Imagination Gone Wild? A self-proclaimed amateur archaeologist professes that mysterious granite stones found over the years by fishermen near the uninhabited Chandeleur Islands, located 50 miles east of New Orleans in the United States, are actually architectural artefacts from a 12,000-year-old lost city. Having visited the site …

A Crucified King and Mysterious Bones: Whose Remains Were Hidden in the Abba Cave?

A Crucified King and Mysterious Bones: Whose Remains Were Hidden in the Abba Cave? The Abba Cave is best known for being a tomb that contained the remains of a person who is believed to have been crucified. This cave is located in Givat HaMivtar, a suburban neighbourhood in the northern part of Jerusalem. The …

Genetics Cracks Origins of Two Mysterious People: Scythians and Basques

Genetics Cracks Origins of Two Mysterious People: Scythians and Basques Genetic analysis is all the rage and two separate studies have provided new insights into two peoples: the Scythians of yore, and the Basques of today. The story of the Scythians is one of motion: strangers riding in and mixing with the locals, only to …

Archaeologist claims to have discovered a ‘12,000-year-old underwater city with pyramid and energy field off the US coast.’

Archaeologist claims to have discovered a ‘12,000-year-old underwater city with pyramid and energy field off the US coast.’ A Retired architect has bizarrely claimed to have found an ancient underwater city with a pyramid and energy field off the coast of Louisiana. George Gelé, who calls himself an amateur archaeologist, has taken 44 trips to …

137 children’s handprints discovered in Yucatán cave

137 children’s handprints discovered in Yucatán cave More than 100 black and red handprints were discovered on the walls of a cave in Mexico, possibly created during an ancient Mayan ritual. Archaeologists said most of the 137 prints were made by children some 1,200 years ago and that it was part of a tradition when …

The Very First City Ever Established in Human History Recorded

The Very First City Ever Established in Human History Recorded It is the oldest city in ancient Mesopotamia. It was located in the southern region of Sumeria (now Warka, Iraq) to the northeast of the Euphrates River. Uruk was an ancient city of Sumer and Babylon at one time. The ruins of what once used …

Ukraine discovers a 5,000-year-old megalithic Stonehenge like monument!

Ukraine discovers a 5,000-year-old megalithic Stonehenge like monument! Archaeological digs still reveal historical aspects that remain puzzling to some. Such is the case with these archaeologists who are on a mission in Ukraine in the village of Novooleksandrivka, about ten kilometres south of the city of Dnipro. According to them, they discovered a place where …

Archaeologists Have Finally Found Greece’s Lost City Of Tenea

Archaeologists Have Finally Found Greece’s Lost City Of Tenea The story goes, that Tenea was founded by the survivors of the Trojan War in the 12th or 13th century BC, Until now, its location (and very existence) was entirely reliant on the words of historical text. But the Ministry of Culture of the country announced …

The Very First City Ever Established in Human History Recorded

The Very First City Ever Established in Human History Recorded It is the oldest city in ancient Mesopotamia. It was located in the southern region of Sumeria (now Warka, Iraq) to the northeast of the Euphrates River. Uruk was an ancient city of Sumer and Babylon at one time. The ruins of what once used …