Christmas Comes Early in Scotland, Where Researchers Unwrap a Rare Rock Crystal Jar From the Viking-era Galloway Hoard

Christmas Comes Early in Scotland, Where Researchers Unwrap a Rare Rock Crystal Jar From the Viking-Era Galloway Hoard Wrapped in textiles and caked in dirt from where it was found southwest Scotland, the object didn’t look like much at first. Years of a careful cleaning, however, have finally revealed a stunning rock crystal jar wrapped …

Museum of Artifacts: 14000 Years Old Bisons Sculpture Found in Le d’Audoubert Cave, Ariege, France

Museum of Artifacts: 14000 Years Old Bisons Sculpture Found in Le d’Audoubert Cave, Ariege, France The bison stood next to each other, built from the cave walls, leaning against a small boulder in the darkness. While they are 18 feet twenty-four inches long, they are beautifully constructed and their durability is remarkable. The bison remained alone …

Emerald Tablets Of Thoth, 50,000-Year-Old Tablets Reportedly From Atlantis

Emerald Tablets Of Thoth, 50,000-Year-Old Tablets Reportedly From Atlantis The Thoth Tablets are imperishable, resistant to all elements, acids, and corrosion. According to Bibliotecapleyades, in truth, the atomic and cellular structure is set and no change can take place, thus violating the material law of ionization. Upon them are engraved characters in the Ancient Atlantean language;characters who …

Obsidian ‘Spirit Mirror’ Used by Elizabeth I’s Court Astrologer Has Aztec Origins

Obsidian ‘Spirit Mirror’ Used by Elizabeth I’s Court Astrologer Has Aztec Origins According to a recent study, an obsidian “spirit mirror” used by a confidant of Queen Elizabeth I was actually a product of Aztec culture. The obsidian mirror, made of volcanic glass, and three other comparable items at the British Museum were discovered to …

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 …