Historic Findings: Tablets of Assyria & Fabergé Knives

kmiragaya / 123RF Stock Photo   Assyrian Tablets A trove of Assyrian tablets, 93 in total, have been discovered near the small village of Bassetki, northern Iraq, dating to around 1250 BCE. Two Mittani cuneiform tablets were also found, belonging to a civilization which was located north of the Assyrians. The ruins that the tablets…

Roman Findings #1-20

Roman Findings: Caligula’s Stolen Mosaic EB2AB Roman Lead Stolen Mosaics Remains of War Nerik Rome New Sundial Roman Findings: A Happy Dog Licking Dog Roman Antalya Konya Gardens A Konya Mosaic West Wall Theater Roman Findings: Romans Underwater The Sunken Ruins The New British Bellerophon The Vindolanda Rooms Roman Findings: The Citrus King Citrus in…

Historic Findings #21-40

  Historic Findings: Tablets of Assyria & Fabergé Knives Assyrian Tablets A French Treasure Hoard Cretan Statue Fabergé Knives Statues in Isparta Historic Findings: The Remains of Hellenisim C3A2BA Qalatga Darband Kayseri Lycia Israeli Beehive Antikythera Thouria Idalion Historic Findings: Luwian BE5A Triquet Island Luwian Trondheim Człuchów Castle Egyptian Obelisk Tripolis Adramyttium Historic Findings: Arabian…

Historic Findings #1-20

Historic Findings – Nigeria, UAE, Egypt Findings in the Danube The Bamburgh Bird Tombs throughout Egypt Trading in Arabia in the Bronze Age An Aztec Ballcourt The Glass of Ife-Ife A Fragment from Arad Historic Findings – Tomb of Augustus, England, Vienna Scanning Carnuntum Beneath Chichester Renovating Augustus Historic Findings – Delos, Alexandria, Mycenaean Tomb Delian Harbor…

Roman Findings: Caligula’s Stolen Mosaic EB2AB

Roman Lead Professor Maureen Carroll (University of Sheffield) and Dr. Tracy Prowse (McMaster University) have launched a study on the effects of lead on Romans who used it in piping, medicine and items around the house. It is called the Deadly Lead project and will present their findings on a topic which is assumed to…

Historic Findings: The Remains of Hellenisim C3A2BA

sheftme / 123RF Stock Photo In the Iraqi highlands of the border between Iraq and Iran lies the ancient Hellenistic city of Qalatga Darband, nestled near Dukan Lake. However, it was only found this year. It was a coincidence that it was found because the outlines of the area were discovered by examining declassified CIA…

Historic Findings: Arabian Gates CB2A2B

Credit: Google Search Stories A very weird discovery was made in Saudi Arabia recently. Through the power of Google Earth Professor David Kennedy of the University of Western Australia has recently discovered hundreds of stone gate structures lying across the Saudi desert. Prof. Kennedy has been exploring the ground for years after they were first…

Historic Findings: Cities of the Americas 2ADBC

Recent discoveries have emerged out of the Pre-Colombian city of Chan Chan. The city used to be the capital of the Kingdom of Chimor before the Incans overran them and has coughed up four wood sculptures. 3 were males but 1 was a woman, an unusual finding for their culture. Further work will likely be…

Historic Findings: Kings of Sealand

Sealand         I used this video for research on the Sealand dynasty and I recommend it for anyone looking at the Ancient Middle East: Credit: Ollie Bye I already support Ollie Bye on Patreon and you should too: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4740833 You’ve probably never heard of the Sealand dynasty of Mesopotamia and for good reason. There really isn’t…

Roman Findings: Happy Dog

Licking Dog Pete Cresswell and Andrew Broughton were both using their metal detectors in Gloucestershire, U.K., when they discovered an interesting treasure. Dating to the 4th century they discovered two statues, one interesting and the other amazing. There was a large bronze statue that was broken into pieces that may have been the best find…

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Heracles sarcophagus brought back to Turkey https://www.dailysabah.com/history/2017/09/14/sarcophagus-of-heracles-finally-returns-home-to-turkey The SH3P2 protein in plants https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170810104838.htm Ancient submerged Greek building found near Salamis http://www.tornosnews.gr/en/tornos/trends/26937-sunken-ruin-described-by-pausanias-discovered-in-greek-island-of-salamis.html The bacterium Amoebophilus shoots daggers https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170817141531.htm Large rock-cut Mycenaean tomb http://www.archaeology.wiki/blog/2017/09/12/a-significant-archaeological-discovery-was-made-near-orchomenos-of-boeotia/ The CSR will make your tomatoes bigger https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170817141813.htm Voynich Manuscript Deciphered? http://www.iflscience.com/editors-blog/researcher-claims-to-have-deciphered-the-mysterious-voynich-manuscript-/ Archaeon DNA folding https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170810141715.htm New Egyptian Mummy http://www.archaeology.wiki/blog/2017/09/11/newly-unearthed-ancient-tomb-with-mummies-unveiled-in-egypt/ The domestication of…