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3 Stumping Archaeological Enigmas of Ancient Greece
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3 Stumping Archaeological Enigmas of Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece is generally acknowledged as the seminal culture that served as the basis for Western civilization. Greece’s culture had…
A 210,000-Year-Old Skull Found In Greece is the Oldest Fossil Outside of Africa
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A 210,000-Year-Old Skull Found In Greece is the Oldest Fossil Outside of Africa

The skeletal remains discovered in Greece could rewrite the history of human migration in Euroasia. Scientists have revealed new details…
Experts Excavate Marble Pyramid Island and Uncover Origins of Ancient Greece
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Experts Excavate Marble Pyramid Island and Uncover Origins of Ancient Greece

A giant Marble pyramid-shaped island has been the subject of study by archeologists, who have now revealed the interesting results…
Cosmic Chart Reveals 540 Alien Stars and Planets—10 Things You Need to Know
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Cosmic Chart Reveals 540 Alien Stars and Planets—10 Things You Need to Know

Astronomers have presented a new catalog of objects close to the solar system, which includes stars, brown dwarfs, and exoplanets…
10 Things You Should Know About Lucian of Samosata, an Ancient Writer and Father of Science Fiction
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10 Things You Should Know About Lucian of Samosata, an Ancient Writer and Father of Science Fiction

Lucian of Samosata scoffed at all areas of life and thought. Therefore, there has always been a temptation to interpret…
10 of the Most Influential Figures in Ancient History Before Christ
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10 of the Most Influential Figures in Ancient History Before Christ

When it comes to the history of the human race, it is more than essential to understand that, regardless of…
10 Cultural Achievements of the Ancient Sumerians You Probably Didn’t Know About
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10 Cultural Achievements of the Ancient Sumerians You Probably Didn’t Know About

The Sumerians were an ancient civilization that inhabited the region of southern Mesopotamia (modern-day southern Iraq), between the Tigris and…
Ancient Gadgets – The Instruments that Shaped Humanity
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Ancient Gadgets – The Instruments that Shaped Humanity

The ability to create and use tools was a defining mark in the evolution of humans. Over time, many of…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Pyramids of Meroe
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Pyramids of Meroe

Everyone has heard of the Egyptian pyramids, but few people know that there are almost 200 pyramids in the desert…
3450-Year-Old Artifact Reveals Missing Alphabet Link
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3450-Year-Old Artifact Reveals Missing Alphabet Link

In Israel, archaeologists have discovered an extremely important artifact that is one of the earliest examples of the written use…
What If Our Universe Is No More Than A Computer Algorithm? Microsoft Researchers Think So
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What If Our Universe Is No More Than A Computer Algorithm? Microsoft Researchers Think So

Despite all the knowledge of the universe modern scientists have, theoretical physicists always find their ways to new theories about…
2,500-Year-Old Archeological Find Rewrites History of Crete
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2,500-Year-Old Archeological Find Rewrites History of Crete

A team of archaeologists from Belgium has discovered an unusual 2,500-year-old ceremonial building in the city of Itanos in Crete.…
Intact Ancient Chariot Discovered Near Pompeii Ruins Leaves Experts Stunned
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Intact Ancient Chariot Discovered Near Pompeii Ruins Leaves Experts Stunned

During the excavations of an ancient Roman villa in modern Pompeii, archaeologists discovered a well-preserved chariot in petrified ash. Experts…
7 Things You Should Know About The 7 Wonders Of The Ancient World
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7 Things You Should Know About The 7 Wonders Of The Ancient World

Every person has thought about how our ancestors lived, what they thought about, what did they strive for? Well, probably,…
10 Mind-Boggling Photographs of Jupiter You Need To See
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10 Mind-Boggling Photographs of Jupiter You Need To See

If you look at the northwest part of the sky after sunset (southwest in the northern hemisphere), you will find…
Unwritten Mystery: How The Plague Helped The Spartans Defeat Athens
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Unwritten Mystery: How The Plague Helped The Spartans Defeat Athens

The first major epidemic in history with documentary evidence (for example, in the stories of the ancient Greek historian Thucydides, who…
Linear A; Ancient Writing Used More Than 4,000 Years Ago Remains Undecipherable
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Linear A; Ancient Writing Used More Than 4,000 Years Ago Remains Undecipherable

Linear A is a form of a Cretan script containing hundreds of characters and has not yet been deciphered. It…
You Will Answer For The Horse! Here’s How the Persian King Cyrus Punished A River
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You Will Answer For The Horse! Here’s How the Persian King Cyrus Punished A River

Cruelty to water in one form or another seems to have been common among the Persian monarchs of the Achaemenid dynasty.…
How Roman Emperors Were Turned Into Gods In Ancient Rome
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How Roman Emperors Were Turned Into Gods In Ancient Rome

After the death of a Roman emperor, it was time for his apotheosis. This was the name of the complex, lengthy,…
Unwritten Mystery: What Were the Marital Duels in Medieval Germany?
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Unwritten Mystery: What Were the Marital Duels in Medieval Germany?

Medieval justice was very peculiar. I can give a quick and curious example with animal trials. Cats, dogs, bulls, caterpillars,…
Fast Food In Ancient Rome; What Was the Roman Thermopolium?
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Fast Food In Ancient Rome; What Was the Roman Thermopolium?

Many today believe that the concept of snack bars, semi-finished products, and fast food, in general, is a result of…
Electricity in Ancient Times; Facts and Speculations Uncovered
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Electricity in Ancient Times; Facts and Speculations Uncovered

By a strange coincidence, archaeologists have discovered a variety of objects whose existence is inexplicable and does not fit into…
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