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Gene Fornby: The Ancient Swedish Village That Predates the Vikings
Located just outside Örnsköldsvik in northern Sweden, Gene Fornby is a reconstructed archaeological open-air museum based on the finds of an ancient [...]
Plenty of Wiggle Tomb: The Intriguing Monuments of the Middle Kingdom Rulers of the Oryx Nome
Even in periods we might not think of as being glamorous, ancient Egyptians still knew how to be stylish. Take Khnumhoteps I and II, nomarchs [...]
Native American Legends of Mount Katahdin: Home of Powerful Thunderbirds and the Lord of Storms
Located in Piscataquis in Piscataquis County, Maine, Mount Katahdin rises to a height of 5,267 feet (1605.38 meters). A central feature of Baxter State [...]
They Made It! Japan's Two Hopping Rovers Successfully Land on Asteroid Ryugu
A pair of tiny Japanese robots sent back wild images once they successfully landed on their new home, the asteroid Ryugu. Source: space
Native American Art: Thousands of Artists But Only a Fraction of Their Masterpieces Have Survived
The arts of North American natives typically fall into broad categories of sculpture, painting, quill-work, beadwork and architecture. The Native American [...]
Hologram of NASA Astronaut Mae Jemison Arrives at NYC's Intrepid Museum
Visitors at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on the Hudson River here in New York can now come face to face with a hologram of Mae Jemison, the [...]
Japanese Cargo Ship Launching Toward Space Station Today: Watch Live
A Japanese cargo spacecraft is scheduled to launch toward the International Space Station today (Sept. 22), and you can watch the action live. [...]
Magnificent Tham Lod Rockshelter Sheds Light on Earliest Humans in Thailand
The Tham Lod Rockshelter (a shallow cave) in Mae Hong Son Province, in Northwest Thailand is a prehistoric area that had been the center for burial and [...]
Aboriginal Australians Lived in Desert Interior 10,000 Years Earlier Than Thought
New evidence shows that Aboriginal Australians have lived inland in Western Australia for more than 50,000 years. That’s 10,000 years earlier than [...]
Do these Weapons Show the True Site of the Battle of Morgarten?
Archaeologists found knives, arrows, a cavalier’s spur and silver coins from what may be the site of the important 1315 AD Battle of Morgarten, [...]