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Ancient Ancestors Made A Large and Deliberate Migration to Australia
The size of the first population of people needed to arrive, survive, and thrive in what is now Australia is revealed in two studies published on June 17. [...]
Water on Mars Provides Hope for Human Habitation
The first sample of dust and soil analysed by NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover in August 2012 was found to contain a substantial amount of water. This discovery [...]
Enki: The Epic Mesopotamian Water God Who Saved Humanity
In the belief system of the Sumerians, Enki (known also as Ea by the Akkadians and Babylonians) was regarded to be one of the most important deities. [...]
Marine Archaeologists Drain Sea To Investigate Underwater Building At Salamis Ruins
The Greek Ministry of Culture has announced a major discovery by marine archaeologists off the island of Salamis. It has been revealed that divers and [...]
Revelations From Çatalhöyük: A 9,000-year-old Community With Modern Urban Problems
Some 9,000 years ago, residents of one of the world’s first large farming communities were also among the first humans to experience some of the [...]
Resurrecting the Ancient Israelites From the Valley of Dry Bones
The Vision of the Valley of Dry Bones prophecy is one of the most powerful prophecies of the prophet Ezekiel. In this vision, Ezekiel finds himself in a [...]
Boudicca: The Celtic Queen Who Unleashed Fury on the Romans
Boudicca’s name has been remembered through history as the courageous warrior queen who fought for freedom from oppression, for herself, and all the Celtic [...]
Were These Ancient Egyptian Mummies Chemical Or Natural Blondes?
Egyptian noblewoman Tjuyu and her husband Yuya were important figures in Amenhotep III’s court and she is believed to have died in 1375 BC. Most widely [...]
The Magical Message of Merlin Versus Modern Materialism
Approaching a subject such as lore about Merlin the Magician is to engage an old, old story that has been cast in poetry, history, music, art, and [...]
Brexit Bill Threat Continues England’s Ancient History of Debt Defaults
Boris Johnson’s threat to withhold payment of the UK’s £39 billion Brexit divorce bill until the EU gives Britain better exit terms has been the source of [...]