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1,500-year-old Perfect Wooden Saddle of Rouran Warrior Found
Archaeologists have found a very rare wooden saddle in Mongolia, from over 1,500 years ago. It was found in a cave burial with other artifacts and the [...]
The Nephilim Tradition From Ancient Sumer
The oldest literary tradition about great heroic kings claiming to have been scions of the gods dates back to the Sumerian King List in which the First [...]
Oldest And Largest Pre-Maya Sacred Site Discovered In Mexico
The largest and oldest monumental pre-Maya structure has been identified in Mexico revealing an ancient culture that thrived without a centralized [...]
Largest, oldest Maya monument suggests importance of communal work
From the ground, it’s impossible to tell that the plateau underfoot is something extraordinary. But from the sky, with laser eyes, and beneath the [...]
On the hunt for megafauna in North America
Research from Curtin University has found that pre-historic climate change does not explain the extinction of megafauna in North America at the end of the [...]
Snowball's chance in Earth and early signs of life
New research led by the University of St Andrews helps answer one of the most asked questions in geoscience, when did Earth start to become habitable to [...]
Study shows today's atmospheric carbon dioxide levels greater than 23 million-year record
A common message in use to convey the seriousness of climate change to the public is: “Carbon dioxide levels are higher today than they have been for [...]
Loss of land-based vertebrates is accelerating, according to biologists
In 2015, Stanford biologist Paul Ehrlich coauthored a study declaring the world’s sixth mass extinction was underway. Five years later, Ehrlich and [...]
Dead Sea Scrolls' DNA Helps Reassemble the Fragments
The Dead Sea scrolls have been analyzed up close revealing the origins of the animal skins upon which they were written. Discovered in the Qumran Caves, [...]
The Arch and Rotunda, Remains of a Vast Palace Complex Built by Galerius
One thing gastronomists, sun worshipers and historians can agree on is that Greece has more than a little of something for everyone. Regarded as the [...]