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Is there an iron throne in the Great Pyramid?
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 1-17-2018 | 5 comments
Professor Giulio Magli believes that the pyramid may be home to a throne carved from the core of a meteorite.




Aztec epidemic mystery may have been solved
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 1-16-2018 | 5 comments
500 years ago, a deadly epidemic known as 'cocoliztli' killed nearly 80 per cent of the Aztec population.




Ancient stone carving may depict supernova
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 1-11-2018 | 16 comments
Scientists have identified what they believe to be the first known depiction of an exploding star.




Ancient model of the universe discovered
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 1-5-2018 | 7 comments
Archaeologists have unearthed a depiction of the mythical Aztec universe on the side of a volcano.




New group of ancient Native Americans found
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 1-3-2018 | 13 comments
Known as the ancient Beringians, this new group split from the founding population 20,000 years ago.




Roman Tantalus bowl was a practical joke
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 1-1-2018 | 0 comments
Researchers have identified what is thought to be the earliest known example of a physical practical joke.




Mummy discovered in unexplored Luxor tomb
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 12-10-2017 | 22 comments
Archaeologists have uncovered an unidentified mummy within a previously unexplored tomb near Luxor, Egypt.




'Santa's bone' dates back to time of St. Nick
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 12-6-2017 | 6 comments
Scientists have radiocarbon dated a small fragment of bone that may have belonged to Saint Nicholas.




How did the Indus thrive without rivers ?
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 12-4-2017 | 2 comments
The ancient Indus civilization had a novel solution to the lack of flowing water near its many villages.




Neolithic women were stronger than athletes
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 11-30-2017 | 27 comments
The arms of women who lived 7,000 years ago were stronger than those of today's elite Olympic rowers.

 
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