Atlantis may be the most famous lost city, but she isn’t the only one. Take a look at this list to learn more, readers! These Important Ancient Cities are Lost to Time…Where Are They? Apr 15, 2021 Steve Palace A mysterious location that’s talked about but hasn’t been found… what a tantalizing prospect! And if the … Continue reading The Lost City of – Where?
Istanbul – formerly Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire – has a long, rich history. Some of that history is presently being excavated, as you will see when you read the article linked below. Archaeologists have already made some fascinating discoveries, and more are sure to come! Ruins of Millennia-Old Monument Unearthed in Turkish … Continue reading Unearthing History
It is impossible to tell with certainty if the skull described in the story belonged to Pliny the Elder. However, the evidence that he and his men were there remains strong given what archaeologists have discovered in their excavations. Read the article to learn more: Vesuvius Remains Identified As Heroic Rescue Mission By Pliny The … Continue reading Evidence of an Ancient Rescue Operation
Learn more through the link below: 2,000-Year-Old Punic-Era Tomb Accidentally Found in Malta UPDATED 2 JUNE, 2021 RUDRA BHUSHAN The archipelago of Malta in the Mediterranean Sea in southern Europe, is a place of mystique and wonder. With a rich history that commences with human occupation in 5,900 BC, archaeologists have now discovered a 2,000-year-old Punic tomb in … Continue reading The Maltese Tomb
Those who have read Andre Norton’s Witch World novels* may well recognize the parallels between some of the ruins described below and the “places of the Old Ones” in the Dales of High Hallack. A land to the west of Estcarp, High Hallack was based on the United States, albeit with plenty of Medieval culture … Continue reading Odd American Ruins
Click the link to learn more, readers: Remains of Medieval Soldier Found With Sword & Knives in Lake Jan 13, 2021 Ian Harvey Medieval crime? Lakes and rivers sometimes act as more than fun places to pass a hot day, dipping in and out of cool water to ease the discomfort of a blazing summer … Continue reading A Morbid Discovery
Click the link to learn more, readers! Mount Padang Has Many Secrets: What’s Beneath Its Surface Astounds Scientists Jan 21, 2021 Ian Harvey Mount Padang: Indonesia is a country famous for its white sand beaches, blazing hot sun, and crystal blue waters that lure millions of tourists every year, from continents as close as Australia … Continue reading Hidden Temple
With thanks to Foxfier for the tip. 😉 I would have missed this bit of news entirely if she hadn’t tossed it my way! Reading this article, one has to wonder what else is hiding under the ice. As long as it is not a Lovecraftian horror, a killer zombie disease, or something equally terrible, … Continue reading History Emerges from the Ice!
Take a look at this article on crucifixion, readers: Christ crucifié, Diego Velázquez (détail) © wikimedia commons Asphyxiation: The main cause of death by crucifixion J-P Mauro - published on 07/09/20 A new study of the only known remains of a crucified man paints a different picture of the Roman execution method. In 1968, archaeologist Vassilios Tzaferis excavated … Continue reading Good Friday
Many forget that when times are tough cash is a great asset. When the world goes crazy, hard currency can open doors which will remain firmly shut otherwise. That is why people throughout history have buried coins and other valuables in their backyards or kept them in hidden nooks in the houses, since they can … Continue reading Treasured Discovery in the Land of the Rising Sun