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Near the Sea of Galilee, Archaeologists Unearthed Mary Magdalene's Hometown and a Synagogue Where Jesus May Have Preached

MAGDALA, Israel – Excitement is brewing in the ancient city of Magdala, Israel.  Archaeologists believe that a first century synagogue discovered may have been a place of worship for both Jews and Christians.   1,569 more words

End Time Prophecy

Barbarian thugs behead 81 year-old Syrian archaeologist

 

 

Archaeologist Khaled al-Asaad, 82, was interrogated by so-called ‘Islamic State’ thugs for a month before he was beheaded yesterday in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra… 102 more words

Ancient Sites

History DNA playing card surveys

This is a project I’ve wanted to do for quite awhile. When I first started developing History DNA, we used to rate the Historical figures by character trait right in class.   477 more words

History

Leonard Woolley

Leonard Woolley was an English archaeologist best known for his excavation of the ancient city of Ur in Mesopotamia, in what is now Iraq. He unearthed a wealth of Sumerian artifacts from tombs he found there. 175 more words

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Mary Leakey

Mary Leakey was a anthropologist and archaeologist in Africa. She, along with her husband Louis, excavated early hominine remains and artifacts in Kenya, particularly in an area called the Olduvai Gorge. 269 more words

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Louis Leakey

Louis Leakey was a anthropologist and archaeologist in Africa. He, along with his wife Mary, excavated early hominine remains and artifacts in Kenya, particularly in an area called the Olduvai Gorge. 162 more words

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T.E. Lawrence

Thomas Edward Lawrence, known as Lawrence of Arabia, was an archaeologist and military officer, diplomat, and writer, active in the Middle East (also called West Asia or Arabia at the time) – particularly the area that is today, Israel, Jordan and Syria during WWI. 115 more words

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