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5 Ancient Mysteries of Mexico That Turn History On Its Head

Inspirational Tourist Attractions of Mexico

There is mounting evidence being gathered by researchers all over the world that casts doubt over the orthodox version of history. 1,826 more words

Ancient History

The woman who raised the Mary Rose dies

 

Dr Margaret Helen Rule (1928-2015)

 

Dr Margaret Helen Rule, CBE, the woman who helped raise the Mary Rose, died Thursday aged 86. She led the project that excavated and raised a huge section of Henry XIII’s Tudor warship from the bottom of the Solent in October 1982. 16 more words

Conservation

Inside the Mind of... David Breeze

After a short hiatus, we’re pleased to be able to continue our ‘Inside the Mind‘ series, with the co-operation of Professor David Breeze OBE, FSA, FRSE, Hon FSA Scot, Hon MIFA. 895 more words

Education And Entertainment

Archaeologists are now using drones to make their job easier


Chad Hill uses the technology to track looting in ancient Jordan tombs.

New

Bronze Age gold rings of a high-status person found in Wales

Two gold rings, possibly used as earrings or to hold hair in place, have been found in Rosset, Wrexham, Wales. Archaeologists say the rings date back 3,000 years to the Bronze Age. 850 more words

History

Madrid: Remains of Miguel de Cervantes - author of 'Don Quixote' - believed to have been found in Barefoot Trinitarians convent

USA Today: Scientists on Tuesday said they believe they have found the remains of Spanish literary giant Miguel de Cervantes.

The author of Don Quixote, regarded as a literary masterpiece, was buried in the Barefoot Trinitarians convent in the Spanish capital of Madrid in 1616. 64 more words

Culture

Balinese temple

A Pura is a Balinese Hindu temple. and the place of worship for the adherents of Balinese Hinduism in Indonesia. Puras are built in accordance to rules, style, guidance and rituals found in Balinese architecture. 1,252 more words

Bali