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Arabia

It’s the name of a steamboat that sank in the Missouri River in the 1856. It held 200 tons of artifacts preserved in the river silt. 128 more words

Travel

Planet Mars: It's Not Just a Rock, Enlightening Tour Of Mars, Video, Dec. 06, 2016

Date of video: Nov 30, 2016Maker of video: TheRealJimmyRoberts1 This very enlightening video was made by TheRealJimmyRoberts1 of Youtube. He carefully takes us on a tour of Mars using NASA photos.

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UFO SIGHTINGS

These Baffling Artifacts Prove How Little We Know About History

An oopart, otherwise known as an “out-of-place artifact,” is an archeological discovery that does not fit into our established understanding of history. Given the artifact’s advanced level of technology or general sophistication, its existence seems impossible within the physical, chemical, and/or geological constraints of its time. 1,232 more words

Dark History

OG HIP HOP TALK - V TWIZ

I always have great hip hop conversations with my friends, so I decided to record and share them. This one was a last minute decision to record, but I think it came out great considering. 30 more words

Hip Hop

Lithic Series, Part 5: Impact Fracture

I’m sure you’ve been just pining to know all about impact fractures and be provided with a somewhat humorous depiction of this occurrence.  So, while surveying, I’ve found a lot of broken projectile points in the field, which are then discarded since they can’t be fashioned into a new point.   24 more words

Archaeology

Old Sturbridge Village

Old Sturbridge Village

An 1830s New England Living History Museum

This small village was created in the 30’s by a family of antique collectors. Some of the buildings on this property date back to the 1700’s. 628 more words

Cottage

Swiss seize artefacts looted from Syria's Palmyra

AFP

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3 December 2016

The artefacts were apparently deposited in the free ports in 2009 and 2010. Photo: Louai Beshara/ AFP

Swiss authorities said Friday they had seized cultural relics looted from Syria’s ancient city of Palmyra, as well as from Libya and Yemen, which were being stored in Geneva’s free ports. 96 more words

Europe