Category: Archaeology

Ancient Graffiti

Ancient Graffiti

Ancient graffiti bears a lot of resemblance to modern day graffiti. We take a look at the history of graffiti with some amazing historic examples.

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The Catacombs of San Gennaro

The Catacombs of San Gennaro

The Catacombs of San Gennaro began in the second century AD as a pagan burial ground, but was later adopted by Christians after Christianity swept the land.

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The Roman Dodecahedrons Mystery

The Roman Dodecahedrons Mystery

What purpose did the Roman Dodecahedrons have? There are numerous theories about the these artifacts. Approximately 100 of these objects have been found.

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Out of Place Artifacts

Out of Place Artifacts

Out Of Place Artifacts is a term invented by cryptozoologist Ivan T. Sanderson to define an object found in a place that is impossible to account for.

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The Taulas of Menorca

The Taulas of Menorca

The mysterious taulas of Menorca look remarkably similar to the great stonehenge megalith of England. But what was their purpose? Read the theories.

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Parking Lot Archaeology

Parking Lot Archaeology

Parking Lot Archaeology: Recent and significant archaeological finds have taken place in the unusual location of the ground beneath British parking lots.

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Top Ten Lost Treasures of the World

Top Ten Lost Treasures of the World

A person could be made wealthy in a matter of seconds if they were to find even one of the greatest lost treasures of all time. Check out what we feel are the top ten lost ...

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The Sudarium of Oviedo

The Sudarium of Oviedo

Some contend that the Sudarium of Oviedo was the piece of cloth that was wrapped around Jesus’ head as he lay in the tomb or while he was dead on the cross.

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The Holy Grail

The Holy Grail

Where is the Holy Grail? Theories suggest the current location of the Grail is at Fort Knox, Kentucky. However, these other locations seem more probable.

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The Mysteries of Silbury Hill

The Mysteries of Silbury Hill

Silbury Hill is a man-made hill in Wiltshire County, England. It is part of a landscape that boasts the Roman Road, Stonehenge and other feats of man.

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Historic Mysteries