By: R.A. Scott
A quick search of the internet will show that websites that claim to show the historical proof of the bible. Various people have found Noah's Ark in various places around the mid-east. The Ark of the Covenant has purportedly been found as have so many...
The archaeological evidence of the existence of Atlantis
By: Enzo Sardellaro
Atlantis, Plato, and "The pillars of Hercules" Every now and then, Atlantis reappears from the depths of Atlantic Ocean in which Plato tells us had submerged. Some scholars and amateurs of archaeology exercised the research, often imaginative, on Atlantis. To be specific, let's set...
Who was the Amesbury Archer?
By: Will Burgers
The "Amesbury Archer" is the name given to a Bronze Age man who was discovered in a high-profile grave in Amesbury, near Stonehenge. The man's body dates from around 2300 BC, so Stonehenge would have been partially constructed during his lifetime, and he was dubbed...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Most of us have experience with Ooparts as a part of our fair going and roadside attraction experience. That gosh awful looking creature that appears to be a hybrid of something gross and something frightening has us talking for hours as we debate whether it...
Introduction to aerial archaeology
By: Marie Antonia Parsons
Aerial archaeology basically finds locations that may be suitable for further investigation by getting higher than ground-level. Balloons and kites were the first means used in the 19th century, although any method that attains a better than ground-level view might work. Leonard Wooley located tombs...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The overall purpose of archeology is to find, preserve, examine and to improve understandings about humankind's past, based on what humankind has left behind. In understanding the past, there are several benefits that result: our never ending desire to know more, our fascination with anything...
Why is mythology important when studying history and archaeology?
By: Jon Dainty Sr.
Many of the ceremonial, routine, and even martial activities of a people are influenced by their beliefs and stories. These stories, once we learn them, may tell us why they buried their dead, reveal the significance of the Moon in their religious observances, and lend...
By: G E Barr
The Significance Of Archaeology Archaeology is the empirical evidence of history and it's weightiness anchors ideas in science, math, art, music and literature. While we were reading history by biblical times, archaeology is a fairly young science and it often gives us a more profound...
By: Ussama Qadri
An archaeological site that is as old as the history of agriculture itself, Jerf al Ahmar is a world renowned archaeological site that is located in Syria. It is a prehistoric treasure which is located on the bank of the Middle Euphrates. It covers a...
The most famous archaeological digs
By: Colleen Mart
Probably the most well known archaeological dig in the world would be the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt. In the first decade of the 1900s, an American business man named Theodore M. Davis found a...

 

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