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German archaeologists discovered the tomb of the Mayan Prince

Prince tombThe tomb containing the remains of Mayan Queen Kalomte cable discovered by archaeologists in excavations in the Guatemalan department of Petén, transmit Latin American media.

One of the authors finds archaeologist David Frayldel said that this is the first ruler belonged to the highest aristocracy of the Maya, whose name has been precisely set. He said the opening of the tomb of the most important in his 43-year career-related excavation in Guatemala, Mexico and Belize. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on December 25, 2014 in Historical

 

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Open a third room in the tomb of the times of Alexander the Great in Greece

AlexanderThe construction is careful one of the most important discoveries in Greek archeology in recent years, and the local media are in conflict about who can be buried in the tomb. Archaeologists have penetrated into the third chamber in the tomb on the hill Caste in Amphipolis 104 kilometers east of Thessaloniki, Greece.

This building dates from the time of Alexander the Great, and, according to experts, was built by the chief architect – Dinocrates. Excavations conducted by a team of archaeologists led by Catherine Peristeri Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on September 19, 2014 in Historical

 

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Egyptian discovered the tomb of an unknown pharaoh

Ancient pharaohAmerican and Egyptian archaeologists believe they have found the sarcophagus still unknown pharaoh who ruled 3,600 years ago, the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities announced.

Senebkaya tomb was found in Abydos, one of the oldest cities and religious centers of ancient Egyptian state about 500 kilometers south of Cairo, a group of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, reports Reuters.First, scientists have read the name of Pharaoh, the king’s plate engraved oval. Photographs taken by archaeologists, is seen badly damaged sarcophagus in the burial room without a roof. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on January 17, 2014 in Historical, Mysterious

 

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Discovered the tomb of an ancient Egyptian brewer

Ancient EgyptianOn the west bank of the Nile found striking in its loveliness of the ancient Egyptian burial brewer. As reported by Japanese archaeologists, drawings on the walls depict scenes of worship of the gods and daily life, which happened 3000 years ago.

They tomb belonged Khonso Im-Heb, who headed the barns and supervised the production of beer for ritual ceremonies in honor of the Egyptian mother goddess Mut . In December 2007, Japanese archaeologists led by Jiro Kondo from Tokyo’s Waseda University began excavations at El Khokha far away from the necropolis in the Valley of the Kings. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on January 7, 2014 in Historical, miracles

 

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Most famous mysteries of the tomb of Tutankhamun

TutankhamunThere is a legend of the curse of Tutankhamen tomb. With the series of deaths linked tomb few researchers who have studied the burial. Interest in this press actively warmed in subsequent years.

First of Lord Carnarvon died researchers who financed the excavation. He died almost exactly five months after the discovery of the tomb of April 5, 1923. It was reported that he died in a Cairo hotel Continental from pneumonia, but almost immediately there were versions that connect his death with the curse of the tomb. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on December 21, 2013 in Historical, Mysterious

 

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Archaeologists found the tomb of a legend

TombArchaeologists found the tomb of legend.  In carrying out excavations by archaeologists had discovered the tomb of Shangguan Wan.  This woman for several centuries was something of a legend, was considered the most influential women.

Shangguan lived at a time when the wheel of government the country was the Tang Dynasty.  For a long time the woman was a confidant of the Chinese Empress Wu Tse Tien something like a modern Prime Ministers.

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Posted by on October 7, 2013 in Earth, Historical, Mysterious

 

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The sarcophagus of a looted tomb

TombOne of the most important tasks of magicians in ancient Egypt was to guard the secrets and the rest of their former masters, and patrons after their

Transition to another world.
And they do an excellent job with this task as in life and after death.
There is abundant evidence that in ancient times the fate of retribution robbers and defilers of tombs of noble Egyptians. It is widely known about the sudden and mysterious death of many of those who took part in the opening and research famous tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun.
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Posted by on November 14, 2012 in civilization, Human, Mysterious

 

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The tomb of the ancient Egyptian princess

princessThe tomb of the ancient Egyptian princess, carved into the rock and surrounded by the graves of four high court.

structure dates back to around 2500 BC. e., that is, the second half of the Fifth Dynasty. So archaeologists puzzled that the princess was buried in the southern part of the necropolis of Abusir of dead netsarskih blood. Most relatives of the Fifth Dynasty rulers put to rest, 2 km to the north, in the center of Abusir, or even further south, in Saqqara .
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Posted by on November 10, 2012 in civilization, Historical, Human, Mysterious

 

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Archaeologists have unearthed the tomb of the Mayan Prince

Mayan PrinceGerman archaeologists from the University of Bonn have exposed the tomb of the Mayan prince.

Excavations were accepted out in the antique city Uksul, which is positioned on the Yucatan Peninsula. The works are carried out there since 2011. The topic of interest of scientists from the University of Bonn was a royal the palace, located outer surface the main palace complex. Their scopes are 120 by 130 meters and it consisted of at least seven buildings connected by courtyards.
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Posted by on August 4, 2012 in civilization, Historical, Mysterious

 

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Peru found an ancient tomb with skeletons

ancient tombArchaeologists from the University of Belgium in Peru have unearthed an ancient tomb. Near the mass grave was discovered 70 skeletons. A unique discovery was made in the town of Pachacamac, located 32 km south of Lima.

By assumption, the experts, the tomb was created around 1000’s. our era. The length of the tomb – about 20 meters, making it the largest burial of those that are found today in the region.
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