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WOOD FROM NOAH'S ARK? Researchers standing with a large piece of pitch covered petrified wood believed to be part of Noah's Ark. In Turkey, there is a site believed to be the final resting place of the Ark. Underground Scans have revealed a man made structure which lies at the bottom of Mt. Ararat. The scans detected iron rivets evenly spaced below the ground. When measured, the length of the ship MATCHES the description given in the Bible! Side to side, and front to back.

Mystery of the ancient kingdom discovered in Nepal where thousands of caves are carved 155ft off the ground An estimated 10,000 of the caves have been found in the former Kingdom of Mustang in North, Central Nepal They have either been dug into the cliffside or tunnelled from above Caves are thousands of years old but who built them and why remains a mystery

Mystery of the ancient caves in Nepal | Mail Online

A wealthy Roman woman's jewellery collection has been found during excavations at the Williams & Griffin department store in Colchester High Street. This remarkable find is thought to be one of the finest of its kind ever discovered in Britain.

otzi the iceman - Google Search

An Overlooked Art: The Art Of Tattoos - Zazen Life

BRACELET found, digging in northern Bulgaria have unearthed a 2,400-year-old Thracian tomb teeming with meticulously crafted gold jewelry and artifacts. ca. 2400 B.C.

Megalithic sites of Ireland. Interior of the Neolithic tomb at Newgrange, Co. Meath, Ireland, c. 1895

Clickable map to see Megaliths and prehistoric sites in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Knowth Megalithic Passage--The Great Mound was built over 5000 years ago--Boyne Valley, Ireland

Eightercua prehistoric stone row, Ireland

Historic Sites of Ireland: Eightercua Stone Row

Comb decorated with a human and animal head. Country of Origin: Sweden. Culture: Pre-Viking. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Statens Historiska Museum, Stockholm . Location: 18.

Viking Age carved wooden box from Dublin

Meet the Archaeologist: Breandán Ó Ríordáin | Irish Archaeology

Oldest House in Aveyron, France (Dating from the 13th Century!)

Archaeologists uncover medieval human remains outside Trinity College, Dublin

Bog bodies are kings sacrificed by Celts says expert

Bog bodies are kings sacrificed by Celts says expert

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Photographers and their most popular photos…

Medieval knight found underneath a parking lot in Edinburgh

Robert I, popularly known as Robert the Bruce, was King of Scots from 25 March 1306, until his death in 1329. He became one of Scotland's greatest kings, as well as one of the most famous warriors of his generation, eventually leading Scotland during the Wars of Scottish Independence against the Kingdom of England. He claimed the Scottish throne as a fourth great-grandson of David I, and fought successfully during his reign to regain Scotland's place as an independent nation.

Robert the Bruce - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The platform of the Baalbek temple (Beirut) was made before romans and greeks and it was made with stones that weight thousands of tons (2500 tons each) that were moved there, elevated from the ground and moved one over the other to realize the platform itself. We don't know how. Nothing in the world even TODAY could move these stones.

Baalbek im Libanon

"The massive European network of Stone Age tunnels that weaves from Scotland to Turkey "Evidence of Stone Age tunnels has been found under hundreds of Neolithic settlements all over Europe - the fact that so many have survived after 12,000 years shows the original tunnel network must have been huge."

ADORNMENT, found, digging in northern Bulgaria have unearthed a 2,400-year-old Thracian tomb teeming with meticulously crafted gold jewelry and artifacts. ca. 2400 B.C.

The "lovely" Primwaddle Twins, Mort and Harvey, circa 1929. Their mother's husband left after seeing the homely pair. Embittered to men, left alone to raise boys, she insisted they were girls, and got away with it home-schooling them for 17 years; until Mort learned otherwise. The teenagers murdered her in her sleep, strangled in chiffon, her eyes gouged out and replaced with doll eyes.

The number of Viking warrior burials in Dublin is extraordinary in the Viking world, say archaeologists. Many were buried with swords and other Viking paraphernalia. A project cataloguing these burials, which began in 1999, is nearing conclusion. It will result in the publication of Viking Graves and Grave-Goods in Ireland, an 800-page tome.

The Vikings beneath modern Dublin