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    Gladiator Graveyard, Ephesus, Turkey The Gladiator Graveyard site is located in Ephesus, Turkey and containes the mixed remains of about 67 individuals, all of whom where under the age of 30. The gladiators who fought here were the professional athletes of ancient Roman times and they would battle each other, wild animals, or even condemned criminals for the amusement of the masses.

    Harran was a major ancient city in Upper Mesopotamia. It is famous for its traditional 'beehive' adobe houses, constructed entirely without wood. The design of these makes them cool inside (essential in this part of the world) and is thought to have been unchanged for at least 3,000 years. At the historical site the ruins of the city walls and fortifications are still in place, with one city gate standing, along with some other structures. Photo by mehmetsert75 • Instagram

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    Jarlshof - near Sumburgh, Shetland Islands, Great Britain; the Viking settlement of the Jarlshof site was hidden until a storm in the late 1800s exposed some of the remains from late Iron Age buildings (before 800 AD); built in a circular fashion around a central hub with small rooms and storage areas leading off of it.

    Gladiator Graveyard in Ephesus. Here is where the contestants were buried. It is right outside the arena.

    underwater graveyard I want to know who these people are

    Latrine at Ephesus, (Turkey). They were part of the Scholastica Baths and built in the 1C AD. They were the public toilets of the city. There was an entrance fee to use them. © Carole Raddato

    The earliest evidence of ancient dentistry we have is an amazingly detailed dental work on a mummy from ancient Egypt that archaeologists have dated to 2000 BCE.

    Ancient Roman Gladiator Mosaic, dated to the first half of the 4th century. The name of each gladiator depicted is given in inscription next to the figure, with a Ø symbol (possibly the Greek letter Θ, for θάνατος “dead”) marking the names of gladiators who died in combat.

    Cleopatra’s Kingdom, Alexandria, Egypt Lost for 1,600 years, the royal quarters of Cleopatra were discovered off the shores of Alexandria. A team of marine archaeologists, led by Frenchman, Franck Goddio, began excavating the ancient city in 1998. Historians believe the site was submerged by earthquakes and tidal waves, yet, astonishingly, several artifacts remained largely intact. Amongst the discoveries were the foundations of the palace, shipwrecks, red granite columns, and statues of the...

    Excavating the Royal Cemetery at Ur. Ur was an ancient Sumerian city-state in Mesopotamia. Located in Tell el-Muqayyar, present-day Iraq.

    Tomb of Shakespeare, Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, UK Shakespeare's tomb lies in the chancel, a privileged position bestowed upon him when he became a lay rector in 1605. Alongside his grave are those of his widow Anne and other members of his family

    Roman map of the ancient world shows the road network in the Roman Empire in the 4th century and covers Europe, parts of Asia (India) and North-Africa

    Ephesus was an ancient Greek City, and later a major Roman City. It is located in Anatolia, Turkey.

    A Grisly End : 800-year-old remains of a witch discovered in Italian graveyard...with seven nails driven through her jaw.

    Highgate Cemetery, there is something mysterious about these old cemtery's like what is the story about this person.

    MARIB. Ancient writing on stone in the Bilqis Temple ruins in the Saba Valley. One of the most famous archaeological sites in Yemen, it was once the capital of the Kingdom of Saba (Sheba).

    The library of Celsus at the Greek and Roman ruins of Ephesus, Selcuk, Turkey

    The Terrace Houses, Ephesus

    The Nazca Lines - etched into a high plateau in Peru’s Nazca Desert, a series of ancient designs stretching more than 50 miles.