Ancient Thriving Market Of Khan al-Tujjar (The Merchants’ Caravanserai) Discovered In Lower Galilee
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Conny Waters - AncientPages.com - Archaeologists unearthed traces of a thriving ancient marketplace during an excavation led by the Israel Antiquities Authority in 2014. The fair at Khan al-Tujjar. Image credit: William Henry Bartlett - Antique Prints - Public Domain In 1880, the traveler and researcher Charles Wilson painted a vivid picture of the bustling Khan al-Tujjar market ..read more
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Centeotl: Lord Of Maize Who Was Revered Before The Olmecs By All Mesoamerica’s Inhabitants
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A. Sutherland  - AncientPages.com - Domestication of wheat in Mesopotamia and rice in India and China laid the foundation for the Neolithic revolution in Europe and Asia. Centeotl – a drawing from the Borgia Codex. Image credit: Unknown -  Public Domain The domestication of maize transformed the cultural development of all subsequent American civilizations. Maize and ..read more
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Mysterious Ancient Tomb And A Strange Vanishing In France – DNA Failed To Solve The Riddle?
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Ellen Lloyd - AncientPages.com - It is time for a historical mystery today. We delve into an intriguing ancient mystery that unfolds in the heart of ancient France. It is a riveting tale involving dramatic historical events, a cryptic tomb, and a mysteriously concealed jar. The perplexing case of a sudden vanishing, coupled with the ..read more
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Look Inside The Amazing Egyptian Tomb Of Scribe Neferhotep In Luxor
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Conny Waters - AncientPages.com - The tomb of Neferhotep, a renowned scribe of Amun from the 18th Dynasty, during the reign of Pharaoh Ay (1327-1323 BC), was finally unveiled after over twenty years of painstaking restoration work. Credit: Supreme Council of Antiquities In ancient Egypt, public education was non-existent. As a result, most Egyptians lacked ..read more
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First Complete Roman Funerary Bed Found In Britain
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Jan Bartek - AncientPages.com - During an excavation near the Holborn Viaduct in London, UK, archaeologists discovered a remarkably rare Roman funerary bed. This find, according to MOLA archaeologists, is the first complete funerary bed ever found in Britain. Roman lamp, glass vial and beads from a cremation burial. Credit: MOLA The bed was crafted ..read more
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Frightening Ancient Underground World Discovered In Tibet – Evidence Of A Lost Advanced Civilization?
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Ellen Lloyd – AncientPages.com – There is a fascinating tale of an ancient subterranean world originating from Tibet. The story, narrated by an explorer who journeyed through countless underground passages, chambers, and staircases, suggests the existence of an ancient and advanced civilization that remains undiscovered by today's historians and archaeologists. This tale has left its ..read more
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Easter Island’s Undeciphered Rongorongo Script Is Evidence Of An Independent Writing System
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Jan Bartek - AncientPages.com - Easter Island's enigmatic Rongorongo script remains undeciphered, but a new study offers evidence that it represents an independent writing system. Moai on Easter Island. Credit: Adobe Stock - modestlife Rapa Nui is famous for its many archaeological mysteries, especially the huge stone figures known as moai that have captivated both ..read more
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Did Roman Fortifications On Eastern Frontier Function As A Wall Or A Road?
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Conny Waters - AncientPages.com - During a pioneering aerial survey of the Near East in the 1920s, the Jesuit French priest Father Antoine Poidebard undertook one of the world's first aerial archaeological surveys. A sample of Poidebard's (Reference Poidebard1934) aerial photographs: A) fort at Qreiye; B) Roman fort and medieval caravanserai at Birke; C) fort at ..read more
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Callacpuma’s Megalithic Stone Circular Plaza Was Constructed Using A Technique Previously Unseen In The Andes
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Jan Bartek - AncientPages.com - The Callacpuma archaeological site, nestled in the Cajamarca basin of the northern Peruvian Andes, is renowned for its extraordinary cave paintings. These artworks, estimated to be approximately 15,000 years old, are unique in America and provide a fascinating glimpse into prehistoric times. The ancient creator of these paintings selected the ..read more
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King Geirrod Betrayed His Brother Agnar And Sent Him To Die But Justice Finally Prevailed
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A. Sutherland  - AncientPages.com - The dispute between Odin and Frigg has been provoked by their relationship with Geirrod (Geirröd) and Agnar, who were sons of King Hrauding of the Goths. Hrauding was a human king and the proud father of Geirrod and Agnar. His story is beautifully narrated in the poem Grímnismál from the Poetic ..read more
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