A drogue (anchor) stone used in ancient shipping found in Eastern Turkey near the site of the boat-type structure. Noah's Ark perhaps? One of the many fascinating discoveries found at Noah's Ark National Park in Turkey.
A news report that stunned the world nine years ago about the discovery of possible ancient chariot wheels at the bottom of the Red Sea is suddenly gaining fresh attention with new video claiming “irrefutable evidence” that corroborates the find.
Dracorex was a pachycephalosaur from North America. The one existing specimen was a near-mature juvenile estimated to have been approximately long, and it’s likely that the full adult size wasn’t much larger than that.
The Anio Novus Aquaduct carried water miles) from Aniene River of the Appenine Mountains into Rome. Now, measuring lime deposits on the travertine, geologists and microbiologists have determined that it was 370 gallons per second.
An excavation led by Tel Aviv University (TAU) archaeologists dates mines in the south of Israel to the days of King Solomon The stratigraphy of the Slaves’ Hill, resulting from 150 years of copper production peaking in the century BCE New.
Nehemiah, given permission by Persian king, Artaxerxes I, rebuilt the walls around Jerusalem. This portion is said to have been built atop the ruined walls of King David's castle. It took only 52 days to rebuild the city walls and gates.
Ur of the Chaldees was always famous because of the Bible, but no one knew where it was until it was discovered around A ziggurat was being excavated when an inscription was found that said, “This was at Ur.