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A 3,300-year-old cylindrical clay coffin complete with the skeleton of a man buried with a gold scarab seal of Pharaoh Seti I, has been unearthed in Israel. Continue reading →
Artifacts from an early Eskimo winter village reveal how intertwined human and animal lives were at the site.
A series of barrels were apparently once used as toilets in Medieval Denmark.
The well-preserved excrement reveals that these Medieval Danish ate lots of raspberries and used moss as toilet paper. Continue reading →
In the forthcoming epic Noah, the vessel by which the biblical hero saves himself and other appears like a huge shipping container. But is that right?
An ancient stone carving on the walls of an Egyptian temple depicts the Roman emperor Claudius dressed as an Egyptian pharaoh, wearing an elaborate crown.
Box-like, round and oval are among the various shapes Noah's Ark has been depicted through history.
Scientists figure out how the bronze triggers for the crossbows of the 8,000 terra-cotta warriors were manufactured.
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