Discover the banquet hall protocol Mochica culture in Huaca Limón

A team of Peruvian archaeologists discovered in the Huaca Limón de Ucupe, located in the Zaña valley, Chiclayo province, Lambayeque region, a ceremonial banquet room of the Mochica culture -decorated with mural paintings, representing marine scenes- where two thrones are located staggered that would have served as seats for elite…

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Robot finds ancient urn in the depths of Japan’s largest lake

A robot has managed to photograph an ancient urn almost intact in the bottom of the largest freshwater lake in Japan, according to the Japanese national newspaper Asahi Shimbun. During the last century, several ceramic pieces have been recovered representing a great variety in the timeline of Lake Biwako in…

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Robot finds ancient urn in the depths of Japan’s largest lake

A robot has managed to photograph an ancient urn almost intact in the bottom of the largest freshwater lake in Japan, according to the Japanese national newspaper Asahi Shimbun. During the last century, several ceramic pieces have been recovered representing a great variety in the timeline of Lake Biwako in…

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They discover a 4,000-year-old military network in northern Syria (Fr)

The analysis of aerial and satellite images has revealed a large structured network of surveillance and communication. The exceptionally large structure consists of a complex of forts, forts, towers and enclosures, along the relief that dominates the steppe of central Syria and protects the settlements and their territories. The fortresses…

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Rocks carved in the Stone Age discovered in Bornholm, Denmark (ENG)

The small stones are covered with designs carved by people of the Stone Age 5,000 years ago. The approximately 300 stones and fragments gained their name because of their round shape and circular sizes on their surface, which seem to radiate from the center. They include square stones carved with…

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They find more than 1,000 Roman seals with representations of gods

More than 1,000 pieces used in Roman times to seal documents have been discovered in ancient Doliche, in southern Turkey, by a team of researchers from the University of Münster (Germany). These pieces of the municipal archive of the ancient Doliche “shed light on the local Greco-Roman pantheon, from Zeus…

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A treasure trove of rock art appears on a small Indonesian island

A small island in Indonesia, previously unexplored by archaeologists, has been unusually rich in ancient cave paintings following a study by the Australian National University. The team discovered a total of 28 rock art sites dating back at least 2,500 years ago on the island of Kisar, which measures just…

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