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Advanced Hydraulic Engineering Made Desertified Peruvian Valleys Livable 1,500 Years Ago
Aqueducts and man-made wells built about 1,500 years ago in Peru by the Nazca people are still in ...
September 11, 2016
An Architect’s Radical New Theory About Stonehenge
"Why would you move 75 large stones just so you could dance around twice a year? If you ...
February 4, 2016
Researchers Rediscover Species of Snake Used as Weapon in Ancient Greece
Imagine you are in battle, probably scared out of your wits, and then enemy troops start flinging snakes ...
January 9, 2016
Lost Kingdom of Saguenay: Did 16th Century Canadian Natives Hoax Frenchmen?
A lost city supposedly ruled by blonde men rich with gold and jewels was part of the reason ...
October 28, 2015
2,000-Year-Old Labyrinth Uncovered in India Shows Same Pattern as Greek Maze From 1200 BC
Archaeologists have uncovered a labyrinth in India that dates back 2,000 years and has a pattern similar to ...
September 2, 2015
Underwater Discovery: 9,300-Year-Old Pillar Evidence of Advanced Society, Say Researchers
The idea of "technological primitivism" often attributed to hunter-gatherer coastal settlers must be reevaluated, say Emanuele Lodolo and ...
August 21, 2015
4,000-Year-Old Body of Teenager Near Stonehenge May Give Clues About Bronze-Age Life
The skeleton could tell us "what life was like for those who lived under the shadow of Stonehenge ...
August 8, 2015
Ancient Stone of Strength Lifted for First Time in Living Memory
Welsh strongman Mark Jeanes has succeeded in a legendary test of strength, where many have failed.
July 27, 2015
Ancient Greeks Apparently Feared Zombies so Much They Weighed Down the Dead
Some ancient Greeks feared the rising dead, some called on them for favors.
July 2, 2015
Legends Say Mysterious Women Built the Megaliths of Portugal
Prehistoric Europeans told legends about powerful, mysterious female makers of European stone tombs called dolmens and cromlechs.
June 19, 2015
Most European Men Are Descended From Just 3 Bronze-Age Warlords, New Study Reveals
The majority of European men are descended from just a few Bronze Age male ancestors, says a genetic ...
June 15, 2015
Archaeologist Attempts to Revive Lost Alcoholic Beverages From Ancient Recipes and Residues
An archaeologist working with a brewery is recreating ancient beers from around the world, from places such as ...
February 27, 2015
After Cooldown, Gun Sales Climb Amid Democrats’ Heightened Gun Control Talk
Trump Campaign Raises $3.1 Million During Public Impeachment Hearing
Kevin McCarthy Says House Democrat Told Him They Want to Switch Parties
US Senators Initiate Expedited Process to Pass Hong Kong Bill
Ken Starr, Former Clinton Prosecutor, Says Impeachment Efforts Lack a Star Witness
State Department’s Firing of Worker Over Perceived Support of Obama Was Inappropriate: OIG
Congressman’s Son Says He Was Assaulted by ‘Socialists’ on College Campus
7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Near Indonesia, Tsunami Warning Issued
Democrat Rep. Van Drew Says Impeachment Testimony Is ‘Hearsay’
Appeals Court Rules House Democrats Can Get Trump Financial Records