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A model of a nearby neolithic burial site with megalithic tombs under construction. (Image: Krzysztof Gorczyca, Konin Museum)
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The earliest historical heritage and cultural identity of many Europeans is threatened – by coal. A year ago, in the forest area of Góry in Eastern Wielkopolska (Poland), a set of megalithic tombs were discovered.

A model of a nearby neolithic burial site with megalithic tombs under construction. (Image: Krzysztof Gorczyca, Konin Museum)

A model of a nearby neolithic burial site with megalithic tombs under construction. (Image: Krzysztof Gorczyca, Konin Museum)

Ancient Polish Megaliths Versus Open-pit Mine? A Question of Coal Verses Cultural Heritage

A model of a nearby neolithic burial site with megalithic tombs under construction.

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'Ancient Alien' Theory Course Now Available At The Eastern Washington University

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A Neolithic burial site built 1,000 years before Stonehenge.
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A Neolithic burial site built 1,000 years before Stonehenge.

A Neolithic burial site built 1,000 years before Stonehenge.
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The Inghirami Tomb from the Ulimeto necropolis, in use from the early second century to the mid-first century BCE.
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Volterra, known to the ancient Etruscans as Velathri, and to the Romans as Volaterrae. Interior of an Etruscan tomb

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The Inghirami Tomb from the Ulimeto necropolis, in use from the early second century to the mid-first century BCE.

The Inghirami Tomb from the Ulimeto necropolis, in use from the early second century to the mid-first century BCE.
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The Giants Tomb of Coddu Vecchiu, Arzachena, Sardinia, Italy
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Discovered: The Great Wall of Siberia Dating to 1st millennium BC
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The wall measured eight meters tall and ten meters wide.

Two-thousand-year-old 'Great Wall of Siberia' discovered by archaeologists

Giant ramparts guarded Altai Mountains against attack from the north, says leading archaeologist Professor Andrey Borodovsky. The wall complex - now almost hidden to the naked eye - is believed to date from a long era that also saw such.

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Discovered: The Great Wall of Siberia Dating to 1st millennium BC
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Though the Islamic State group (Daesh) recently plundered and wrecked a few ancient Assyrian cities, fighters recently successfully defended Erbil in Iraq, known long ago as Arbela. In that city, construction workers uncovered a tomb containing two skeletons in three ceramic sarcophagi and another eight skeletons scattered nearby.
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Mass grave found in Iraqi city previously held by Daesh

Though the Islamic State group (Daesh) recently plundered and wrecked a few ancient Assyrian cities, fighters recently successfully defended Erbil in Iraq, known long ago as Arbela. In that city, construction workers uncovered a tomb containing two skeletons in three ceramic sarcophagi and another eight skeletons scattered nearby.

Though the Islamic State group (Daesh) recently plundered and wrecked a few ancient Assyrian cities, fighters recently successfully defended Erbil in Iraq, known long ago as Arbela. In that city, construction workers uncovered a tomb containing two skeletons in three ceramic sarcophagi and another eight skeletons scattered nearby.

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Did Ancient #Aliens Impart Advanced Astronomical #Knowledge to the #Dogon Tribe?

Did Ancient Aliens Impart Advanced Astronomical Knowledge to the Dogon Tribe?

Gardeła L. (2013) 'Warrior-women' in Viking Age Scandinavia? A preliminary archaeological study, Analecta Archaeologica Ressoviensia 8, 273-339. | Leszek Gardela - Academia.edu

Gardeła L. (2013) 'Warrior-women' in Viking Age Scandinavia? A preliminary archaeological study, Analecta Archaeologica Ressoviensia 8, 273-339.

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Halliggye Fogou. One of the largest and best preserved of these fogou (curious underground passages) this one originally passed under the rampart of a defended Iron Age settlement.

More than a Dozen Mysterious Prehistoric Tunnels in Cornwall, England, Mystify Researchers

One of the largest and best preserved of these fogou (curious underground passages) this one originally passed under the rampart of a defended Iron Age settlement.

A mysterious collection of nearly 100 manuscripts have been discovered in an Afghan Cave. An analysis of the texts revealed that they were owned by a Jewish family that lived along the ancient Silk Ro

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Top image: Archaeologists looking at aerial photography found what they thought to be a hidden long barrow, or Neolithic burial chamber, hidden beneath a wheat field.

No Bones Provides a New Perspective for ‘House of the Dead’

Top image: Archaeologists looking at aerial photography found what they thought to be a hidden long barrow, or Neolithic burial chamber, hidden beneath a wheat field.

Archaeologist Ivan Sprajc led an international team of experts to study the just discovered Mayan site.

Ruins of Maya City Discovered in Remote Jungle

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Egyptian archaeologists found a predynastic cemetery and a settlement dated to 4th millennium BC (3316 BC) located 400 metres to the south of Seti I temple in Abydos. To date, 15 large mud-brick tombs have been unearthed, some measuring up to 14mx5m. Archaeologists believe the cemetery and settlement belong to high officials and the overseers of royal tombs and mortuary structures of the kings of the First Dynasty in Abydos.

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