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Observation of Haley’s Comet, recorded in Cuneiform on a clay tablet between 22-28 September 164 BCE, Babylon, Iraq. British Museum, London. BM 41462

Observation of Haley’s Comet, recorded in Cuneiform on a clay tablet between 22-28 September 164 BCE, Babylon, Iraq. British Museum, London. BM 41462

Shroud of Turin   The shroud of Turin is a linen cloth bearing the image of a man who had apparently died of crucifixion. Most Catholics consider it to be the burial shroud of Jesus Christ. It is currently held in the Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. Despite many scientific investigations, no one has yet been able to explain how the image has been imprinted on the shroud and despite many attempts, no one has managed to replicate it. Radiocarbon tests date it to th...

Shroud of Turin The shroud of Turin is a linen cloth bearing the image of a man who had apparently died of crucifixion. Most Catholics consider it to be the burial shroud of Jesus Christ. It is currently held in the Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. Despite many scientific investigations, no one has yet been able to explain how the image has been imprinted on the shroud and despite many attempts, no one has managed to replicate it. Radiocarbon tests date it to th...

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The Most Extensive Record of Ancient Egyptian Medicine (Circa 1,550 BCE) : From Cave Paintings to the Internet

The Most Extensive Record of Ancient Egyptian Medicine (Circa 1,550 BCE) : From Cave Paintings to the Internet

2,000 year old Mikveh found.  It conforms to all of the jewish laws of a ritual bath; collecting the water naturally without human contact, ensuring it does not seep into the earth, which is why the bath was treated with a special kind of plaster. It has a unique water supply system. Rainwater collected in  three basins cut into the roof of the bath, and sent into an underground immersion chamber through channels. The bath is associated with a settlement of the Second Temple period in…

2,000-Year-Old Ritual Bath Found in Jerusalem

2,000 year old Mikveh found. It conforms to all of the jewish laws of a ritual bath; collecting the water naturally without human contact, ensuring it does not seep into the earth, which is why the bath was treated with a special kind of plaster. It has a unique water supply system. Rainwater collected in three basins cut into the roof of the bath, and sent into an underground immersion chamber through channels. The bath is associated with a settlement of the Second Temple period in…

Archaeology, Geology - Shorties: 3.7 million year old Australopithecus footprints show ‘human walking’ began much earlier than believed. ... (Tanzania, Garden of Eden, makes sense to find these prints here.)

Archaeology, Geology - Shorties: 3.7 million year old Australopithecus footprints show ‘human walking’ began much earlier than believed. ... (Tanzania, Garden of Eden, makes sense to find these prints here.)

The Only Ancient Egyptian Document that Mentions Israel (1,209 BCE – 1,208 BCE)    The Merneptah Stele .

The Only Ancient Egyptian Document that Mentions Israel (1,209 BCE – 1,208 BCE) The Merneptah Stele .

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