The mesmerizing world of the Cosquer Cave, a hidden gem tucked beneath the depths of the sea, reveals a breathtaking array of Stone Age paintings, delicately crafted by ancient hands over 27,000 years ago.
These ancient mosaics provide a unique window into the world of cartography during the Byzantine period. The Madaba Map, in particular, stands out for its detailed and intricate depiction of the Holy Land, going beyond traditional paper cartography.
With a wingspan stretching up to a staggering 40 feet, Quetzalcoatlus holds the title for being the largest known flying animal to have ever graced our planet. Although it shared the same era with the mighty dinosaurs, Quetzalcoatlus was not a dinosaur itself.
As we descend further into the depths of the Kabayan Caves, a fascinating journey awaits – one that will unearth the astonishing secrets behind the burnt human mummies, shedding light on a haunting tale that has endured through ages untold.
Carracks Black Sword: Portuguese soldiers’ secret weapon shrouds Age of Discovery with stealth and preservation!
Portuguese soldiers used black swords in the Age of Discovery in order to not reflect the light and announce their presence on ships, avoiding also its rusting when used near salt water.
Eerie stones etched with perplexing symbols, gleaming troves of silver treasure, and ancient edifices on the brink of collapse. Are the Picts merely folklore, or an enthralling civilization hiding beneath Scotland's soil?
Archaeologists unearth ancient secrets: Sacrificed Mayan skeleton with sacred jade ring found in Mexico.
Through over 300,000 fossils and the identification of 266 species, including ten never-before-seen variations, scientists and experts have revealed a world that existed between 3 and 3.7 million years ago.
The Hongshan Culture, which flourished in Northeast China's West Liao River Basin, continues to captivate archaeologists and historians, shedding light on the rich and complex history of ancient China.
The “dead spot” in the Black Sea where scientists found exceptionally well preserved ships as old as 2,400 years
Diving deep into the mysteries of the past, discovery in the depths of the Black Sea unveiled a treasure trove of ancient shipwrecks, dating as far back as 2,400 years, with some ships so well-preserved that the chisel marks of the original builder could still be seen.