The discovery of giant skeletons on Catalina Island is a fascinating subject that has divided the academic community. There have been reports of skeletal remains measuring up to 9 feet in height. If these skeletons indeed belonged to giants, it could challenge our understanding of human evolution and reshape our perception of the past.
The historic decline and fall of Sumer, one of the world's earliest civilizations, was not a simple but a complex process influenced by a number of natural and man-made factors.
Throughout his adventures, Gilgamesh embarks on a quest for immortality, driven by his fear of death and desire for eternal life. But there's a heroic yet tragic story behind his quest.
In Mullumbimby, Australia, there is a prehistoric Stone Henge. Aboriginal elders say, once put back together, this sacred site can activate the world's all other sacred sites and ley lines.
From enigmatic stone circles to forgotten temples, these mystical destinations hold secrets of ancient civilizations, waiting to be discovered by the adventurous traveler.
Archaeologists have discovered a cache of Roman swords deposited in a cave in the Judean Desert.
The Tocharian Female is a Tarim Basin mummy who lived around 1,000 BC. She was tall, with a high nose and long flaxen blond hair, perfectly preserved in ponytails. The weave of her clothing appears similar to Celtic cloth. She was around 40-year-old when she died.
Found in the tomb of an ancient Mesopotamian royal couple, the unique sculpture known as the Ram in a Thicket has raised numerous questions regarding its significance and symbolism.
In approximately 800 BC, before the rise of the Aztec empire, a society in southern Mexico built this wondrous city. Who they were, however, still remains a mystery. The city remained lost for centuries, hidden by the tropical jungle, until it was quite literally stumbled upon by a government official.
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.
The Rock Wall of Texas: Is it really older than any known human civilization on Earth?
The mysterious disappearance of Bryce Laspisa: A decade of unanswered questions
Ararat anomaly: Is the southern slope of Mount Ararat the resting place of Noah’s Ark?
El Tajín: The lost city of the “Thunder” and a mysterious people