/Tag: archeology

Discovered in China Luxury Baths 2000 Years ago

By | 2018-01-03T14:15:18+00:00 January 3rd, 2018|Great Civilizations, News|

A detail of the luxurious bathrooms millennial unearthed in China Apparently not only the Romans, in ancient times, They could be said to be masters of sewage and sanitation systems, since a recent archaeological discovery shows how well east of the world, from this point of view, if they cavassero pretty well. Just over a month ago, [...]

Bologna: Rediscovered Medieval Jewish Cemetery

By | 2017-12-19T01:53:38+00:00 December 19th, 2017|Middle Ages, News|

Part of the Jewish cemetery found in Bologna An important archaeological discovery and certainly unexpected has most recently Bologna, where it has been brought to light the town Jewish cemetery, which, with its 408 burials, till now, the largest in Italy. After being approximately 200 years the appointed place interment of Jews [...]

Exceptional Discovery in Egypt: un'Altra Secret Room in the Pyramid of Cheops

By | 2017-11-12T00:21:29+00:00 November 12th, 2017|Great Civilizations, News, Ancient history|

Playing in 3D cavities of the mysterious recently discovered inside the pyramid of Cheops After millennia of their building, the pyramids of Egypt have not yet ceased to unravel their mysteries and who knows if it ever will. The latest discovery is the largest of the Giza pyramids, that of Cheops, which was [...]

Populonia (At the): Total Remains of a Young Slave

By | 2016-12-21T23:28:20+00:00 December 21st, 2016|News|

The remains of the young man, probably a slave, recently discovered in Populonia (at the) On the beach of the Gulf of Baratti to Populonia, in the province of Livorno, They were discovered a few weeks ago, during archaeological excavations undertaken by time, human remains that seem to belong to a young slave who probably lived between the sixth [...]

The Etruscans Bravi Dentists

By | 2016-06-09T00:15:43+00:00 June 9th, 2016|Great Civilizations, Ancient history|

"Ponte" says dental Etruscan era. The Etruscans were skilled dentists The Etruscan civilization was one of the most advanced of antiquity and also in dentistry these people fared very well. We can see by archaeological findings, in particular from burials, who have returned skulls fitted with dentures and bridges in those days [...]

Where do you find the church where he married Pocahontas?

By | 2016-05-19T02:47:47+00:00 May 19th, 2016|Anecdotes and curiosities, Events Characters Politics, Modern history|

Pocahontas in a depiction The beautiful Indian princess Pocahontas celebrated film, songs, books and, recently, from the animated Disney masterpiece, that has made it so popular here too, she married tobacco farmer John Rolfe in the distant 1614. For a long time you were asked where he was the church in which they were [...]

Ancient Rome: Find Pans Recommended by Apicius

By | 2016-03-19T00:44:55+00:00 March 19th, 2016|News|

Remains of one of the pans found at Cuma A curious discovery has focused recently Cuma (Naples), where a team of archaeologists has unearthed the remains of pots used by the chefs of the time. Do not, however any pans, but those prestigious manufactured right in that area and also recommended by the great "chef" Apicio (The century [...]

found a (Particular) Leg Prostheses 2200 Years ago

By | 2016-02-18T19:15:31+00:00 February 18th, 2016|News|

The prosthesis with horseshoe dating from about 2200 years ago recently discovered in China A curious discovery has focused recently Turpan, a resort in Northwest China, where in an ancient cemetery the remains of a leg prosthesis characterized by the peculiarity of finish were found with a socket [...]

Find lamps “eater” of 2000 Years ago

By | 2016-01-19T19:40:47+00:00 January 19th, 2016|News|

The ancient lamps "eater" The recently discovered in China-eating lamps to make the clean and healthy air are far from a modern invention, because they were already used at least 2000 Years ago. To prove unequivocally is the recent discovery in an ancient cemetery of the Western Han Dynasty (221-206 a.C.) in China [...]