“Little Castle” Unearths Erroneous Iteration of the ‘Prayer of David’ in West Bank

In a monastery located 11 miles (17 kilometers) southeast of Jerusalem in the West Bank, a remarkable discovery has been made—a 1,500-year-old text fragment that records a portion of Psalm 86, also known as “A prayer of David.” This ancient text, inscribed in Koine Greek, a language commonly used in early New Testament copies, was

Discovery of 8 Ancient Mummies and Artifacts Beneath Lima’s Streets Reveals Pre-Inca History in Peru

During the installation of new gas lines beneath Lima’s bustling streets in Peru, utility workers made an unexpected discovery—a treasure trove of archaeological wonders. Among their findings were eight mummies from a pre-Inca culture, along with a trove of accompanying artifacts. The mummies, buried in a seated position, were enshrouded in cotton funeral wrappings secured

Enigmatic Life-Size Camel Sculptures Unearthed in the Saudi Arabian Desert, Showcasing Exquisite Craftsmanship

A cluster of carvings featuring depictions of camels has been meticulously documented by archaeologists on a rocky outcrop situated near the southern border of Saudi Arabia’s Nafud desert. These monumental artworks portray a dozen life-sized wild camels, a species that once roamed this region of the Arabian Peninsula thousands of years ago and remains unnamed

‘Exceptionally Rare’ Iron Age Arrow with Quartzite Tip Discovered in Melting Ice After 3,500 Years

In the mountainous regions of Norway, archaeologists have made an extraordinary discovery – a remarkably rare ancient arrow that retains its original quartzite arrowhead and feather fletching, providing valuable insights into the hunting practices of reindeer hunters dating back approximately 3,500 years. Leading the Secrets of the Ice project in Norway’s Oppland region, archaeologist Lars

Royal Power Struggle Unearthed in 1,400-Year-Old Chinese Emperor’s Tomb: Insights into Sibling Rivalry and Warlord Influence

The recently discovered tomb, dating back 1,400 years, sheds light on a historical power struggle among Chinese royal siblings and a warlord, a narrative previously known solely through historical texts. As reported by the official Chinese news agency Xinhua, archaeologists made this significant find near the city of Xianyang in Shaanxi province, approximately 560 miles

Ancient Clay Tablet in Turkey Unveils Ritual Text from Lost Indo-European Language

In a remarkable archaeological discovery, researchers have stumbled upon the remnants of a language that has been silent for over three millennia. This ancient tongue has been found inscribed on a weathered clay tablet, recently unearthed during excavations at Boğazköy-Hattuşa in the north-central region of Turkey. Boğazköy-Hattuşa, once the illustrious capital of the Hittite civilization

Unique Hexagonal ‘Pyramid’ from the Bronze Age Unearthed in the Eurasian Steppe

In Kazakhstan, a team of archaeologists has recently unearthed a remarkable hexagon-shaped structure dating back 3,800 years, which they’re referring to as a “pyramid.” Though not towering like the renowned monuments in Egypt, it currently stands at a height of approximately 10 feet (3 meters) and is believed to have functioned as an elite burial

Landslide Unearths Exquisitely Adorned Gold Necklaces Dating Back 2,500 Years in Spain

Two opulently adorned gold necklaces, believed to have been interred in a hoard approximately 2,500 years ago, recently emerged from the depths of history following a landslide in northern Spain. The initial discovery of the first of these C-shaped necklaces was made by Sergio Narciandi, an employee of a water supply company assigned to locate

UK Metal Detectorist Unearths Two Exceptionally Rare Roman Cavalry Swords Dating Back 1,800 Years

In the North Cotswolds, England, a metal detector enthusiast unearthed a remarkable discovery – two well-preserved Roman cavalry swords, each dating back 1,800 years. Glenn Manning made this astonishing find during a metal detector rally held in March, as reported by BBC News. Archaeologists quickly identified these weapons as spatha swords, characterized by their long,