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UFO's in Ancient ART - ஜ ۩۞۩ ஜ ஜ ۩۞۩ ஜ Azulestrellla: ● archaeological objects found in Ojuelos Aztec origin of Jalisco, Mexico.

Important archaeological finds of our time. Pompeii, the ancient Roman city, buried during a volcanic eruption in 79 AD when Mount Vesuvius exploded. It was lost for nearly 1700 years...

Important archaeological finds of our time. Pompeii, the ancient Roman city, buried during a volcanic eruption in 79 AD when Mount Vesuvius exploded. It was lost for nearly 1700 years.

Frightening Archaeological Finds: 15 Odd Human Remains

The skull of the "Vampire of Venice" was found in a mass plague grave with a brick stuck in its jaw in Forensic archaeologist, Matteo Borrini, used every bit of science at his disposal to investigate this skull and the person it may have been.

The Meesha Stele (846 BC) Popularly known as the Moabite Stone, it records the revolt of Meesha, King of Moab, against Israel. This incredible stele mentions Omri, King of Israel, and David of the United Monarchy. It even refers to Yahweh, the unique name of the God of Israel! Together with the testimony from the Tel Dan Stele, we have a powerful external witness that the Bible records the true history of the kings of Israel and their interactions with foreign kings.

Archaeologists once boasted that the Bible was full of errors because no independent, historic evidence had been found to confirm the Bible’s claims. But a slew of astounding discoveries has put a damper on their boasting.

An impressive set of female gold jewels from the 5th-6th century AD has been turned in to Bulgaria’s National Museum of History in Sofia. The intriguing archaeological find has been made public by the Museum in a laconic statement which reveals no details about where and how the Late Antiquity jewels have been discovered. It … … Continue reading →

An impressive set of female gold jewels from the 5th-6th century AD has been turned in to Bulgaria’s National Museum of History in Sofia. The intriguing archaeological find has been made public by the Museum in a laconic statement which reveals no details about where and how the Late Antiquity jewels have been discovered. It … … Continue reading →

An impressive set of female gold jewels from the 5th-6th century AD has been turned in to Bulgaria’s National Museum of History in Sofia. The intriguing archaeological find has been made public by the Museum in a laconic statement which reveals no details about where and how the Late Antiquity jewels have been discovered. It … … Continue reading →

An impressive set of female gold jewels from the 5th-6th century AD has been turned in to Bulgaria’s National Museum of History in Sofia. The intriguing archaeological find has been made public by the Museum in a laconic statement which reveals no details about where and how the Late Antiquity jewels have been discovered. It … … Continue reading →

Are Abnormal Archaeological Finds Proof of Extraterrestrial Life?

Are Abnormal Archaeological Finds Proof of Extraterrestrial Life?

The Tower of David is an ancient citadel located near the Jaffa Gate entrance to the Old City of Jerusalem.  It contains important archaeological finds dating back 2,700 years.  The name "Tower of David" is due to Byzantine Christians who believed the site to be the palace of King David.  The Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem is located within the citadel.  by Ori Lubin אורי לובין http://exploretraveler.com http://exploretraveler.net

Jerusalem - The Tower of David is an ancient citadel located near the Jaffa Gate entrance to the Old City of Jerusalem. It contains important archaeological finds dating back years.

Reports of archaeological finds from Oman, a middle-eastern country on the Arabian Peninsula, are rarely in the news. But this week, archaeologists in Oman have reported the unearthing of the largest haul of Iron Age weapons in the country’s history.

Reports of archaeological finds from Oman, a middle-eastern country on the Arabian Peninsula, are rarely in the news. But this week, archaeologists in Oman have reported the unearthing of the largest haul of Iron Age weapons in the country’s history.

An impressive set of female gold jewels from the 5th-6th century AD has been turned in to Bulgaria’s National Museum of History in Sofia. The intriguing archaeological find has been made public by the Museum in a laconic statement which reveals no details about where and how the Late Antiquity jewels have been discovered. It … … Continue reading →

An impressive set of female gold jewels from the 5th-6th century AD has been turned in to Bulgaria’s National Museum of History in Sofia. The intriguing archaeological find has been made public by the Museum in a laconic statement which reveals no details about where and how the Late Antiquity jewels have been discovered. It … … Continue reading →

One of the most valuable archaeological finds discovered at Albenga is a great dish cobalt blue, found intact, made with a mold, but embellished with grinding, carving and then sanding the wheel, found in a tomb of the second century AD.

One of the most valuable archaeological finds discovered at Albenga is a great dish cobalt blue, found intact, made with a mold, but embellished with grinding, carving and then sanding the wheel. Found in a tomb of the second century AD.

The Fibula Dorestad: One of the most famous archaeological finds from the Netherlands, was found in 1969 in a well in Dorestad (Wijk bij Duurstede). The brooch is made of gold and inlaid with different colors of glass, almandine (red gemstone) and pearls along the edge. The style is that of ecclesiastical silverware Burgundian workshops from the time of Charlemagne. 800 AD

The Fibula Dorestad: One of the most famous archaeological finds from the Netherlands, was found in 1969 in a well in Dorestad (Wijk bij Duurstede). The style is that of ecclesiastical silverware Burgundian workshops from the time of Charlemagne.

REVIVALIST RING WITH HAND HOLFING A HEART. Italy, Rome, signed Castellani, c. 1860–1870. Gold and ruby.

Revivalist ring inspired by archeological finds, gold and ruby, signed Castellani, Rome circa

A major archaeological find has thrown new light on the history of ancient Iraq, and has revealed the home of the biblical Abraham. Iraq has a wealth of archaeological sites. The Four Pillars are part of an ancient Zoroastrian archaeological site near Dohuk Dam.

A major archaeological find has thrown new light on the history of ancient Iraq. Iraq has a wealth of archaeological sites. The Four Pillars are part of an ancient Zoroastrian archaeological site near Dohuk Dam.

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Historical Baroque Ring, Scalloped Band Ring, Bronze Metal Ring, Ring Size 7, Abstract Geometric Ring, Floral Womens Ring, Archaeological Finds, Antique 1700s Jewelry, Slavic Folk Jewelry, Vintage Slavic Ring, Antique Rustic Ring, Old Primitive Ring, Old Medieval Ring, Ancient

National Reaction to Archaeological Finds as Opposed to the Length of your Countrys History | Polandballs Countryballs

National Reaction to Archaeological Finds as Opposed to the Length of your Country's History

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