These ancient underwater structures were discovered by chance in 1986 by Kihachiro Aratake, who was diving to observe sharks in Japan.
Month: January 2023
Around Hadrian’s wall, archaeologists excavating in Carlisle, England, found 2,000-year-old engraved gems.
In Rome, Italy, sewer works led to the discovery of a life-sized marble statue that was considered to be Hercules in antiquity.
In the Cueva Des Cubierta cave in Spain, a large number of animal skulls placed by Neanderthals were found.
The discovery of a iron sword and a shield-shaped bronze mirror by archaeologists in this ancient kofun burial mound is a first for Japan.
In Germany, scientists found a new kind of dinosaur(pterosaur) with more than 400 teeth that ate similarly to ducks and flamingos.
Archaeologists excavating in the historic city of Luxor have discovered a residential city going back to Roman administration in Egypt
According to a recent research, the replica sword, which was manufactured roughly 3,000 years ago, is real.
Scientists discovered fossil of a flower blooming in amber: a nearly 40 million year old flower. The largest fossilized flower that has ever been found.
The faded battling figures, colorful murals were discovered by archaeologists digging a tomb complex in San Pedro Nexicho. San Pedro Nexicho is located in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, approximately 305 miles southeast of Mexico City.