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While the Bible favors Israel's southern kingdom, Judah, over the northern kingdom, Samaria, King Solomon's story may have its basis in the story of the Samarian King Ahab. If so, then a member Ahab's family may have played a major role in the writing of the story of King David.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 89 months ago in Archaeology | +4 votes | 5 comments
All about Goblin Sharks. Goblin Sharks one of the ugliest animals on the planet.
Published by Rae Morvay 90 months ago in Archaeology | +12 votes | 4 comments
The Titanoboa is an extinct snake. It is the largest snake to ever exist on this planet.
Published by Travis Burdick 90 months ago in Archaeology | +6 votes | 0 comments
Diana, Goddess of Italians not Greeks.
Published by Nora K Anthony 90 months ago in Archaeology | +5 votes | 1 comments
biblical archaeology is the scientific study of historic remains, records, ruins, and cold hard proof of the things religion claims to have once existed
Published by Mark 90 months ago in Archaeology | +2 votes | 0 comments
Adena occupation of North American and establishment of ritual behavior.
Published by James R. Coffey 90 months ago in Archaeology | +3 votes | 1 comments
Homo sapiens are the products of millions of years of evolution and our immediate circumstances. So how did bipedalism and big heads affect them?
Published by Lauren Axelrod 91 months ago in Archaeology | +21 votes | 7 comments
The Chateau Grimaldi, constructed during the 12th century, acted as a fortress and was raised on the foundations of what was once the Greek town of Antipolis. The Chateau Grimaldi later became the residence of the Bishops of Antibes and studio of Pablo Picasso.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 93 months ago in Archaeology | +13 votes | 4 comments
The ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu, high in the Peruvian Andes has inspired generations with its mystery and beauty. It is, today, one of the most visited sites in South America (400,000+ visitors a year), and rightfully sits alongside such other world treasures as the Great Wall of China and Taj Mahal. But unlike those sites, Machu Picchu was lost to the outside world in the mists of time, only to be rediscovered barely a hundred years ago, on July 24, 1911 by the American explorer Hiram B...
Published by Mark Spence 93 months ago in Archaeology | +2 votes | 0 comments
Kerameikos is an area of Athens, Greece, located to the northwest of Acropolis, which includes area both within and outside the city walls, on both sides of Dipylon Gate and the river banks of Eridanos River. It was also the site of an important cemetery and numerous funerary sculptures erected along the road out of the city.
Published by Ron Siojo 94 months ago in Archaeology | +15 votes | 9 comments
“Where have we come from? Where are we going? What is the meaning of our lives? We cannot comprehend. So many pure souls under the blue circle of sky Burnt into ashes! But tell me, where is the smoke?”
Published by Colin Dovey 95 months ago in Archaeology | +12 votes | 11 comments
A mystery in the world of archeology, these fantastic monolithic sculptures made by human hands represent the amazing skills of the early artisans of Costa Rica.
Published by Alma Galvez 97 months ago in Archaeology | +19 votes | 17 comments
Are Coprolites fossil dung? How were they used for making munitions.
Published by Dr. Johnson C Philip 98 months ago in Archaeology | +6 votes | 3 comments
All it takes is a dated coin to date a whole archaeological site.
Published by Louie Jerome 104 months ago in Archaeology | +6 votes | 2 comments
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