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The Dilophosaurus is a carnivorous dinosaur that lived around 193 million years ago.
Published by Travis Burdick 79 months ago in Archaeology | +2 votes | 1 comments
While the T-Rex was neither the largest predator nor the largest dinosaur, they are the biggest in popularity. 
Published by Travis Burdick 79 months ago in Archaeology | +3 votes | 0 comments
Everything about Caral proves Carniero's warfare theory and social stratification leading to any conflicts, null and void.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 79 months ago in Archaeology | +10 votes | 7 comments
The three-age system of Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age is a method of categorizing prehistoric periods according to tool technology.
Published by Terrie Schultz 79 months ago in Archaeology | +9 votes | 3 comments
Geopolymers are a type of concrete that was apparently used in the construction of the pyramids of Egypt that is denied by Zahu Hawass the Chief of Antiquities in Egypt.
Published by John Carter 79 months ago in Archaeology | +8 votes | 4 comments
The Deinonychus was the perfect predator who became prey to time and extinction.
Published by Travis Burdick 80 months ago in Archaeology | +4 votes | 3 comments
And then it happened. From outside this solar system, from somewhere in space an intruder appeared that would end up influencing the sculpting of this solar system irreversibly. The name of this intruding planet would be Nibiru in the original Sumerian, however the Babylonians later renamed this planet Marduk in honor of their god Marduk.
Published by Inforead 81 months ago in Archaeology | +2 votes | 0 comments
The Rosetta Stone triggered much of our understanding of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphics.
Published by Inforead 81 months ago in Archaeology | +1 votes | 0 comments
Ancient teeth uncovered in Israel may be from early man. The 400,000 year old teeth, dug up in a cave in central Israel, resemble those of other Homo sapiens remains found in Israel. But not eveyone agees they are from Homo sapiens.
Published by Joel Howald 81 months ago in Archaeology | +5 votes | 0 comments
Though far less renowned than the famous Rosetta Stone, the Palermo Stone is no less significant, and in fact, reveals far more than its more celebrated stone cousin.
Published by James R. Coffey 82 months ago in Archaeology | +13 votes | 6 comments
While modern theorists have designed several engineering scenarios to explain how the Egyptians may have accomplished such incredible feats as the construction of the pyramids and the Great Sphinx, for example, other accomplishments remain within the realm of, “How could they possibly have conceived and accomplished that?” Case in point, the so-called “Schist Disk.”
Published by James R. Coffey 82 months ago in Archaeology | +11 votes | 25 comments
At an elevation of about 490 feet above sea level at the base, this unique pyramid is attributed to the funerary complex of Djedefre (2528–2520 BCE), the third ruler of ancient Egypt\\\\\\\'s 4th Dynasty, having been build not on flat terrain on the bank of the Nile River as with most pyramids, but atop an escarpment on the plateau of Gaa.
Published by James R. Coffey 82 months ago in Archaeology | +7 votes | 3 comments
This article deals primarily with giving the reader an introduction to biblical archeology and how it was instrumental to helping followers of the Bible to prove its historical background and thus strengthen its claims.
Published by Katherine Johnson 82 months ago in Archaeology | +7 votes | 3 comments
This article explains the actual dating techniques used by Archeologists, while this is not an complete list, it gives you a idea of the many dating techniques available today
Published by Katherine Johnson 82 months ago in Archaeology | +2 votes | 2 comments
This article explains why dating techniques are important to the study of Archeology. It includes some of the different dating techniques used in archeology today.
Published by Katherine Johnson 82 months ago in Archaeology | +5 votes | 2 comments
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