Heritage

A 4000-year-old wooden snake figurine discovered at the Finnish Neolithic site of Järvensuo 1

Recently, researchers have accidentally discovered a unique wooden snake figurine during archaeological excavations of a neolithic wetland site of Järvensuo 1, Fennoscandia, south-west Finland. Järvensuo 1 archeological site was first incidentally discovered in the 1950s. Recent excavations are conducted in 2020-21 almost after 35 years since the last one.  During current excavation, a precisely carved …

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2000 Years Old Roman Basilica Discovered on Israel’s Mediterranean Coast

Israel is in news these days for many historical and archaeological reasons. Recently researchers have discovered a Roman structure during a regular excavation in Tel Ashkelon national park area near the Mediterranean coast. According to scholars, this Roman structure is an ancient Roman basilica. The archaeologists have dated it to 2000 years old as per …

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Ancient Beads of the Necropolis of Vohemar of Northern Madagascar

Vohemar is a natural harbour and coastal town of the northern region of Madagascar. It is famous due to its archaeological heritage. The Necropolis of Vohemar comprises an archaeological and cultural significance in the history and present of the country. The literary reference of Vohemar is found in the Arab-Malagasy texts as Bimaro or Iharana. …

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Ancient Dead Sea Scrolls Are Found Again

Archaeologists have recently found small ancient biblical scroll fragments nearby the Dead Sea region. The discovery is announced by the archaeologists of the Israeli government. These types of manuscripts are found almost after 60 years of the first discovery of Dead Sea Scrolls in systemic excavations. They have also come across a mummified child. The …

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Ancient Monastery Discovered in Bahariya Oasis of Egypt

Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities of Egypt has recently announced on Twitter about the discovery of mud-brick structures belong to the 4th & 7th centuries CE in Bahariya Oasis of Egypt. The discovery was done by the joint Norwegian French Mission to Egypt. The structure was unearthed during a regular excavation by the Norwegian French …

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2,500-Year-Old Female Figurine Amulet discovered by A Boy in Negev Desert

Recently, a female figurine is discovered by a boy in the western Negev province of Israel. The body was on a holiday tour with his family in the Nahal HaBesor when he came across this ancient figurine. The boy is eleven years old and his name is Zvi Ben-David found. Archaeologically, this artifact or amulet …

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Why Udsar Village Of Rajasthan Is Not Building Second Floor from Last 700 Years

The Rajasthan state of India is known for its beautiful heritage and amazing cultural stories in the whole world. One such unique story is from the Udsar village of Rajasthan where people do not build the first floor of the homes. In the 21st century, when people are talking about the Mars and Venus missions. …

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