Monthly Archives: October 2014

Research Project: Earth Zero

Hello everyone, I’ve had this idea bouncing around in my head for quite some time on a research topic and I decided that I should put it on paper. I have included my rough draft heading and introductory paragraph and … Continue reading

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Early image of Christ found in Spain

Originally posted on Unearthed:
Archaeologists in southern Spain have made an astonishing discovery that will shed light on the arrival of Christianity in Spain. A glass plate with the earliest image of Christ found in the country. The team have…

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Discoveries at Oregon Caves may be the oldest in northern America

Originally posted on Unearthed:
Originally, the Clovis era was said to be the oldest evidence of human habitation in America. But now discoveries in a network of caves in Oregon are pointing to an earlier group who settled there, 1,000…

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Lost Kingdoms of Central America: Teotihuacan

Originally posted on These Bones Of Mine:
The Mexica, otherwise known as the Aztecs (1), called the city Teotihuacan in their Nahautl language, roughly meaning the place where time began.  Nestled in the Valley of Mexico the Pre-Colombian city of Teotihuacan is one of the…

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Oldest cave art in Asia discovered

Originally posted on Unearthed:
The cave paintings in Spain (El Castillo cave) and France (Chaveut cave) are famed as being the oldest evidence of early human art to date, but now new discoveries in Indonesia are dated to around the…

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Fossils of a 3-million year old bear found in Greece

Originally posted on Unearthed:
Ever wondered what a bear looked like 3 million years ago…? Quite similar to a bear today actually, just way way bigger. The fossils discovered in Grevena, northern Greece, reveal the prehistoric mammals heels, which are…

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Neanderthal remains found in Normandy

Originally posted on Unearthed:
In a rare discovery, the remains of a 200,000 year old Neanderthal has been discovered in Normandy, France. The bones unearthed include a humerus, ulna and radius, and have been aged as being a late adolescent…

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