Lost City of Atlantis May Have Been Found By U.S. Research Team

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Greek philosopher Plato wrote about Atlantis some 2,600 years ago, describing it as “an island situated in front of the straits which are by you called the Pillars of Hercules.”

A U.S.-led research team may have finally located the lost city of Atlantis, the legendary metropolis believed swamped by a tsunami thousands of years ago in mud flats in southern Spain.

 

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Archeologists Discover New Wooden Version of Stonehenge

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A wooden version of British prehistoric monument Stonehenge at the same site.

Archaeologists have discovered a wooden version of British prehistoric monument Stonehenge at the same site, the project’s leader.  Using radar, the archaeologists found a circular ditch less than one kilometer away from the iconic stone circle, which is thought to date back to the Neolithic period 2,000 to 4,000 years ago.

 

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1,100 Year Old Tomb Found, Could Help Explain Collapse of Mayan Civilization

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A ceramic head found in a newly discovered Mayan tomb.

Mexican archaeologists have found an 1,100-year-old tomb from the twilight of the Maya civilization that they hope may shed light on what happened to the once-glorious culture.

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Archaeologists To Study Early Use Of Navajo Smoke Signals

Archeologists To Study Early Use Of Navajo Smoke Signals

Pueblitos are small defensive sites constructed by the Navajo peoples in the northwest corner of New Mexico

Archaeologists and volunteers armed with special flares will fan out over part of the Four Corners region on Saturday to study how early Navajos could have used smoke signals to warn against invaders.

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Archeologists Unearth Unique Roman Glass Bowl At Ancient London Cemetery

Archeologists Unearth Unique Roman Glass Bowl At Ancient London Cemetary

Liz Goodman, Museum of London conservator is seen with a Roman Millefiore bowl.

Archaeologists have unearthed a Roman glass bowl, thought to be a unique find in the Western Roman Empire, at an ancient cemetery beyond the walls of the old city of London. (Pics)

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