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Ancient carved 'drums' give exact Stonehenge measurements, say archaeologists

Ancient carved 'drums' give exact Stonehenge measurements, say archaeologists

A set of highly decorated chalk cylinders, carved in Britain more than 4,000 years ago and known as the Folkton drums, could be ancient replicas of measuring devices used for laying out prehistoric
Customs letter about long-lost suitcase leads to artifacts from desert with early 'Jesus' painting

Customs letter about long-lost suitcase leads to artifacts from desert with early 'Jesus' painting

The ancient desert village of Shivta in southern Israel made headlines when archaeologists discovered a wall painting there that is thought to show the baptism of Jesus Christ , the earliest
Maya artifacts used in ritual sacrifices discovered at the bottom of sacred lake

Maya artifacts used in ritual sacrifices discovered at the bottom of sacred lake

A team of Polish archaeologists diving in a possibly sacred lake in northern Guatemala has recovered hundreds of Maya artifacts, including ceremonial bowls and obsidian blades that may have been used