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Prehistoric Cave painting | 35000 years ago | Ancient Art History

The Altamira cave paintings

Prehistoric Cave painting | 35000 years ago | Ancient Art History

Incredible dental work found on a 4,000-year-old mummy. The two centre teeth are donor teeth.

Incredible dental work found on a 4,000-year-old mummy. The two centre teeth are donor teeth.

Archaeologists in England have discovered evidence of an Iron Age town underneath the remains of a Roman Settlement.  Now the team believe they have found evidence of one of Britain’s earliest Iron Age towns with a planned layout. A street-grid was found to have been in place before the Romans came in AD 43.    Archaeologists have also discovered evidence of widespread burning at the site.

Archaeologists in England have discovered evidence of an Iron Age town underneath the remains of a Roman Settlement. Now the team believe they have found evidence of one of Britain’s earliest Iron Age towns with a planned layout. A street-grid was found to have been in place before the Romans came in AD 43. Archaeologists have also discovered evidence of widespread burning at the site.

Giant Underground Stone Boxes Near The Pyramids In Egypt (+playlist) These Boxes became open to public in 2012, so you may not have seen them before.

Giant Underground Stone Boxes Near The Pyramids In Egypt (+playlist) These Boxes became open to public in 2012, so you may not have seen them before.

#UFOs #ÓVNIs Oh, whats that on the wall? Looks like a flying object, the shape, dimensions and proportions of it thoroughly consistent with modern day UFO sightings. It has a fuselage and a cockpit made of a tr…

Ancient Cave Painting – Pompeii, Italy

#UFOs #ÓVNIs Oh, whats that on the wall? Looks like a flying object, the shape, dimensions and proportions of it thoroughly consistent with modern day UFO sightings. It has a fuselage and a cockpit made of a tr…

"The vault beneath the Monument of Henry 7th and his queen in Westminster Abbey when opened 11 February, 1869, showing the remains cased in lead of James I, Henry VII, and Elizabeth of York. Drawn, at the discovery, by George Scharf."

"The vault beneath the Monument of Henry 7th and his queen in Westminster Abbey when opened 11 February, 1869, showing the remains cased in lead of James I, Henry VII, and Elizabeth of York. Drawn, at the discovery, by George Scharf."

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