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They reconstruct the story of ‘Noah’, the skeleton “from the time of the Flood” found in Ur

They reconstruct the story of ‘Noah’, the skeleton “from the time of the Flood” found in Ur

An ancient skeleton preserved in a wooden box in the basement of the Penn Museum, in Philadelphia, has recovered its history thanks to the anthropologist and curator Janet Monge, who became interested in those particular remains of a total of 2,000 skeletons because she did not have any type of identification or be cataloged.

Large amount of prehistoric fossils found in Panama

Large amount of prehistoric fossils found in Panama

A team of paleontologists formed by the Smithsonian Tropical Research have found fossils of various species that lived more than 20 million years ago in Panama, such a discovery will provide data to better understand how biodiversity and geological formation have developed during the Tertiary period.

The most horrible deaths found by archaeologists

The most horrible deaths found by archaeologists

Archaeologists act as forensic detectives to determine the horrific deaths of individuals at the sites. First of all, the case of Lindow Man, a body in bog found in Lindow Moss, England in 1984, stands out. A member of the upper class, he was 25 years old when passed away. Perhaps the victim of a ritual, he was strangled between the 2nd century BC.

They discover a fort used during the American War of Independence

They discover a fort used during the American War of Independence

Archaeologists from the LAMAR institute discovered the location of the Carr Fort, a border fortification that was plunged in the Revolutionary War, attacked on February 10, 1779. Six investigators conducted a month-long search on a piece of land that extended for 2,700 hectares, located in the forest of the Beaverdam creek basin.

They discover part of the original decoration of San Lorenzo in Sahagún

They discover part of the original decoration of San Lorenzo in Sahagún

During the rehabilitation of the Church of San Lorenzo in Sahagún (León), several plasterwork appeared, possibly forming part of the initial decoration. It is a building that was built in the 13th century in a Mozarabic style with geometric figures and in the heart of the city. The appearance of plasterwork enriches the church both in terms of tourism and heritage.

They discover a palace and impressive funerary equipment from the Bronze Age in Murcia

They discover a palace and impressive funerary equipment from the Bronze Age in Murcia

Informa Agencia SINC.A team of archaeologists from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) has made important discoveries in La Almoloya, a site located in Pliego (Murcia), cradle of the society of «El Argar», which inhabited the southeast of the Iberian peninsula during the Bronze Age The strategic location of La Almoloya favored its occupation for more than six centuries (between 2.