Greatest Archaeological Discoveries Of All Time - History Infographic #history

The Greatest Archaeological Discoveries of All Time [Infographic]

Engage with archaeology and geology in Ireland at Caherconnell Stone Fort. Delve into Ireland's ancient ring forts at Caherconnell Stone Fort today

Ancient Greek mosaic recently uncovered in Zeugma, Turkey, 2000 years old.

2,000-Year-Old Mosaics Uncovered In Turkey Before Being Lost To Flooding

Beautiful uncovered Mosaic from Greece. Zeugma (Turquia) 2000 years old Mosaic from Bri

#Ephesus is one of the greatest archaeological sites in #Turkey

The Library of Celsus, Ephesus Turkey // I still can't believe I've been there! Ancient Ephesus is my favorite place in Turkey.

Older children might enjoy creating a vertical timeline as an extension of science or the first Great Lesson.

What is the geologic time scale timeline drawing by Ray Troll. Great site for helping students understand the time scale!

The Olmecs are a mysterious culture considered by many as the Mother Civilization of Mesoamerica. Archaeological sources believe their civilization began around 1250 BC. However, there are also opinions that it is much older, and its origins date back to 3113 BC, when god Quetzalcoatl arrived to the region. While others suggest the Olmecs originally came from Africa and introduced a calendar, writing, pyramid and tomb construction, mummification, and religious traditions to the native…

The Olmecs are a mysterious culture considered by many as the Mother Civilization of Mesoamerica. Archaeological sources believe their civilization began around 1250 BC.

An archaeologist's field kit featuring our large side-spiral 373-MX notebook - everydaycarry.com

I'm an archaeologist by profession, and I spend my summers working on Maya archaeological sites in Central America.

The major find so far has been a large bronze-decorated wine cauldron, most likely made by Greek or Etruscans craftsmen

Huge tomb of Celtic prince unearthed in France

a magnificent bronze cauldron discovered inside a large burial mound, which dates from the century BC - of Greek or Etruscan origin - located near the small village of Lavau, in northwestern France.

underwater archaeology in Alexandria....    THE REMAINS OF CLEOPATRA'S ALEXANDRIAN EMPIRE! :')

Hoax: Shared as “Cleopatra’s Underwater Palace, Egypt”, this photo has in fact been taken at the Neptune Memorial Reef, in Florida, United States. This underwater mausoleum opened in some 2037 years after the end of Cleopatra’s reign.

I can't even hold a 1 f*cking second phone conversation today f*ck

I can't even hold a 1 f*cking second phone conversation today f*ck

Replace "for ritual purposes" in any archaeological article with "for funsies"

Typically, when ancient archaeological sites get some form of development, it’s a benefit. With development comes better controlled access and funds for excavation, preservation and restoration. But it also means a lot more visitors. There’s nothing more satisfying than arriving at an ancient treasure to find few, if any other visitors there. For that sort of exclusive experience, you have to go the extra mile.  Here are ten off-the-beaten-path archaeological sites...

10 Ancient Archaeological Sites for Your World Travel Bucket List

There& nothing more satisfying than arriving at an ancient treasure to find few, if any other visitors there. For that sort of exclusive experience, you have to go the extra mile. Here are ten off-the-beaten-path archaeological sites.

The La Tène culture was a European Iron Age culture named after the archaeological site of La Tène on the north side of Neuenburgersee in Switzerland, where a rich cache of artifacts was discovered by Hansli Kopp in 1857. La Tène culture developed and flourished during the late Iron Age (from 450 BCE to the Roman conquest in the 1st century BCE) in Belgium, eastern France, Switzerland, Austria, Southern Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary and Romania.

We're starting with the roots of the Celts, which surprisingly begin in central Europe: Hallstadt, Austria and move to La Tene, Switzerland, for the second phase in the development of Celtic society.

Lives in Ruins: Archaeologists and the Seductive Lure of Human Rubble by Marilyn Johnson

Congratulations to Lisa Murray , winner of last week’s Friday Freebie contest: The Miracle Girl by Andrew Roe. This week’s book giveaway.

human skull HUMAN HEADHUNTING HAND CARVED | carved human skull | forensic anthropology/ surgeries/ etc. Beautiful

Tibetan engraved human skull

skulls art History bones Ancient Ancient Art tibetan keep-it-for .

Another view of the recent discovery of a 2,500-year-old Thracian tomb with an intact chariot and the remains of two horses buried in an upright position..

Another view of the recent discovery of a Thracian tomb with an intact chariot and the remains of two horses buried in an upright position.

Interior of the Treasury of Atreus (Agamemnon's Tomb) an impressive "tholos" beehive shaped tomb on the Panagitsa Hill at Mycenae an UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological Site, in the north-eastern Peloponnese

Greece, Interior of the Treasury of Atreus an impressive “tholos” beehive shaped tomb on the Panagitsa Hill at Mycenae an UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological Site, in the north-eastern Peloponnese

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