10-th October in Henan Province (Central China), was found a mummy. The burial founded by local workers on a two-meter depth of one of the construction sites. Baffled Chinese archaeologists are studying a 300 year-old coffin found with two others in which two of the bodies had been reduced to skeletons.
At the bottom of the Black Sea archaeological divers discovered a mysterious tower. Yes, you have heard right! The tower is located off the southern coast of the Crimea in the underwater city of Acre. The tower is located off the southern coast of the Crimea in the underwater city of Acre.
In Kiev in Sofia museum began a reconnaissance archaeological work for the future large-scale excavation. The task of scientists to determine the boundaries of the Cathedral XI century, to explore surface, the power of cultural backgrounds, to make stratigraphy of the area.
During excavations at the foot of the Temple Mount, which were conducted this summer, Hebrew University of Jerusalem archaeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar discovered two bundles of treasure containing 36 gold coins, gold and silver jewelry, and a gold medallion with the menorahб Temple candelabrum symbol etched into it.
During this month a group of Hungarian researchers will publish a report on the whereabouts of Suleiman the Magnificent's heart.
Once in one of the areas in Turkey, in the southeastern province of Kilis, Archaeologists trumpet the great discovery of a lost city of a Bronze Age that contains evidence that Prophet Abraham was once one of its residents. The words of Professor University of the Republic of Turkey leads by Hurriyet Daily News.
Scientists leading excavations at the place of residence of the aristocrats discovered an unusual find, by the way, the first in Bulgaria - a special ring of death of 14th century BC.
In the 21st century it is difficult to imagine the work of a major archaeological expedition without the use of specialized search equipment...
Despite the fact that the history of this holiday is not associated with any developments and discoveries, and the holiday itself is neither a state nor national, archaeologists around the world mark their professional holiday on August 15.