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Ancient Egyptian treasures of sunken cities go on show

Ancient Egyptian treasures of sunken cities go on show

Experts working on a major development underneath the Old Royal Naval College in South London have discovered two rooms once used as part of the lavish Greenwich Palace.

Experts working on a major development underneath the Old Royal Naval College in South London have discovered two rooms once used as part of the lavish Greenwich Palace.

Section of a Roman road is discovered in pristine condition

Section of a Roman road is discovered in pristine condition

Roman Roads, Roman Britain, Roman Soldiers, Roman Empire, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Greeks, Anthropology, Mail Online

The mummy in a brightly coloured wooden sarcophagus, in a tomb dating from between 1075-664 BC, was found on the west bank of the Nile river 435 miles south of Cairo.

Millennia-old mummy belonging to servant of a royal household is found

The mummy in a brightly coloured wooden sarcophagus, in a tomb dating from between BC, was found on the west bank of the Nile river 435 miles south of Cairo.

Great Pyramid of Giza's hidden chamber is revealed | Daily Mail Online

Hidden structure found inside the Great Pyramid of Giza

The new secret room found inside Egypt's Great Pyramid has been hailed as the biggest discovery inside the Giza landmark since the century.

Almost 100 decorative fittings for bow cases, quivers and bridles were transported hundreds of miles to be placed in King Tutankhamen's tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings.

Gold artefacts found in King Tut's tomb were imported from SYRIA

Almost 100 decorative fittings for bow cases, quivers and bridles were transported hundreds of miles to be placed in King Tutankhamen& tomb in Egypt& Valley of the Kings.

Here's a free infopacket on Ancient Empires from Kids Discover. Includes Ancient China, Egypt, and Rome.

CC Cycle 1 Weeks 6 & 8 Here's a free infopacket on Ancient Empires from Kids Discover. Includes Ancient China, Egypt, and Rome.

Indus Valley Ancient Civilization (3300–1300 BC; mature period 2600–1900 BC)  This is the Harappa site.  Adam and Eve’s twin sons Ganeri and Harapp descendants settled this area of Indus Valley.

5000 years ago an impressive culture flourished in the Indus Valley region, which today encompasses parts of India and Pakistan. The civilization that lived there came to be called: Dravidian, or the Indus Valley Civilization or Harappan.

Archaeologists discover 66 statues of warrior goddess Sekhmet in Luxor

Archaeologists discover 66 statues of warrior goddess Sekhmet in Luxor

Researchers with a German archaeological mission in Egypt discovered 66 well-preserved statues of Sekhmet near Luxor, the site of the ancient city Thebes.

Towering: A visitor looks at the 'Colossal statues of a king and a queen' (283-246 BC), which are refelcted in a display cabinet glass

Lost cities: Ancient Egyptian wonder on show at British Museum

Statues, jewellery and hieroglyphic tablets which were feared lost forever have been reclaimed from the sea and will be put on display in a major exhibition at the British Museum in London.

Did ancient priests in Peru invent authoritarianism?

Did ancient priests in Peru invent authoritarianism?

Archaeologists at Stanford University claim to have found evidence that priests who ran the Chavín de Huántar religious complex in Peru years ago manipulated the populous to exert their authority.

Black granite statues of a fierce lion goddess are discovered in Egypt

Black granite statues of a fierce lion goddess are discovered in Egypt

The statues of the goddess, known as The Lady of War, were found in the ground at the Colossi of Memnon area on the city's west bank, which used to be a capital for ancient Egypt.

Detail from the Ishtar Gate, Babylon, Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany. Built in c575 BC during the reign of Nebuchadrezzar II the Ishtar Gate led into the city of Babylon via the Processional Way, along which statues of the Babylonian gods were paraded during New Year celebrations.

Detail from the Ishtar Gate, Babylon, Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany. Built in BC

Secret passageway found under 1,000-year-old Mayan temple

Secret passageway found under 1,000-year-old Mayan temple

Experts have discovered a secret passageway to a water filled underground cavern, or cenote, at the Temple of Kukulkan in Mexico, which has remained hidden for a millennia.

'Special site' for Bronze Age burials is found near Loch Ness

'Special site' for Bronze Age burials is found near Loch Ness

The grave has been found in the Scottish village of Drumnadrochit in the same area a stone-lined grave was found two years ago. Researchers also found a Beaker pot with simple incised decoration.

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