Monthly Archives: January 2018

11 of the Most Ancient and Continually Occupied Cities in the World

By | January 31, 2018

By Theodoros Karasavvas Time travel is one of the most intriguing scenarios humans have ever fantasized about, but unfortunately for those curious minds and wild dreamers out there, many modern physicists claim that …read more Source:: Ancient Origins syndicated content powered by FeedBurner New Feed

The next Full Moon brings a lunar eclipse, but is it a Super Blood Blue Moon as well? That depends…

By | January 30, 2018

By ancient-origins A total lunar eclipse will occur on Wednesday, January 31, and Australia is in the perfect position to see it. But it’s also being called many other lunar things, from …read more Source:: Ancient Origins syndicated content powered by FeedBurner New Feed

The Ruins of Valle dei Mulini: Abandoned by Humans, Reclaimed by Nature

By | January 30, 2018

By dhwty Ruins of old mills dot the landscape of the Valle dei Mulini (‘Valley of the Mills’). Their crumbled walls are the remains of abandoned structures which once filled the valley …read more Source:: Ancient Origins syndicated content powered by FeedBurner New Feed

‘Person of Interest’ Redacted from Vegas Shooting Records

By | January 30, 2018

By Associated Press Two Nevada judges in Las Vegas have ordered the release of search warrant records and autopsy reports related to the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, with some information …read more Source:: New Urban Legends

Richly Adorned Arabic Influenced Chess Piece Unearthed in Norway

By | January 30, 2018

By Theodoros Karasavvas Archaeologists from the Norwegian Institute of Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU) have recently discovered a rare and richly decorated Arabic-inspired chess piece in Tønsberg. Section: Artifacts Source:: Ancient Origins syndicated content powered by FeedBurner New Feed