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Tábua de pedra do Templo de Salomão: fraude genial ou demonstração da verdade histórica da Bíblia?

Tábua de pedra do Templo de Salomão: fraude genial ou demonstração da verdade histórica da Bíblia?

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A fossil of Collinsium ciliosum, a Collins' monster-type lobopodian found in the early Cambrian Xiaoshiba deposit of southern China

A fossil of Collinsium ciliosum, a Collins' monster-type lobopodian found in the early Cambrian Xiaoshiba deposit of southern China

Mysterious Ancient Structures Hidden Under The Sand In The Sahara Desert Could Re-Write History Of Ancient Egypt - MessageToEagle.com

Mysterious Ancient Structures Hidden Under The Sand In The Sahara Desert Could Re-Write History Of Ancient Egypt - MessageToEagle.com

The discovery of the San Jose shipwreck has all the elements of a great drama: international political intrigue, a treasure of gold and emeralds worth up to $17 billion, and now, accusations of lies and treachery. The Colombian government announced in early December that they had found the San Jose, an 18th-century Spanish galleon that may be the most valuable shipwreck ever discovered.

The discovery of the San Jose shipwreck has all the elements of a great drama: international political intrigue, a treasure of gold and emeralds worth up to $17 billion, and now, accusations of lies and treachery. The Colombian government announced in early December that they had found the San Jose, an 18th-century Spanish galleon that may be the most valuable shipwreck ever discovered.

ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΔΡΑΣΗ: Το Άγιο Πάσχα.Μεγάλη Δευτέρα.

ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΔΡΑΣΗ: Το Άγιο Πάσχα.Μεγάλη Δευτέρα.

A Roman-era bronze jug. A man in England went exploring with a metal detector and made the discovery of a lifetime: an exquisitely preserved Roman-era grave filled with artifacts, including bronze jugs, mosaic glassware, coins and hobnails from a pair of shoes, all dating to about A.D. 200.

Man Goes Exploring with Metal Detector, Finds Roman-Era Grave

A Roman-era bronze jug. A man in England went exploring with a metal detector and made the discovery of a lifetime: an exquisitely preserved Roman-era grave filled with artifacts, including bronze jugs, mosaic glassware, coins and hobnails from a pair of shoes, all dating to about A.D. 200.

In one tomb below a pyramid, archaeologists found an offering table which features a carvi...

Pyramids discovered in ancient Sudanese cemetery: 2,000-year-old structures built for the dead hid offerings to the god Osiris

In one tomb below a pyramid, archaeologists found an offering table which features a carvi...

Share this:AncientPagaes.com –  Israeli and French team of archaeologists begin excavations of an ancient and unexplored Biblical site, where the famous Ark of the Covenant was kept for two decades, before King David relocated it in Jerusalem. This Judean site, called Kiryat Ye’arim (Kiriath Jearim), is mentioned several times in the Bible during the period …

Share this:AncientPagaes.com – Israeli and French team of archaeologists begin excavations of an ancient and unexplored Biblical site, where the famous Ark of the Covenant was kept for two decades, before King David relocated it in Jerusalem. This Judean site, called Kiryat Ye’arim (Kiriath Jearim), is mentioned several times in the Bible during the period …

Female representation of Hatshepsut (highlighted by red lines) that was later replaced by the image of a male king (Photo German Archaeological Institute).

Female representation of Hatshepsut (highlighted by red lines) that was later replaced by the image of a male king (Photo German Archaeological Institute).

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