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The controversy over the new tomb of Jesus

The controversy over the new tomb of Jesus

Archaeologists working in Jerusalem say their discovery in a tomb dating from the time of Jesus could shed light on the origins of Christianity.Biblical historian James Tabor, professor and director of religious studies at North Carolina University In Charlotte, he's working with a team led by controversial manager Simcha Jacobovici on site.

The Egyptian heritage of Christianity

The Egyptian heritage of Christianity

I must confess that at first, I had the intention of treating the issue of the origin of Christianity from a very different, or at least a more biased, perspective. He intended to bring you closer to the origin of Christianity as a sect split from Judaism and how its multiple ramifications developed over the centuries.

The Trefael stone was the basis of a Stone Age burial chamber

The Trefael stone was the basis of a Stone Age burial chamber

Archaeologists are ready to exhume and analyze the human remains found in a prehistoric monument believed to be a burial site. Until now, the Trefael stone from Pembrokeshire, UK, was thought to be just one of many sites linked to the Bronze Age.

Archaeologists dig a Neolithic well in Israel

Archaeologists dig a Neolithic well in Israel

A team of Israeli archaeologists has found a well dating from the Neolithic (about 8,500 years), according to the country's Antiquities authorities, adding that the skeletal remains of two people were found. "The well, discovered in the Jezreel Valley at northern Galilee, contained a great variety of artifacts, as well as the remains of a woman of approximately 19 years of age, and those of an older man, ”they commented.

Prehistoric human dwellings found in Sri Lanka

Prehistoric human dwellings found in Sri Lanka

Professor Raj Somadeva of Kelaniya University's Postgraduate Institute of Archeology says that excavations at Haldummulla, in Badulla district, have led to the discovery of the oldest human dwellings identified on the island so far. de Koswatta (in the city of Haldummulla), is located 850 meters above sea level, being the highest ground where prehistoric human dwellings have been reported.

World's first mammoth graveyard found in Serbia

World's first mammoth graveyard found in Serbia

Serbian archaeologists have found the remains of seven mammoths in Kostolac, eastern Serbia. The researchers were working at the nearby Roman site of Viminacium when they were alerted by the Drmno miners about possible fossil remains. The first surveys revealed the bodies of at least five mammoth skeletons.