Ancient Hebrew Fragment Dating Back To Solomon’s Temple Returned To Israel

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Photo shows the conservation of the papyrus in the Israel Antiquities Authority Scrolls Conservation Laboratory, undated photo. (Shai Halevi, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

This rare and previously unknown papyrus dating back thousands of years to Solomon's Temple has been repatriated to Israel where it is joining the country's collection of Dead Sea Scrolls…

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Bones Found In Wall Could Belong To Victim Of Brazilian Serial Killer The Monster Of Alba

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Painter and serial killer Jorge Luiz Morais de Oliveira, was arrested in 2015, suspected of having murdered at least six people inside a house in an alley in Favela Alba, in Sao Paol, Brazil. (Newsflash)

Human remains have been found bricked up in a wall in Brazil and the police are investigating whether they are connected to the notorious serial killer dubbed ‘The Monster of…

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Boffins Give 70,000 Year Old Dutch Neanderthal A Smile Using Cutting Edge Reconstruction Tech

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The reconstructed face of Neanderthal named Krijn made by the Kennis brothers, world-famous palaeo-artists, in Rijksmuseum van Oudheden in Leiden, the Netherlands.

From just the fragment of a 70,000-year-old neanderthal's skull found off the coast of Holland, experts have reconstructed the ancient human ancestors face and even given him a smile. In…

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Mars Meteorite From Natural History Museum Back On Martian Soil After Travelling With Perseverance Rover

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Picture shows the Martian meteorite fragment 'Sayh Al Uhaymir 008', which was found in Oman in 1999 and held at the Natural History Museum in London, has been returned to Mars

A meteorite fragment from Mars that reached Planet Earth an estimated 450 ‎million years ago has piggybacked home on board the Mars Perseverance rover. The meteorite fragment, named 'Sayh Al…

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Palaeontologists Discover Worlds Oldest Rodent Tooth

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Polish paleontologists discover worlds oldest rodent tooth, stuck in a mandible of the worlds oldest known mammal shrew

Researchers have discovered a jaw fragment from the world’s oldest rodent which inhabited Greenland over 215 million years ago. The team of Polish researchers published their findings in the peer-reviewed…

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