Read more about the article Sunk Sub Confirmed As Nazi U Boat That ‘Helped Hitler Flee Germany’
Another image of what would be the turret and periscope of the ship, undated. The expedition that seeks to identify the alleged Nazi submarine sunk in Necochea, Argentina, would have obtained new evidence. (Lost Link Group, Reitich Foundation/Newsflash)

Sunk Sub Confirmed As Nazi U Boat That ‘Helped Hitler Flee Germany’

A mysterious sunk sub at the bottom off the South Atlantic Ocean has been confirmed as a Nazi World War II U-boat that could have helped Adolf Hitler flee Germany.…

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Read more about the article Joseph Goebbles’ Cursed Country Villa ‘To Be Given Away’
Image shows Nazi politician Joseph Goebbels' villa on the Bogensee Lake, near Berlin, Germany, undated photo. Berlin's Finance Senator Stefan Evers, 44, suggested to give it away. (Newsflash)

Joseph Goebbles’ Cursed Country Villa ‘To Be Given Away’

A luxury country villa that once belonged to Nazi Germany's notorious propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels is to be given away because nobody wants to buy it. Desperate government officials in…

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Read more about the article Researchers Say Giant Sword Discovered In Japan Was Probably Only Used In Rituals
Photo shows the serpentine sword from the Tomio Maruyama Tumulus, undated. The sword with total length of 285 centimeters was probably used in rituals. (Newsflash)

Researchers Say Giant Sword Discovered In Japan Was Probably Only Used In Rituals

A massive sword that is as long as a giant snake that has been discovered in Japan was once used in rituals, researchers have said. The 237-centimetre (993-inch) sword was…

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Read more about the article School Trip Hiker Finds 1,600-Year-Old Roman Lamp
Photo shows Yonatan Frankel, 16, from Hod Hasharon, Israel, and the lamp that he found, undated. He made the find in early March, while his school group was breaking for lunch near an old Roman fort along the Scorpions Ascent, a hiking trail in the desert Arava region south of the Dead Sea. (Yoli Schwartz, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

School Trip Hiker Finds 1,600-Year-Old Roman Lamp

A 16-year-old high-school pupil has amazed experts after unearthing a 1,600-year-old Roman oil lamp during a class hike. Yonatan Frankel, from Tamar High School, in Hod Hasharon, Israel, was on…

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Read more about the article Rare Coin From 2,000-Year-Old Jewish Revolt Against Romans Discovered In Judean Desert
Photo shows Elazar HaCohen coin, undated. The coin dating back nearly two millennia has been discovered in the Judean Desert. (Emil Eljam, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Rare Coin From 2,000-Year-Old Jewish Revolt Against Romans Discovered In Judean Desert

A rare coin dating back 2,000 years to a Jewish revolt against the Romans has been discovered in the Judaean desert bearing the inscription "Year one of the redemption of…

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Read more about the article Experts Say 2,000-Year-Old Stone Box Was Used By Merchants To Measure Goods
Photo shows a box discovered during the Israel Antiquities Authority excavations in the City of David, Jerusalem, Israel, undated. The multi-compartment container, carved out of soft limestone around 2,000 years ago. (Zohar Shemesh, Israel Museum, Jerusalem/Newsflash)

Experts Say 2,000-Year-Old Stone Box Was Used By Merchants To Measure Goods

A 2,000-year-old stone box unearthed burned and damaged in Israel's ancient City of David was probably a casualty of a revolt against Roman invaders by occupied Jews, say experts. The…

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Read more about the article Base Of Caesar’s Legendary Roman Legion That Fought Gaul Is Uncovered
Photo shows the excavation area in Megiddo, undated. Buildings, roads in huge, complete Roman-era military base revealed by excavations. (Emil Algam, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Base Of Caesar’s Legendary Roman Legion That Fought Gaul Is Uncovered

A huge 1,800-year-old army barracks that would have been home to an elite force of legendary Roman legionnaires that defeated the Gauls from the time of Asterix and which was…

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Read more about the article Israeli Soldier On Two-Day Hike Finds Priceless 2,800-Year-Old Scarab Carved Into Precious Stone
Photo shows a 2,800-year-old scarab seal found in Lower Galilee, Israel, undated. The seal has a beetle shape. (Anastasia Shapiro, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Israeli Soldier On Two-Day Hike Finds Priceless 2,800-Year-Old Scarab Carved Into Precious Stone

An Israeli soldier who went for a hike in the rain while taking a two-day break from the army discovered an almost 3,000-year-old scarab beetle carved into a precious stone…

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Read more about the article Boffins Discover Unknown Beetle Among Historical Items Which Escaped Devastating Museum Fire
Image shows the newly discovered beetle species Dorynota phoenix, undated photo. It was almost destroyed in a fire at the Brazilian National Museum in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2018. (Senckenberg/Newsflash)

Boffins Discover Unknown Beetle Among Historical Items Which Escaped Devastating Museum Fire

Scientists examining one of the few items to have escaped a devastating fire that destroyed a spectacular museum collection have discovered a previously unknown species of insect. The Brazilian National…

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