Read more about the article Long-Lost Egyptian Sun Temple Found After 4,500 Years
Photo which was taken in an unknown date shows the remains of a mud-brick building in Abu Gorab, Egypt. Preliminary studies indicate that the building may be one of the four lost temples of the Sun from the Fifth Dynasty known through historical sources. (antiquities.gov.eg/Newsflash)

Long-Lost Egyptian Sun Temple Found After 4,500 Years

A mysterious ancient sun temple dating back 4,500 years has been unearthed by archeologists in an Egyptian cemetery for the pharaohs. Sun temples were built to honour the most powerful…

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Read more about the article Rain Shrine In Honour Of Water Goddess Found In Lost City
Excavation of the perimeter wall at the entrance to Rabana valley in Iraqi Kurdistan in undated photo. Archaeological investigations offer up new findings on the history of Parthian settlements in Iraqi Kurdistan. (Rabana-Merquly Archaeological Project/Newsflash)

Rain Shrine In Honour Of Water Goddess Found In Lost City

A rain shrine linked to a water goddess has been found in an ancient mountain fortress that archaeologists believe could be the long-lost city of Natuonia. Little is known of…

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Read more about the article Workers Find Kings Mystery Time Capsule At Bridge
During demolition works of a 19th century bridge in Poland a cornerstone laid in 1851 by the Prussian King Frederick William IV himself and time capsule have been discovered by workers

Workers Find Kings Mystery Time Capsule At Bridge

This is the mysterious time capsule buried by former Prussian King Frederick William IV and unearthed by workers demolishing a 19th-century bridge that was once the biggest in the world.…

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