Medieval Boat Used To Ferry Pilgrims Discovered

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Divers explore a part of a medieval passenger boat found in the port of Ribadeo, Spain, undated. The findings represent the first material evidence of the transport used in the pilgrimage to Compostela. (Xunta de Galicia/Newsflash)

Diver explores the remains of an ancient boat used to ferry medieval pilgrims on their way to one of the world's holiest shrines. The boat is said to have been…

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Global Warming Reveals Swiss Mountain Route Unseen Since Roman Times

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Photo shows the Tsanfleuron Pass in the Swiss Alps in an undated photo. It reappeared after being buried under ice for over 2000 years in August, 2022. (Glacier 3000/Newsflash)

A Swiss mountain pass buried under ice for more than 2,000 years has reappeared due to global warming. The ice covering the pass between Scex Rouge and Tsanfleuron in the…

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Rare Trade Route From 1st European Civilisation Found In Sea

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Turkish scientists found hundreds of historical artifacts of approximately 4 thousand years, with the traces of the Bronze Age harbor in Mugla Bozburun

A 4,000-year-old trade route used by Europe’s first advanced civilisation has been discovered by underwater archaeologists off the coast of Turkey. Hundreds of artefacts were found off the coast of…

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