Read more about the article Archaeologists Find Ancient Temple Of Poseidon Lost After Tsunamis Hit Greece
Image shows the excavations undertaken in the autumn of 2022, undated photo. They revealed parts of the foundations of a structure that was 9.4 metres (30.8 feet) wide and had carefully positioned walls with a thickness of 0.8 metres (2.6 metres). (Dr Birgitta Eder, Athens Branch of the Austrian Archaeological Institute/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Find Ancient Temple Of Poseidon Lost After Tsunamis Hit Greece

An ancient temple dedicated to Poseidon which was thought to be long lost after a series of tsunamis hit Greece has been discovered by archaeologists. The remains of what researchers…

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Read more about the article German Zoo Celebrates Xmas By Welcoming 2nd Endangered Asian Elephant Calf
Image shows elephants at the Ganesha Mandir enclosure in the Leipzig Zoo, in Germany, undated photo. A female elephant calf was born on Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2022. (Leipzig Zoo/Newsflash)

German Zoo Celebrates Xmas By Welcoming 2nd Endangered Asian Elephant Calf

The elephant temple Ganesha Mandir in Leipzig Zoo is open again where for the first time, visitors can take a look at the newborn elephant calf. The newborn baby elephant,…

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Read more about the article Nine Crocodile Heads Found In Egyptian Tombs Of Two Ancient High-Ranking Officers
Photo shows a crocodile skull, undated photo. Crocodiles are large semiaquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia. (Newsflash)

Nine Crocodile Heads Found In Egyptian Tombs Of Two Ancient High-Ranking Officers

Archaeologists have unearthed nine crocodile heads placed inside two ancient noblemen's tombs in an Egyptian necropolis. The scientists from the University of Warsaw, Poland, reportedly discovered the crocodile heads in…

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Read more about the article Billionaire To Build World’s Biggest Buddha Statue
Picture shows a rendition of the planed Buddha statue in Cambodia, undated. It was President of Sokha Hotel, Sok Kong, and is going to be 100 metres tall, 3 times higher than the worlds current biggest statue of the on Bokor Mountain in Kampot, Cambodia. (Newsflash)

Billionaire To Build World’s Biggest Buddha Statue

A billionaire is to build the world's biggest statue of Buddha on a remote Cambodian mountain. The 330ft high (100m) statue -to be built by wealthy tourism tycoon Sok Kong…

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Read more about the article Ancient Hebrew Fragment Dating Back To Solomon’s Temple Returned To Israel
Photo shows the conservation of the papyrus in the Israel Antiquities Authority Scrolls Conservation Laboratory, undated photo. (Shai Halevi, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

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

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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Read more about the article Throne Ivory Worth More Than Gold From Time Of Solomon’s Temple Discovered In Jerusalem
Photo shows some of the ivories discovered in the assemblage, which contains no fewer than 1,500 fragments, undated photo. The ivories, conside. (Eliyahu Yanai, City of David/Newsflash)

Throne Ivory Worth More Than Gold From Time Of Solomon’s Temple Discovered In Jerusalem

This footage shows rare ivory plaques dating back thousands of years to Solomon's Temple that are believed to have been part of a throne and that have been unearthed in…

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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 Ancient Egypt Shrine And Statue Fragments Found At City That Once Housed Cleopatra’s Needle
A silicified sandstone pedestal of King Amasis (570525 BC) is also among the recovered artefacts from the ancient Egyptian city of Heliopolis. (Simon Connor/Newsflash)

Ancient Egypt Shrine And Statue Fragments Found At City That Once Housed Cleopatra’s Needle

Archaeologists researching the ancient temple city of Heliopolis have made remarkable discoveries documenting intense temple construction activities in Ancient Egypt. Heliopolis - which literally means City of the Sun -…

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Read more about the article Egypt Finds Temple Dedicated To King Of The Gods
Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced on 25th April 2022 that the Egyptian archaeologists unearthed the ruins of a temple for the ancient Greek god Zeus in the Tell el-Farma archaeological site in northwestern Sinai. (@tourismandantiq/Newsflash)

Egypt Finds Temple Dedicated To King Of The Gods

Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of an ancient temple to Zeus - the god of the sky in ancient Greek mythology - in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. The ruins were unearthed…

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Read more about the article Archaeologists Discover Well Preserved Storage Silos In Ancient Egyptian Town
Granaries of the First Intermediate Period (between 2180 and 2050 BC) in the ancient Egyptian city of Kom Ombo. (OAW, Niki Gail/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Discover Well Preserved Storage Silos In Ancient Egyptian Town

Austrian archaeologists have discovered a 4,000-year-old administrative centre with over 30 storage facilities that ancient Egyptians used to stock grain. The team of researchers from the Cairo branch of the…

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