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Clonycavan bog man. Recovered from a bog in Co. Meath, he had been disembowelled and struck three times across the head with axe and once across the body. The remains were radiocarbon dated to between 392 BC and 201 BC and, unusually, his hair was spiked with pine resin (a very early form of hair gel). Furthermore, the trees from which the resin was sourced only grow in Spain and south-west France, indicating the presence of long distance trade routes.

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The Korean horned face, Koreaceratops (2011)Phylum : ChordataClass : ReptiliaOrder : OrnithischiaSuborder : CeratopsiaGenus : KoreaceratopsSpecies : K. hwaseongensis Early Cretaceous (103 Ma)1,6 m long and 18 kg (size)Tando basin, South Korea (map)Ceratopsians–the horned, frilled dinosaurs–spanned the expanse of North America and Eurasia during the Cretaceous period, so the recent discovery of Koreaceratops in South Korea (the first ceratopsian ever to be unearthed in this co...

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Xenomorph Discovered Guarding 13th Century Abbey [Pic]

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Why the world went wild for King Tut

A Cartier diamond brooch from the 1920s, inspired by the recent discovery of King Tut's tomb. From "Why the world went wild for King Tut" - Telegraph

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Xenomorph Discovered Guarding 13th Century Abbey [Pic]

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The revelation that the statues have bodies is not a recent discovery, as suggested by the above example: many of the moai (as shown above) are situated fully above ground and displayed in their entirety, and some of the statues even sport arms and what appear to red hats (actually depictions of hair).

Shieldmaiden, A shieldmaiden was a woman who had chosen to fight as a warrior in Scandinavian folklore and mythology. They are often mentioned in sagas such as Hervarar saga and in Gesta Danorum.

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