An illegal excavation in the northern Anatolian province of Çorum’s which took place in 2012 Sungurlu district has unearthed a 1,900-year-old tomb. The tomb has been removed from the excavation area by archaeologists and moved into the Çorum Museum for display.
1,700-Year-Old Roman Mosaic Discovered During City Sewer Construction Project
News of the discovery of a massive 1,700 year-old Roman mosaic was recently released to the public and press. The extensive and detailed mural is thought to have served as the living room floor in a villa of a luxurious and affluent neighbourhood during the Roman and Byzantine periods. Initially, a Northern section of the complex was uncovered in the 90’s within ruins of the Israeli central city of Lod. Dubbed the Lod Mosaic and exhibited worldwide, the ancient piece drew a lot of attention…
A Soviet Ghost Town in the Arctic Circle, Pyramiden Stands Alone
The Web is continually erasing its past. The Wayback Machine aims to preserve its tracks. Jill Lepore reports. - I'm pinning this so I'll always have it.... but if you read the article, that's kind of an ironic statement.
The Loch Ness monster has been found... that is to say, the prop model of the monster from "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes" has been found (after it was sunken and lost in the loch for 50 years) • /r/movies