Do mermaids, unicorns, dragons, fairies and elves really exist? Many argue that this contraption is nonsense, but some myths stories have rebutted the existence of those mythical creatures.
Ancient egyptian hieroglyphs are an exclusive part of of Ancient Egypt. Scientists have tried to interpret them, but progress is felt only after finding the Rosetta stone in 1799.
Do mermaids, unicorns, dragons, fairies and elves really exist? Many claim that these are products of the imagination, but some stories refute the existence of mythical mermaids.
Ancient Discoveries: Cotton came into use by the ancient people and had become a part of their everyday life from around 34 thousand years ago.
The mysterious formation became the subject of interest for the first time after the inexplicable disappearance of popular anthropologist David Vodle during his expedition more than 20 years ago.
Hundreds of bones of a human ancestor unknown to science until now have been uncovered in South Africa. The find was discovered in a hard-to-access cave and ushers in new questions regarding the theory of human evolution.
5 meters from the Egyptian tomb of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, archaeologists stumbled onto 'like a tomb' with a rectangular shape.
During February 1858 Soubirou minors Bernadette saw the image of Virgin Mary. In subsequent years the village became a sacred place.
Group of Bedouin goat herders were searching the coast of the Dead Sea, searching for a goat, when they found the popular dead see scrolls in the Qumran Cave. Early Judaism and Christianity.
The cat is considered a sacred animal and not only by the ancient Egyptians. They are most strongly associated with the cat goddess Bastet.
Years ago, when researching about with the theme of Rebirth, the Italian journalist, Manuela Pompas encountered interesting information.
South of Cairo in ancient Necropolis there opened a pyramid of fives meters in height which dated back to the XXIV century BC, so the Ministry of culture in Egypt cited by the AFP informs.