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Ancient Cemetery Discovered in Shanxi, China

“Based on the unearthed remains, including bamboo scripts, iron knives, a grindstone and musical instruments, the owner of the tomb was probably a civilian official of the royal government of the Western Han Dynasty. It is the first time bamboo scripts of the Han… Continue Reading “Ancient Cemetery Discovered in Shanxi, China”

Ancient Map Carved on Volcanic Stone Registered by INAH

Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) announced on June 14th, 2020 that they entered into their registry of public monuments an ancient map carved on a massive volcanic stone that’s creation has been dated sometime between 200 BC and 200 AD. This… Continue Reading “Ancient Map Carved on Volcanic Stone Registered by INAH”

Spanish Archaeologist Sentenced to Prison

“A significant discovery was believed to have been made when a series of nearly 300 ostracas (ceramic pieces) with words engraved in Latin , Basque, and Egyptian hieroglyphs were discovered on the site. Eliseo Gil, the excavation director, once boasted that their discovery would “rewrite the history books”.” – Stephen… Continue Reading “Spanish Archaeologist Sentenced to Prison”

A Sleeping Ancient City Revealed: Falerii Novi and GPR

“The astonishing level of detail which we have achieved at Falerii Novi, and the surprising features that GPR has revealed, suggest that this type of survey could transform the way archaeologists investigate urban sites, as total entities.” – Professor Martin Millett, Cambridge’s Faculty of… Continue Reading “A Sleeping Ancient City Revealed: Falerii Novi and GPR”

Limited Time Ctruth Patreon Event

Ctruth joined Patreon in mid-February 2019.In celebration of nearing one complete year,Ctruth is offering to;anyone who becomes a Ctruth patron,anyone who refers a friend,or anyone who increases their monthlypledged by a $1 or more before March 1st, 2020 the ability to redeem a topicfor… Continue Reading “Limited Time Ctruth Patreon Event”

Spanish Archaeologist Facing Prison Over Hoax Accusations

The Veleia Project was a series of excavations that began in 2005 at the archaeological Roman site of Iruña-Veleia. A significant discovery was believed to have been made when a series of nearly 300 ostracas (ceramic pieces) with words engraved in Latin , Basque, and Egyptian hieroglyphs were discovered on the… Continue Reading “Spanish Archaeologist Facing Prison Over Hoax Accusations”

Over 160,000 Full Color Manuscript Pages Now Available Online for Free

Links to the MSS If you want to jump right into the collection, the University of Pennsylvania Libraries host the images and meta data at the OPenn manuscript portal. The collection is also available through the Internet Archive. Information about the MS Collection The… Continue Reading “Over 160,000 Full Color Manuscript Pages Now Available Online for Free”

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