This story shows the history of Cahokia, a pre-Columbian historical and archaeological site in Illinois. It also highlights recent excavations regarding Cahokia's moon cult.
The winding trip through the Alto Adige was a spectacular sight to behold, but due to my anticipated fascination, the beautiful snow-capped view was nothing compared to my visit to the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology.
This article explores the Piri Reis Map and lost civilizations. Past Polar Shifts, ice ages and how they came to be. How these ancient people could have possible been aware of these mysteries and how they pertain to modern times.
The site of Rosslyn Chapel is steeped in history. Hawthornden carvings deep below in Roslin glen below give some clues to much older origins of this sacred spot. Could the site be older than any of us may imagine, and actually have been a spiritual site since Paleolitic or Neolithic times?...
A HOUSE is a building that provides shelter, comfort, and protection. It is one of man's three most important necessities. The other two being food and clothing. Shelter protects man from wind and rain, and from hot and cold weather. It shields him...
In archaeology, timing is everything. This article includes virtually all of the various dating methods used by archaeologists and other scientists.
As one of six fabled Crystal Skulls, the one found by Mitchell-Hedge and his daughter has proven to be the most detailed and most mysterious. But, there's questions about its authenticity.
In this article, the author asks if the so-called Bosnian pyramids were built by people or are simply natural landforms. The story also provides a short biography of Semir Sam Osmanagich, a self-styled Indiana Jones who is convinced the pyramids are ancient artifacts some 12,000 years old.
The maypole and its various celebratory dances have a long history, religious and secular. They were also put into celebrations of Communism in 1917.
This article provides a brief biography of archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass. The story also shows highlights of the History Channel's program, "Chasing Mummies: The Amazing Adventures of Zahi Hawass," which emphasizes Hawass' leadership in the training of young archaeologists in Egypt.