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British archaeologists are sensational excavations at Stonehenge

Archaeologists know that this ancient monument was built in several stages between 3000 BC to 1600 BC, But why? Disputes are very long, and consensus scientists have not yet reached (frame BBC).

Professor Tim Darvill (Tim Darvill) from the University of Bournemouth (Bournemouth University ) and Jeff Wainwright (Geoff Wainwright), President of the society of antiquaries of London (Society of Antiquaries of London ), headed the archaeological expedition, which for the first time in nearly 50 years began to excavate directly under the Stonehenge (Stonehenge ). Scientists intend to shed light on the purpose of the construction of this mysterious structure.

Excavations conducted on the means and under the auspices of the BBC. moreover, the broadcasting company launched a special project Timewatch. in which intends to highlight the progress of the work. Continue reading

Great buildings of antiquity

A series of programs about the greatest structures of the past millennia. Getting acquainted in detail with the most interesting Superiormente ancient times, learn about the historical events that created these masterpieces of architecture of the cruel struggle for power, human tragedies and obstacles that had to overcome the ancient architects.

It stands for 800 years. As a Testament to the brilliant engineering of the middle ages and shows the world what we’ve accomplished Gothic architecture. But this ancient supersolution lies a terrible story of human weakness, hypocrisy, destruction and violence, the instruments of struggle for power between the European aristocrats and the Catholic Church. Continue reading

20 most mysterious places on earth

The researcher is of the world and its mysteries through Google Earth hiding under the name H21 (about himself, he indicated only that he was French, and his work is connected with medicine), asks the question: Where exactly are 20 of the greatest mysteries of all times and peoples. A selection of mysteries, of course have to leave on his conscience, but it is really interesting.

So, the list:

1 Treasure of Rennes le Chateau – the Treasure of Rennes-Le-château. This mystery connected with the knights Templar, the Holy Grail and other treasures of the middle Ages. Maybe all this nonsense owner of the local hotel, maybe not.

2 Nessi – The Loch Ness Monster. Probably everyone has heard about the Loch Ness monster, but few remember where the lake is.

3 Sea Serpent – Sea Serpents. A monster similar to Nessie, but living in salty waters. I doubt that you would meet him. Continue reading

Excursions in Valencia
Excursions in Valencia Sightseeing Tour around Valencia Valencia is a charming city in Spain, capital of the homonymous Autonomous region, to have survived to our days rich history, preserved in…

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Gothic armour
History: Gothic armour - full plate armour, produced in parts of Germany and the Holy Roman Empire during the so-called late middle ages (XV century). The scheme of the Gothic…

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Of descriptive geometry
About the pyramids will be discussed later. They play a bright role in the history of the development of imaging techniques. And again the same circuit: assumptions and discoveries, riddles…

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