Medieval building found during cathedral excavation

Published on June 3rd, 2010 | by Admin

Archaeologists excavating the Rochester Cathedral in Kent, England’s second-oldest cathedral, to conserve a Roman city wall were surprised when they came across evidence of a medieval building they didn’t know existed. While digging exploratory pits, experts [&hellip... Read More


Caveman diet included crocodiles

Published on June 3rd, 2010 | by Admin

Apparently the caveman diet included eating crocodiles, which may have helped early humans evolve bigger brains. The work is based on bones and artifacts from a prehistoric “kitchen” that make up the earliest evidence that humans [&hellip... Read More


11 legendary uncracked ciphers

Published on June 2nd, 2010 | by Admin

WebUrbanist has posted an interesting list about eleven legendary uncracked ciphers. [Thx Tron] The Beale Papers Want $40 million in buried gold, silver and jewels? All you have to do is solve an infamously “impossible” set [&hellip... Read More


13,000-year-old clay figure found in Japan

Published on June 2nd, 2010 | by Admin

The clay torso of a woman, which dates back 13,000 years, has been found in Japan. The tiny figure, 3.1 centimeters in height and 14.6 grams in weight, depicts a female torso with breasts and a [&hellip... Read More


Unexploded WWII bomb explodes, killing three

Published on June 2nd, 2010 | by Admin

Three people trying to diffuse an unexploded World War II bomb in Germany were killed when the bomb blew up. Germany is mourning the loss of three bomb disposal experts killed yesterday by a 2,000lb World [&hellip... Read More

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