The Myth of Stonehenge

It is believed that long, long ago there was an ancient civilisation that created a large circle of stones in a field in Wiltshire, England.

Stonehenge is a mystery.  The construction started in 3100BC until 1600BC.  There are no clues as to who they were or why they constructed the stones in such a way.  Many theories have surface over the years. Continue reading

Top 4 Mysterious Discovered Archaeological Sites

Earth still has a vast amount of land to explore, with the possibility of manmade wonders that still need to be found around every corner. Additionally, the depths of the ocean, which was originally coastline or even inland, could also hold untold archaeological treasures.

These wonders still waiting to discovered will boggle the mind of mankind for generations to come, but here we discuss the top four discovered archaeological sights that still need to be explained to modern man. Continue reading

The Black Coffin of Alexandria

Modern archaeology dates back to the 1800s, when scholars first found the ancient and buried city of Pompeii. Since then, archaeology has grown substantially, and it can be felt in just about every facet of the modern world.

From the happenings of our ancestors to how ancient disasters affected the world, almost all we know about what came before our society is thanks to the practice of archaeology. Continue reading

The World’s Most Awe-Inspiring Archaeological Sites

Even people who have no interest in archaeology are aware of ancient sites such as the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt and Stonehenge in the United Kingdom, but what about the places that have not received as much worldwide attention?

Here we go on a journey to discover the most awe-inspiring archaeological sites in the world and travel from China to the Yucatan Peninsula, from Peru to south-eastern Iraq, and the United States. Continue reading

The World’s 5 Most Underrated Archaeological Sites

When ancient archaeological sites get funding for development it’s typically a benefit as it means improved controlled access and financial backing for excavation, preservation, and restoration.

However, this also means a lot more visitors and it’s becoming increasing difficult to find archaeological sites which aren’t crowded with tourists. For a more exclusive experience, you’ll have to head off the beaten track. Continue reading