Archaeologists Find “XBox” Tomb In China

Archaeologists in China have uncovered a rather unique looking tomb, with commentators comparing it’s appearance to Microsoft’s famous Xbox logo! There is unfortunately little information available on the tomb beyond the tomb being Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC), yet the discovery has provoked a flurry of interest through the quite spectacular shape. The tomb is amongst…

Trump Is Just The Latest U.S. President To Push Palestine Around

U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton is at it again. He recently issued a blistering rebuke of the International Criminal Court (ICC): “We will let the ICC die on its own. After all, for all intents and purposes, the ICC is already dead to us.”

In Syria’s Ruined Relics Lies The History of Human Civilisation

What makes us human? Whatever it is, it can be found in Syria. When the earliest hominids first came from Africa they passed through Syria, and their remains, together with the tools they made, can still be found there. Humans first settled here and learned to farm. They built the first towns here in the…

Key Archeological Sites Under Threat In Yemen Through Saudi Genocide

Years of political turmoil and war in the Middle East since the 2002 invasion of Iraq have left swathes of rich history across the region either in dust or looted for sale on the black market. Now, with 78 pieces of Yemeni history already damaged or destroyed, experts have warned that the situation is both…

Former Al Nusra Front Ransack New Archaeological Sites in Syria

New evidence of yet more ransacking and looting at archeological sites in Syria is emerging, this time perpetrated by the al-Nusra Front near the city of Saraqeb. Reports from Syria indicate that surviving elements of the former the al-Nusra Front excavated the Al-Sheikh Mansour site near Saraqeb in a semi-professional manner, using imported foreign experts…

5000 Year Old Couple Found Buried Together in Kazakhstan

Archeologists Unearth buried couple in Kazhkstan Two sacrificed horses also discovered Weapons, jewellery and pottery found at grave site The find dates back as far as 5000 years to the Bronze Age Archeologists in the Karaganda region of Kazakhstan have uncovered the chariot style grave of what is believed to be a couple and their two…