Antarctica Was on Fire 75 Million Years Ago, Ancient Embers Reveal
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Antarctica Was on Fire 75 Million Years Ago, Ancient Embers Reveal

A new study shows that Antarctica was devastated by wildfires 75 million years ago. This is back when dinosaurs were still on the Earth. The late
Study finds nearly 500 ancient ceremonial sites in southern Mexico
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Study finds nearly 500 ancient ceremonial sites in southern Mexico

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 public domain Last year, a team of international researchers headed by the University of Arizona reported that they had
Hundreds of ancient ceremonial sites found in southern Mexico
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Hundreds of ancient ceremonial sites found in southern Mexico

Researchers discovered 478 sites for ceremonial purposes that may have been built thousands of years ago by the Olmec or the Maya. Takeshi Inomata,
2.5 billion-year-old traces of life locked inside primeval ruby
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2.5 billion-year-old traces of life locked inside primeval ruby

A new study has revealed that ancient life was preserved in a 2.5 billion-year old ruby from Greenland. Greenland is home to the planet's oldest
2.5 billion-year-old traces of life locked inside primeval ruby
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2.5 billion-year-old traces of life locked inside primeval ruby

A new study has revealed that ancient life was preserved in a 2.5 billion-year old ruby from Greenland. Greenland is home to the planet's oldest
8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome
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8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome

Valeria Messalina is one of the most powerful Roman women of ancient Rome, as depicted in "The Tragedy of Messalina". According to a 2018 article in
8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome
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8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome

Valeria Messalina is one of the most powerful Roman women of ancient Rome, as depicted in "The Tragedy of Messalina". According to a 2018 article in
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8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome

Valeria Messalina is one of the most powerful Roman women of ancient Rome, as depicted in "The Tragedy of Messalina". According to a 2018 article in
Discovery of ancient Peruvian burial tombs sheds new light on Wari culture
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Discovery of ancient Peruvian burial tombs sheds new light on Wari culture

The Royal Tombs of Sipan Museum released an undated handout photo of one of the 29 human remains found at an ancient ceremonial site near Lambayeque.
The Maya: History, Culture & Religion
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The Maya: History, Culture & Religion

"Maya" is a term that refers both to a modern-day population and to their ancestors, who built an ancient civilization that covered much of Central