Pompeii Continues Revealing Its Ancient Treasures As Archaeologists Make New Discoveries

More news from Pompeii. Archaeologists reveal their newest discoveries made in the ancient city of Pompeii, including 2,000-year-old frescoes and terracotta vases that were buried after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD. Mount Vesuvius, located on the west coast of Italy, is the only active volcano in continental Europe and is thought to be one of the most dangerous volcanoes on the surface of the planet. The eruption that occurred in 79 AD sent… Seguir leyendo “Pompeii Continues Revealing Its Ancient Treasures As Archaeologists Make New Discoveries”

Lost Civilizations, Pyramids, And Incredible Cyclopean Ruins of South America

Thanks to a number of different, surprising archeological discoveries, it has become a popular theory that incredible, advanced ancient civilizations may have inhabited South America thousands of years ago, leaving behind a legacy of mind-bending cyclopean structures and monuments that defy logic. From incredible lost cities, uncharted territories, tales, and myths that speak of giants and Gods coming down from the heaven, to explorers who have vanished from sight while searching for long lost civilizations,… Seguir leyendo “Lost Civilizations, Pyramids, And Incredible Cyclopean Ruins of South America”