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Wreckage of Chinese warship Zhiyuan sunk during first Sino-Japanese War discovered

Nov 7, 2014
Wreckage of a Chinese warship that sank 120 years ago during the first Sino-Japanese War discovered.

Harappan era drawings discovered near Hampi, Karnataka

Nov 5, 2014
Pictographs of Harappan (Sindhu) era discovered near Hampi. The pictographs are available in Gondi dialect.

Ancient nomadic campsite belonging to Liao Dynasty unearthed in China

Sep 26, 2014
An ancient nomadic campsite was unearthed by Chinese archeologists in Qian’an county in north-east Jilin province of China on 24 September 2014.

1846 Northwest Passage expedition ship found in Canadian Arctic

Sep 10, 2014
Sir John Franklin's doomed 1846 Northwest Passage expedition ship was found in Canadian Arctic on 9 September 2014.

Enormous species of Dinosaur that weighs nearly 60 tons discovered in Argentina

Sep 6, 2014
Researchers announced discovery of fossilized remains of a species of dinosaur that weighs nearly 60 tons in Patagonian hills of Argentina.

Archaeologists found two ancient Mayan cities Lagunita and Tamchen in Mexico

Aug 27, 2014
Archaeologists have found two ancient Mayan cities Lagunita and Tamchen hidden in the jungle of south-eastern Mexico.

Human skull with Copper Crown related to Harappan culture discovered in UP

Aug 13, 2014
Human skeleton with copper crown with carnelian beads on its skull was discovered in Chandayan village of Baghpat district of Uttar Pradesh.

Prehistoric rock paintings depicting aliens and UFOs found in Chhattisgarh

Jul 17, 2014
Archeologists has discovered prehistoric rock paintings depicting aliens and UFOs in Caves of Charama region of Kanker district of Chhattisgarh.

After 500 years, Christopher Columbus's ship the Santa Maria claimed to be found

May 15, 2014
After 500 years, Christopher Columbus's ship the Santa Maria was claimed to be found by archaeological investigators led by Barry Clifford.

Archaeologists discovered a granary at Rakhigarhi in Haryana

May 2, 2014
Granary with walls of mud-bricks discovered by archaeologists during excavation at Rakhigarhi village a Harappan civilisation site, in Haryana.

Tempest Stela, World’s oldest weather report found in Egypt

Apr 5, 2014
Archaeologists had discovered a 3500-year-old inscription on a stone block in Egypt and claim that it is the oldest weather report of the world.

Ancient monastery of Byzantine period found in south Israel

Apr 4, 2014
Israeli Antiquities Authorities on 1 April 2014 discovered a monastery which belongs to Byzantine period in the Bedouin village

Ancient caves depicting 7000-year-old civilisation discovered in Andhra Pradesh

Mar 27, 2014
Researcher K Ramakrishna Reddy has discovered a group of caves inhibited by ancient humans in Akkampalli of Andhra Pradesh.

Human footprints discovered in England is the oldest seen outside Africa

Feb 10, 2014
Scientists have discovered human footprints on the Norfolk Coast of England, which are at least 8 lakh years old.

Anthropomorphic motif figure discovered in Wayanad

Jan 18, 2014
Anthropomorphic motif figure discovered in the Wayanad district of Kerala among the prehistoric rock engravings on the Thovari hills.

Ancient Mummies Discovered from the Excavation Site in Lima Suburb

Oct 25, 2013
The archeologists in Peru discovered two mummies more than 1000 years old in the capital of Peru- Lima.

Scientists discovered the Single Largest Volcano beneath the Pacific Ocean

Sep 9, 2013
Scientists discovered the single largest volcano in the world, a dead colossus deep beneath the Pacific Ocean

3000 Years Old Stone Shields Excavated by Archeologists from Xinjiang

Aug 19, 2013
Archeologists excavated a set of stone shields which were used in the sacrifices by nomads in China around 3000 years ago.

Urdu Ghazals written by Veer Savarkar during his Jail Term in Andaman found

Jul 28, 2013
The notebook that contains two Urdu Ghazals written by Veer Sawarkar during his term in Andaman Jail were discovered.

Archeologists in Israel uncovered King David's Palace of Kingdom of Judea

Jul 21, 2013
Structures from the Kingdom of Judea were uncovered during a joint excavation programme of Israel Antiquities Authorities and Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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