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« on: September 28, 2015, 02:53:37 PM »
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Re: Archeology - Return to Antikythera
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2015, 02:57:31 PM »
Return to Antikythera:
Shipwreck divers unearth more than 50 new treasures from board game pieces to part of a THRONE

    Latest finds include a bone flute, fine glassware and a bronze armrest
    It was the first time the professional divers were joined by archaeologists
    They performed controlled excavations at depths of 180ft (55-metre)
    The shipwreck was first found in 1900 off the coast of Antikythera


By Victoria Woollaston for MailOnline
Published: 11:12, 28 September 2015
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3251868/Return-Antikythera-Shipwreck-divers-unearth-50-new-treasures-board-game-pieces-THRONE.html


Underwater archaeologists have returned to the ancient shipwreck of Antikythera to learn more about its luxurious and extravagant artefacts.

During the latest dive experts spent a total of 40 hours on the sea bed to unearth more than 50 new treasures.

These include the remains of a bone flute, a pawn from an ancient board game, fine glassware and a bronze armrest believed to have been part of a throne.



The shipwreck dates to circa 65 BC and was discovered by Greek fishermen in 1900 off the southwestern Aegean island of Antikythera.

A year later, four giant marble horses were discovered on the wreck by sponge divers and it is thought these formed part of a complex of statues involving a warrior in a chariot that was pulled by the horses.

In total, divers salvaged 36 marble statues of mythological heroes and gods, a life-sized bronze statue of an athlete, scores of luxury items and the skeletal remains of crew and passengers.

They also found fragments of the world's first computer called the Antikythera Mechanism - a geared mechanical device that encoded the movements of the planets and stars, and predicted eclipses.



The highly complex mechanism, consisting of up to 40 bronze cogs and gears, was used by the ancient Greeks to track the cycles of the solar system.

It was so advanced, it took another 1,500 years for an astrological clock of similar sophistication to be made in Europe.

Last year, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) launched a long-term research program at the site with the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports to excavate the wreck.

At the time, the researchers created a high-resolution, 3D map of the site using stereo cameras mounted on an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV).

This map covers a staggering 113,020 square feet (10,500 square metres) of sea floor.

Hampered by bad weather, the original expedition included just four dive days for technical divers who recovered a series of finds on the surface and proved that much of the ship's cargo is still preserved beneath it.

By contrast, this year's expedition included 40 hours of diving time and the divers were joined by four professional archaeologists for the first time.

They performed controlled excavation to the highest scientific standard using the multi-dimensional map for guidance, at depths of 180ft (55-metre).

It was the first scientific excavation of the wreck and launched the first comprehensive study of all of its artefacts.

During the multi-year program the team expects to recover artefacts and ancient artwork still buried in the seafloor, and recreate the history of the ship's cargo and its final voyage.



'This shipwreck is far from exhausted,' said project co-director Dr. Brendan Foley, a marine archaeologist with WHOI.

'Every single dive on it delivers fabulous finds, and reveals how the "1 per cent" lived in the time of Caesar.'

In addition to Dr Foley, the 2015 exploration at Antikythera was conducted by the Greek Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities under director Dr. Ageliki Simosi and field archaeologists Dr. Theotokis Theodoulou and Dr. Dimitris Kourkoumelis. 

The ten-man dive team used advanced technical diving equipment including closed-circuit rebreathers and trimix breathing gases, performing 61 dives in 10 days of diving on the wreck.

A remotely operated vehicle monitored and recorded all diving activities, and served as a communications link between divers and support personnel on the surface.

Meanwhile, a metal detection survey of the site revealed that metallic targets are dispersed over an area of around 130 feet by 165 feet (40 x 50 metres).

This is thought to match the wreck's debris field, indicating the size of the ship that sank off the cliffs of Antikythera.

In particular, the dive team recovered items including an intact amphora, a large lead salvage ring, two lead anchor stocks - possibly indicating the ship's bow - and fragments of a lead hull sheathing.

A small and finely-formed lagynos, or table jug, and a chiseled stone object perforated by 12 holes and filled with an as-yet-unidentified substance were also found.

The 50 new artefacts were excavated from a series of nine trenches in the seabed using a water dredge powered by a submersible pump. 

'We were very lucky this year, as we excavated many finds within their context, which gave us the opportunity to take full advantage of all the archaeological information they could provide,' said Dr Theodoulou.

The team have since created 3D virtual reconstructions of many artefacts on the seafloor, and 3D-modelled all of the major recovered artifacts once on shore.

A series of scientific analyses are now being conducted on these artefacts, including ancient DNA analysis of ceramic jars to identify the 2,000 year-old food, drinks, perfumes, and medicines contained in them.

Isotopic analysis of lead objects will additionally determine where the lead was mined, to reveal the home port of the ship.

Previously recovered artifacts from the Antikythera Shipwreck are on display in a special exhibition 'Der Versunkene Schatz das Schiffswrack von Antikythera' [The Sunken Treasure of the Antikythera Shipwreck] at the Basel Antiquities Museum in Switzerland.

The exhibition runs until March and it is the first time that these ancient treasures have been allowed to leave the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3251868/Return-Antikythera-Shipwreck-divers-unearth-50-new-treasures-board-game-pieces-THRONE.html



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Re: Archeology - Return to Antikythera
« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2015, 02:58:14 PM »
Do you know about the ANTIKYTHERA MECHANISM ?

In brief it is an Ancient World COMPUTER !!!
Yup a computer before the birth of christ !

Awesome eh ?


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« Reply #3 on: September 28, 2015, 03:14:44 PM »
Those finds are always exciting.  Wonder how long before a government lays claims on the treasures,  you know like fees etc. if not outright ownership.
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Re: Archeology
« Reply #4 on: September 28, 2015, 03:54:45 PM »
Those finds are always exciting.  Wonder how long before a government lays claims on the treasures,  you know like fees etc. if not outright ownership.

I don't know about Greece, but in the UK its a nice balanced system.

People I used to know would be small time treasure hunters, they would find things, and inconjuction with a museum get them identified. If you find anything valuable, its is usually declared Treasure Trove which is an amusing ancient law, it goes to the Coroner Court.

In practice, the state buys it off the person that finds it at a fair price, it goes to a museum for everybody to get equal access.

I said usually, because the law is weird. The thing is the treasure had to be hidden, with the obvious intention that they original owner meant to recover it a latter date. If something is buried with no intention of recovery, such as a burial, its not treasure trove.

Anyway, when it works, which it usually does, it works well with everyone a winner.

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Re: ARCHEOLOGY
« Reply #5 on: October 27, 2015, 12:33:22 PM »
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‘ScanPyramids’ project hopes to decipher ancient secrets
http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/9/40/161858/Heritage/Ancient-Egypt/%E2%80%98ScanPyramids%E2%80%99-project-hopes-to-decipher-ancient-s.aspx



Starting November, the pyramids of Giza will be subject to a non-invasive survey in an attempt to unravel their secrets four millennia after their construction.

“Several theories have been brought forward during the past century to understand the method that the ancient Egyptians used to construct the pyramids but all are still scientific hypotheses,” Minister of Antiquities Mamdouh Eldamaty told Ahram Online.

Eldamaty continued, saying that the ScanPyramids project is a new means to learn how the pyramids were built and understand the reason behind the pyramid-shaped design. The scans will also detect the existence of any hidden chambers, corridors, and doors inside the pyramids.

Eldamaty explains that this would be implemented through radiographic muons, (a process similar to x-ray, but much more deeply penetrating), infrared thermography, photogrammetry, scanning, and 3D reconstruction. The most innovative technologies will be used by researchers from three universities: the Faculty of Engineering of Cairo University, Université Laval of Quebec, and Nagoya University of Japan.

“Their goal is to probe Egypt’s largest pyramids, without touching them or drilling the slightest opening,” Eldamaty asserted.

Phase one of the project will scan four masterpieces of the Fourth Dynasty: the Bent and Red pyramids of King Senefru at Dahshur necropolis, fifteen kilometers south of Saqqara, as well as Kings Khufu and Khafre’s pyramids on the Giza plateau.

The project will last at least until the end of 2016, at which point a second phase of scanning will take place for other Egyptian pyramids.

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Two centuries-old tombs unearthed beneath historic New York City park
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Two centuries-old tombs unearthed beneath historic New York City park
7 November 2015
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http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/nov/07/new-york-city-burial-vaults-washington-square-park

The tombs, which city archaeologists knew existed but were unsure exactly where, were discovered during a water main dig and are about two centuries old
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The first Italians were Neanderthals ...

http://www.thelocal.it/20151104/italy-dates-its-first-neanderthal-to-250k-years-ago
A new study has found that Neanderthal man was present in Italy 100,000 years earlier than previously thought. Photo: Micheal Himbeaut/Flickr

Italy's first Neanderthal dates back 250,000 years
Published: 04 Nov 2015 14:45 GMT+01:00

The discovery was made after researchers analyzed radioactive deposits that were found in sediments present inside two Neanderthal skulls unearthed in a gravel pit Saccopastore, Lazio, in the 1930s.

The site of the dig is now occupied by an eastern section of Rome's ring road.

“The results of our studies show that the Saccopastore remains are 100,000 years older than previously thought – and push back the arrival of Neanderthal man in Italy to 250,000 years ago,” said Fabrizio Marra, a researcher who carried out the study with the Italian Institute for Geophysics and Vulcanology (INGV).
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The Saccopastore skulls are a pair of fossilized hominid skulls that were found by the Aniene river in Lazio, Italy. They were located in a gravel pit about 2.5 km before the Aniene merges into the Tiber river. The first skull was discovered in 1929, and appears to be that of an adult female. The second was found in 1935 by Professors Breuil and Blanc, and forms part of the face of possibly a 35-year-old male. Both specimens appear to be Neanderthal, but display characteristics that differed from classical Neanderthal skulls
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Has the lost island of Kane been found? Peninsula in the Aegean Sea may be the missing site of an ancient Spartan battle
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- The city of Kane sat on one of the Arginus islands off the coast of Turkey

- Battle of Arginusae between the Spartans and Athenians took place nearby

- Only two of the islands currently remain as the third became a peninsula

- Archaeologists have found pottery from what they believe to be Kane
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4,000 coins found in Roman treasure trove in Swiss orchard
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Trove of 3rd century silver and bronze coins dating to Emperor Aurelian’s reign unearthed by Ueken farmer this summer.
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Mysterious Sealed Chambers Discovered In Ancient Aztec Ruins
2 December 2015
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Ancient Babylonian astronomers calculated Jupiter’s position from the area under a time-velocity graph
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Most complete Bronze Age wheel to date found at Must Farm near Peterborough
19 February 2016
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Obvious Ancient Machining Marks At The Pyramids In Egypt https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma-nC9hDaOs

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BRIEN FOERSTER - HIDDEN ARCHEOLOGY
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BRIEN FOERSTER - HIDDEN ARCHEOLOGY - PART 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oN7-73AUemM

BRIEN FOERSTER - HIDDEN ARCHEOLOGY - PART 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cpyCe24YYI

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Puma Punku And Tiwanaku In Bolivia: The Definitive Analysis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtbjqA49p8c

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Lost Ancient Technology Of Egypt Before The Pharaohs
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Lost Ancient Technology Of Egypt Before The Pharaohs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfC_75LJzro

Lost Ancient High Technology Of Egypt Before The Pharaohs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmWum2RKwW0

Largest Stone Sculptures Of Ancient Egypt: 12,000 Years Old? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uZqs5BedPY

Ancient Spinning Machine Part In The Cairo Museum Of Egypt https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifFaYteOfAI


I think they cut stones out of the underground to build on top. Ah! Smart https://youtu.be/nVlVTY-Pn9Q?t=2m50s
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« Reply #39 on: July 22, 2016, 04:48:17 AM »
Sam Osmanagich on Bosnian Pyramids Plus Paul Hellyer and Kevin Nadjiwon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoblWWzOr3I
Jul 22, 2016 Disclose TruthTV

The Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids: Dr Semir Osmanagic Presentation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu-VIxnNQm8
Jan 20, 2016 Explore Pyramids

BOSNIAN PYRAMIDS – FULL DISCLOSURE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBjOhKfBYXA
Feb 13, 2016 BosnianPyramidsTV
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