Abu Simbel

Published February 11, 2018

Abu Simbel

In February 1813 the Swiss Johann Ludwig Burckhardt set off on a journey to the headwaters of the Nile. From an occasional fellow traveler he heard the once odd name Ebsambal. So the locals called some ancient temple with figures of the gods. Today, this cave temple, part of the famous complex of Abu Simbel, is called Small...

City of Petra

Published February 11, 2018

City of Petra

The city of Petra is one of the most unusual and strange cities on Earth. And the very place where this city is located is unusual and mysterious. The road to Petra goes to the south from the Dead Sea, towards Aqaba, the famous and only Jordanian resort on the Red Sea. The local places are well known by the Bible. It was here that Moses, with a stroke of a rod...

Mycenae

Published February 11, 2018

Mycenae

Mycenae... The legendary city where the winner of the Trojans ruled, the "lord of husbands" King Agamemnon. It was here, following Homer's instructions, went Henry Schliemann. After he unearthed the ruins of ancient Troy...

Richard Wies and the Pyramids

Published February 11, 2018

Richard Wies and the Pyramids

At the end of 18 century new and new seekers of antiquities began to arrive in Egypt. Among these was the British colonel Richard Wies, after thirty-five years of military service, decided to study the Egyptian pyramids. Hardly arrived in Cairo, Richard Wies rushed to the pyramids. A pedantic officer...

Unknown history of mankind

Published February 11, 2018

Unknown history of mankind

Familiar with the school years, the history of mankind is built by Darwinists and their adherents. True, there is another, unknown history of mankind. The first claims that life originated on our planet about three billion years ago, the first monkeys - 40 million years, the great apes - 6 million years ago, and the first people - 150 thousand years ago. The second gives a huge amount of facts known to science, which, however, were carefully filtered out...

Coliseum

Published February 11, 2018

Coliseum

Late Roman writers, a structure that is now referred to as the Coliseum (from the Latin "colossium" - grandiose), was called the "amphitheater of Flavia". The original Coliseum is a colossal capital stadium for gladiators and equestrian games, they say, is located elsewhere in the city. Italian archaeologists have doubted this statement for more than two centuries, for they never met the traces of a construction more grandiose than the present Coliseum...

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