The journal of the Institute of American Archaeology Archaeology included burial discovered in Tomb mnimeio Kasta of Amphipolis in the most important archaeological discoveries this year.
“The Tomb dates from the era of Alexander the great is a great example of how archaeology can capture the public imagination”, It is noted in the publication, accompanied by a photo of Sphinxes.
The revelation of the monument “easily won a place on our list”, highlights the relevant publication. “The Tomb dates from the era of Alexander the great is a great example of how archaeology can capture the public imagination”, Adds.
In the list of the top archaeological discoveries listed yet:
The underground Neolithic construction at Stonehenge of Britain, aged 5.000 years.
The treasure Seaton Down, England, i.e. 22.000 Roman coins found with metal detector.
The oldest Buddhist temple in the world found in Nepal and is dated to the 6th century. e.g..
Decoding the DNA of Neanderthals by Israeli scientists.
The submerged in the icy waters of Antarctica ship “Erevos”, whose captain was John Franklin.
The Byzantine Basilica of the fifth century was discovered submerged in Lake of Turkey.
The analyses on mummies from the Bolton Museum in Britain that showed that practical taxidermy began long before the Pharaoh, the 4300 e.g..
The Mploytoyth fortress in Denmark, which may have been built by the Viking Warrior, Harald Gkormson, first King of Denmark, the 10th century.
One of the first Iconic natives who lived before 12.000-13.000 years and revealed researchers in the Yucatan. The skeleton belongs to girl 15-16 years named Naias.