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Why Anatoly Fomenko’s New Chronology Says That “History” Is All A Fake
According to Anatoly Fomenko's New Chronology, history as we know it was fabricated by Christian scholars. Discover why he believes it and why he's not 100 percent crazy.
The Sword Of Goujian Is 2,500 Years Old And Works Just Like New
Despite the damp conditions of the tomb it was found in, the Sword Of Goujian is still razor sharp after resting for 2,500 years.
1,000-Year-Old Treasure Linked To Danish King Found By 13-Year-Old Boy
A 13-year-old boy in Northern Germany had no idea the piece of "aluminum" he discovered was actually silver from a trove of ancient treasures.
Heinrich Schliemann: The Man Responsible For The Nazi Swastika
The swastika was a sacred icon of spirituality around the world. Then Heinrich Schliemann came along to usher the symbol toward its Nazi destiny.
The Mysterious Story Of The Antikythera Mechanism, History’s First Computer
Unlocking the mysteries of the Antikythera mechanism, a 2,000-year-old device that was history's first computer, a device so advanced its technology wouldn't be seen again for 1,000 years.
Lemuria: The Fabled Lost Continent That Turned Out To Be Real — Almost
For decades, scientists offered wild theories about the fabled lost continent of Lemuria in the Indian Ocean. Then, in 2013, scientists actually found some evidence.
This Week In History News, Apr. 8 – 14
Holocaust poll reveals mass ignorance, one little bone rewrites early human history, analysis shows that fabled Viking sunstones may have been real.
What History Got Wrong About The Hanging Gardens Of Babylon
While many saw the Hanging Gardens of Babylon as a legend, research shows that it may have actually existed, just not where originally thought.
Discovery Of 85,000-Year-Old Finger Bone Drastically Shifts Timeline Of Human Migration
This fossil may point to a radically different path in terms of human history.
This Week In History, April 1 – 7
Some West Africans' DNA linked to unknown "ghost species" ancestor, evidence of medieval coffin birth uncovered, painting worth millions found after decades in a closet.
Thousands Of Indian Women Committed Mass Suicide Hundreds Of Years Ago – Here’s Why
While most ancient rights of honor suicides were performed by women, Jauhar was performed exclusively by women.