Archaeologists have found what they believe is the world's oldest site for alcohol production, a study said Thursday, adding the beer-like beverage may have been served in ceremonies some 13,000 years ago. The site is located in the Raqefet cave south of Haifa in today's northern Israel that also served as a burial site … Continue reading Archaeologists found the world’s oldest brewery in Israel
Archaeologists record a historic find in Egypt
A team of archaeologists in Luxor, Egypt just discovered two small ancient tombs dating back about 3,500 years. According to an update from USA Today, proven with pictures from Fox News, those tombs appeared to have served as part of a cemetery used exclusively for noblemen and top officials who lived centuries ago. Egyptian archaeological … Continue reading Archaeologists record a historic find in Egypt
Archaeologists in Mexico discover Tower made of Human Skulls
Archaeologists in Mexico have confirmed that the tower made of human skulls isn't a myth, after all. The huge tower located in the capital city Tenochtitlan, was constructed by ancient Aztecs. It's located in Mexico City near the Templo Mayor. A large group of excavators are reportedly working in the heart of the city in search … Continue reading Archaeologists in Mexico discover Tower made of Human Skulls
7 Best Jobs For Those Who Like To Travel.
Teacher: As a profession, teaching is one of the oldest jobs since the history of civilization. Teachers can work almost anywhere around the world, especially English teachers. Europe, South America and Asia are among the continents that are in need of qualified teachers. One basic requirement for this is having a TOEFL Certificate and a university degree. Flight … Continue reading 7 Best Jobs For Those Who Like To Travel.
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