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Some of the most breathtaking train views can be experienced between Chiang Mai and Uttaradit in Northern . I’ve written this comprehensive guide with everything you need to know to fully enjoy this train ride.

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Tollense valley battlefield in northern Germany is considered Europe’s oldest battlefield site. 3300 years ago, some 4000 warriors from Central Europe fought in a battle on the site leaving behind thousands of bone fragments, bronze, wooden and flint weapons, and gold and bronze objects.
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Ruins of the Buddhist Vihara at Paharpur, Bangladesh 🇧🇩

Evidence of the rise of Mahayana Buddhism in Bengal from the 7th century onwards, Somapura Mahavira, or the Great Monastery, was a renowned intellectual centre until the 12th century. The first builder of the monastery was Dharmapala Vikramshila (770-810AD), the king of Varendri-Magadha. It became a renowned centre of Buddhist religion and culture during the royal Patronage of Pala Dynasty . They patronised both the Hinduism and Buddhism. 🙏


Robert's website represents a collection of diverse personal and professional interests and years of research.


Rama and his brothers enjoying their food in the company of Raja Dasharatha and his three queens in the palace of Ayodhya
Kotah style, Rajasthan, late 18th century ||

@ National Museum, New Delhi, India


Late Roman stone mosaic from the Greek city of Halicarnassus, Caria (modern Bodrum, Turkey), dated 4th century AD, now in the British Museum. A coloured laurel wreath encloses a Greek inscription with the following words:
ΥΓΙΑ "Health"
ΖΟΗ "Life"
ΧΑΡΑ "Joy"
ΕΙΡΗΝΗ "Peace"
ΕΥΘΥΜΙΑ "Happiness"
ΕΛΠΙϹ "Hope"


Wreck was discovered entirely by accident by a couple filming a nature documentary


La Pirámide del Adivino fue construida por varios gobernadores a lo largo de 400 años, por lo que ahora se ve la capa exterior de 4 subestructuras.


The ancient Maya city of Uxmal is showcased in a captivating aerial image that truly captures its grandeur. ❤️

Although the exact timeline of Uxmal's abandonment is uncertain and debated by scholars, it is widely believed that the city was occupied for a longer period than its southern counterparts, whose cities began to decline in the 9th century. Some argue that Uxmal may have functioned as an active political capital until the 10th century or even later, despite evidence suggesting otherwise.

Modern-day archaeologists are still studying the ruins of Uxmal, including its iconic pyramid and the grand House of the Governor, to gain insight into how the Maya civilization adapted to various challenges posed by enemies and changes in the natural environment. The exploration of Uxmal has brought to light new discoveries, which provide us with a deeper understanding of what life was like over a thousand years ago in this ancient city.

Are you ready to uncover the mysteries of the Maya civilization and explore the stunning ruins of Uxmal for yourself?

Explore Uxmal with us and immerse yourself in the ancient history and culture of this incredible ancient civilization. Don't miss out on the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of the Maya and witness the grandeur of Uxmal firsthand. Book your spot now and let us guide you on a journey through time: https://adeptexpeditions.com/tours/mysteries-maya-tour-yucatan


What Hygiene Was Like In The Aztec Empire - rnkr.co/XVRSXE


New Discoveries of Sacrificed Victims at the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan INAH archaeologists found an Aztec human skull rack or tzompantli under a colonial period house behind the National...


We were thinking too small all along.


Many historic architectural treasures are still concealed and waiting to be uncovered all across the world. Angelo Pitoni was an agronomic, geologist, and botanist. He was an emerald and gold mine discoverer as well as a Lapis Lazuli expert. During his travels around Siera Leone, he came upon an ama...


I posted a new geometry perspective I found while considering alternative variations of Metatron’s Cube. In the process, I found an entirely new higher dimension of the cube at center with accurate aspect ratios (at least I have never seen such a hypercube nested within Metatron’s cube like this before) Namirha Ahriman posted this overlay of my geometry drawing on top of the Last Supper (which Incidentally, I spent several hours studying last month while visiting Rome inside the DaVinci Museo in the Vatican). The result was astounding to me with these extra lines as higher order linear correspondences seeming to point to both important characters and critical angles of incidence within DaVinci’s masterpiece in Milan....


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Photo of Mark Rasmussen

Pigments on cloth, mounted on canvas and stretched.
110 x 80 in. (279 x 203 cm)
Lokapurushas represent man as a microcosm of the universe. Here, the giant figure is trisected, with adholoka (lower world) below his waist, madhyaloka (middle world) in the form of a jambudvipa at the waist, and urdhvaloka (upper world) populated by deities and pilgrimage sites.

As noted by Pal, 'According to the Jain tradition the shape of the cosmos is comparable with a man standing akimbo: broadest at the bottom, narrowest in the middle, broader around the chest, and narrow once again at the top' (The Peaceful Liberators, Los Angeles, 1994, pp.82 & 231, no.103a.)


Found in the ancient Minoan palace site of Phaistos, the 4,000-year-old Phaistos Disc is imprinted with 241 symbols that no one has been able to decipher to


The circular piece, measuring just over 32 centimeters (12.6 inches) in diameter and weighing 40 kilos (88 lb), displays hieroglyphic writing surrounding two players standing next to a ball.


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Around the world, hundreds of thousands of lost ancient sites lie buried and hidden from view. Satellite archaeologist Sarah Parcak is determined to find them before looters do. With the 2016 TED Prize, Parcak is building an online citizen-science tool called GlobalXplorer that will train an army of volunteer explorers to find and protect the world's hidden heritage. In this talk, she offers a preview of the first place they'll look: Peru -- the home of Machu Picchu, the Nazca lines and other archaeological wonders waiting to be discovered.

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