- Tomb Of Salome Found In Israel
Inscriptions on the walls and crosses in a grotto first found by grave robbers in Lachish national park of the Judean lowlands west of Jerusalem have led archaeologists to conclude it was dedicated to Salome, associated with the birth of Jesus Christ in ea ...
Article - News Staff - Dec 20 2022 - 1:22pm
- Nineveh: When The Capital Of Assyria Was The Most Dazzling City In The World
Archaeologists in northern Iraq, working on the Mashki and Adad gate sites in Mosul that were destroyed by Islamic State in 2016, recently uncovered 2,700-year-old Assyrian reliefs. Featuring war scenes and trees, these rock carvings add to the bounty of ...
Article - The Conversation - Dec 25 2022 - 5:01am
- Lyminge: Vikings Were Brutal But Anglo-Saxon Monks Carried On
Until Alfred the Great managed to isolate and contain invaders from Scandinavia, Lyminge, a monastery in Kent, was on the front line of long-running Viking hostility. Lyminge endured repeated attacks for almost a century through effective defensive strateg ...
Article - News Staff - Feb 1 2023 - 5:26pm