On the shores of lake Yalpug, in the Izmail district of Odessa region, treasure hunters have found part of the legendary treasures of the Huns. At the depth of 10 cm under the ground using metal detectors, they found a small gold plate, ornamented. Found plate is very thin, like foil. Rather, it is part of the upholstery of the seat or clothing or helmet of a warrior. We will remind that in 2006 in this place treasure hunters have already been found a treasure of gold objects, called “the treasure of Attila”. The total weight of the findings was about two kilograms
In Moscow, the treasures lie at a depth of 7-10 meters.
In search of impressions people travel around the world, walking trodden by thousands of tourists trails. They visit popular points, hoping to close in their feelings to understanding what happened there hundreds and thousands of years ago. However, sometimes completely outlandish things waiting for us in fairly ordinary places. Attempts to solve the mystery of the unexpected findings often carry much more than browsing the usual sites, in particular when come to mind explanations of some phenomena did not want to obey the laws of logic. What puzzles left to us by antiquity?
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Was whether the rights of French Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini, when he said that in the course of scientific experiments feeding rats GMO caused them serious health problems, including tumors?
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The ISIL has claimed responsibility for the attack on a shopping centre in the Iraqi capital, during which several people were taken hostage. This was reported by satellite channel Al-Jazeera. According to him, victims of the attacks were 19 people, another 48 were injured.
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The fortunate adventurer-millionaire and Amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann excavated Troy, the legendary city, and became famous for centuries. Despite the fact that Golden treasure today travels around the world, around the findings so far is “the Trojan war”. Did Schliemann actually detecting gold treasure or was it a brilliant Scam, understands our correspondent.
In 1866, an unknown Amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann begins to search for the legendary Troy. In two years with a copy of “the Iliad” in his hands he has traveled the world and made a clear conclusion: the desired Troy is in Asia Minor, near the entrance to the Dardanelles, on the hill now called Hissarlik. Continue reading “Fake glitter treasures of Troy”