Egypt’s 3,500-year-old ‘lost golden city’ founded by Tutankhamun’s grandfather is discovered

Archaeologists announced the discovery of a 3,500-year-old ‘lost city of gold’ that was built by King Tutankhamun’s grandfather and may be the most significant find since the boy-pharaoh’s lavish tomb was unearthed nearly a century ago. The ancient pharaonic city, known as Aten, was constructed by King Amenhotep III, who begin his rule around 1391 … Read more

Former Home and Away star Tammin Sursok reveals a large cyst was discovered in her ovary

Former Home and Away star Tammin Sursok reveals doctors have found a large cyst in her ovary after being rushed to hospital By Alisha Buaya For Daily Mail Australia Published: 02:20 BST, 6 April 2021 | Updated: 02:20 BST, 6 April 2021 Former Home and Away actress Tammin Sursok has revealed she was rushed to … Read more

Neanderthal footprints are discovered on a Spanish beach left by a child

Footprints discovered in the sand on a Spanish beach were left by a Neanderthal child 100,000 years ago ‘jumping irregularly as though dancing,’ study shows.  The prints were uncovered due to stormy weather and high tides in June 2020, and were spotted by a pair of biologists walking on the sand. They stumbled upon what … Read more

Skeletons of dozens executed by the Nazis in Poland are discovered 80 years later

Dozens of men, women and children executed by the Nazis are discovered nearly 80 years later after Polish man remembered seeing families being led away to die when he was a small boy The skeletal remains of more than 25 men, women and children were uncovered in Warsaw, Poland this week Site was pointed out … Read more

More than 500 relics discovered in ‘sacrificial’ pits in China

A 3,000-year-old gold ceremonial mask, possibly worn by a priest and used for sacrificial purposes, is one of more than 500 items unearthed from six rectangular pits in China.  The priceless cultural relics – unearthed at the Sanxingdui archaeological site in the province of Sichuan, southwest China – also include bird-shaped ornaments, two kinds of silk … Read more

Maryland’s earliest colonial settlement built in 1634 is discovered after 90 years of searching 

Archaeologists have discovered concrete evidence of one of the oldest permanent English settlements in what would become the United States. Using ground-penetrating radar, researchers found fence posts from a fort in St. Mary’s, Maryla that was founded by Catholic settlers in 1634 – less than 15 years after Plymouth. The scans indicated several dwellings inside … Read more

Woman reveals the eerie underground BOMB SHELTER she discovered in a California home built in 1951

A woman has found an eerie underground bomb shelter hidden under a manhole in the master bedroom of a central California home that was built in 1951, wowing TikTok with her disturbing discovery.   Jennifer Little, an estate manager in the area, has been giving video tours of the Cold War-era shelter, which featured two bunk … Read more

Devon Windsor shares moment she discovered she was pregnant and surprised husband Johnny Barbara

Devon Windsor shares moment she discovered she was pregnant and surprised her husband Johnny Barbara with a babygrow in heartwarming clip By Sean O’grady For Mailonline Published: 14:54 GMT, 18 March 2021 | Updated: 15:04 GMT, 18 March 2021 Devon Windsor has shared the heartwarming moment she discovered she was pregnant and told her husband … Read more

Iron Age ‘seafood buffet’ that fed wedding or funeral guests is discovered in Scotland

Archaeologists in Scotland have dug up the remains of a rather impressive seafood feast that fed an entire Iron Age community. More than 18,000 snail shells were found in a pit at The Cairns, an ancient settlement in Orkney that was established between 400 AD and 500 AD. Scientists determined the shellfish, mostly limpets and … Read more

Deadly hospital superbug discovered on a remote island

A deadly hospital superbug that’s been sweeping the globe has been found ‘in the wild’ for the first time, scientists reveal.  Candida auris, a species of fungus, was found on a sandy beach and tidal swamp in a remote coastal wetland ecosystem, on the Andaman Islands in the Indian Ocean.  The ‘landmark discovery’ is the first evidence that … Read more