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Here we present the world`s biggest mysteries. Humans` search lead to the most amazing experiences, explorations and discoveries.

Ancient World Stories by National Geographic - Watch the videos!

Discoveries of ancient mysteries are like travel back in time. Keep updated about amazing stories as Giant Raptor Found in Argentina, mysteries of the Maya Pyramids of Chichen Itza and the Akapana Pyramid, search for the Lost Ark, new exploration of The Lost City of Angkor Wat and new view on Stonehenge Burials. Read newsarticles and watch videos.

Photo. Chichen Itza. The pyramid is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It`s an important pre-Columbian archeological site built by the Maya who lived on what is now the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico. 

In Februar 2008 it was reported that Anthropologists from Wheaton College (Illinois) and The Field Museum have discovered how the ancient Maya produced an unusual and widely studied blue pigment that was used in offerings, pottery, murals and other contexts across Mesoamerica from about A.D. 300 to 1500. Production of the renowned, extremely stable pigment was part of ritual sacrifices at Chichén Itzá.

National Geographic is in front showing the world that we are in the age of big discoveries.

Other stories you can read about on National Geographic`s website:

  • Ancient Temples Found in Peru: Archaeologists in Peru have discovered two religious temples more than 3,000 years old, the remains of which are still in excellent condition.
  • Maya "Road to Hell" Found? The Maya believed the road to the afterlife ran through the underworld. Now an archaeologist says he's found the real-life version of that road in a Mexican cave.

See the latest discoveries and archaeological news. Watch videos and read more on National Geographic:



Stein Morten Lund, 3 April 2009

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