Professor Krzysztof Grzymski, of the University of Toronto, has discovered the royal palace of the ancient kingdom of Nubia, buried in the sands of present day Khartoum. He and his colleagues have found what they believe are the remains of a palace and a colonnade built more than 2,000 years ago by the greatest black civilization ever.”It’s quite remarkable, we can see them clearly beneath the sand,” says Grzymski.

The ancient Nubian city of Mero

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Scientists at Bashkir State University have found proof of an ancient, highly developed civilization. A large relief map, made by an unknown technology and found in 1999, shows a region in Russia. Today?s military has similar maps of the same area. The ancient map shows civil engineering works, such as a system of channels and powerful dams. It also contains inscriptions. At first, scientists thought these were written in the Old Chinese language, but they have decided that they were written in hieroglyphics of unknown origin. They haven?t been able to decode the language.
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There are popular cartoons of cavemen co-existing with dinosaurs, even though we know we didn?t come along until well after all the dinosaurs were gone. Now it?s been discovered that the common ancestor of humans, monkeys, apes and other primates may have arisen much earlier than previously thought. Humans didn?t interact with dinosaurs, but our ancestors may have.
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