A compilations of pictures showing some of the archeological findings in Albania and Kosova. The Albanians are one of the most ancient people in Europe...and the Albanian language is one of the most ancient in the Indo-European tree of languages. It belongs in no group, but its own.
In this video we talked to Jaime Awe, Minister of Archeology for Belize, to get his views on the Mayan civilization. Belize has a rich Mayan heritage, boasting many ruins and artifacts. Today, these massive stone temples lay dormant, surrounded by overgrown forests. But to the keen observer, they tell a story of a great civilization. The Maya were a technologically advanced civilization. When Christopher Colombus landed on the New World, the calendar the Europeans were using was actually less accurate than the one the Maya had already developed! Their art, hieroglyphs, religion and culture have fascinated many curious minds. Visiting one of Belize's Maya ruins and learning about their civilization is an experience that should not be missed!
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In this video we talked to Jaime Awe, Minister of Archeology for Belize, to get his views on the Mayan civilization. Belize has a rich Mayan heritage, boasting many ruins and artifacts. Today, these massive stone temples lay dormant, surrounded by overgrown forests. But to the keen observer, they tell a story of a great civilization. The Maya were a technologically advanced civilization. When Christopher Colombus landed on the New World, the calendar the Europeans were using was actually less accurate than the one the Maya had already developed! Their art, hieroglyphs, religion and culture have fascinated many curious minds. Visiting one of Belize’s Maya ruins and learning about their civilization is an experience that should not be missed!
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Remains of the only Railroad in Quintana Roo Mexico, in Felipe Carrillo Puerto, some 3 hours from Cancun. This is locomotive No. 3, there are 2 more. The line was built in 1901.
Remains of the last station in the Merida - Chichen Itza line, abandoned some years ago. First a small part of a movie showing that same station in operation.
Movie maker Simcha Jacobovici, director of the film The Lost Tomb of Jesus, talks candidly about how Israeli archeology is both political and religious; most finds happen during construction, and then archaeologists arrive to salvage the find. With the Jesus family tomb, archaeologists only had three days to go in and excavate the tomb before it was sealed.
See the movie on Discovery Channel and Vision TV. The Lost Tomb of Jesus takes you on a journey through time back to the life of Jesus, Mary Mother of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Join Simcha Jacobovici as he unravels one of the oldest mysteries of the Christian religion, the quest for the tomb of Jesus. A tomb is found but with other bone boxes inside. Once deciphered, we learn that this might be the tomb of the Holy Family. With compelling scientific proof and tests, the mystery is solved but with monumental discoveries that could change Christianity.
This captivating movie is produced by award-winning documentary filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici and co-produced by James Cameron. The book, The Jesus Family Tomb, is co-written by Simcha Jacobovici and Charles Pellegrino. It is published by HarperCollins. The book and the movie will be interesting to those who love the bible, spirituality, religious symbols, archaeology, history, the da vinci code, the Holy Land and, above all, a good adventure!
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On a narrow, windswept peninsula on the shores of Lake Umayo, lie the remains of Chullpas, huge, circular funerary towers.
This is Sillustani, a short drive from the city of Puno on Lake Titicaca.
The pre-Inca necropolis was built between 1200 and 1450. by the Kolla Culture.
The ancient inhabitants, the Hatuncolla, interred their nobles, chieftains and high priests in the funerary towers.
The tallest of the towers reaches a height of 12 meters, and features a bas relief carving of a lizard on one of its highest stones. The back of the tower has fallen away, revealing a mound of earth protected by an inverted cone of close fitting building blocks. Older structures have a simpler form, but the plateau provides stunning views of the high lakes and ridges of Perus southern highlands.
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