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The elongated skulls of Paracas in Peru caused a stir in 2014 when a geneticist that carried out preliminary DNA testing reported that they have mitochondrial DNA “with mutations unknown in any

Buddha Statue in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. In 2001 the Taliban used dynamite to destroy the statues.

Buddha Statue in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. In 2001 the Taliban used dynamite to destroy the statues.

Descubrimiento de las ruinas de Tikal, Petén.

Descubrimiento de las ruinas de Tikal, Petén.

Caracol, Belize, LiDAR map of the jungle, mayan city

Lasers in the Jungle - Archaeology Magazine Archive

A bit of old news from a couple of years ago. Archaeology magazine posted today on IG one of the pictures, so there may be new news soon. “ Deep in a burial mound, an early Maya ruler lay adorned with.

In the pictures above are interesting similarities between ancient Chinese shaman's (Wu) headdress and a stylized portrayal of the same image on this Olmec mask.The left images are Shaamxi tomb rubbings showing Xi Wangmu wearing her sheng crown.

Maya, Palenque, Ancient Cultures, The Americas, Archaeology, Mexico, Meso America, figure, ceramic, artifact

The Mayan ceramic figure, Palenque (was a Maya city state in southern Mexico that flourished in the century. The Palenque ruins date back to 226 BC to around 799 AD), Meso-America.

The last official government crucifixion, Japan 1894 - This photograph, taken by Felix Beato at the execution grounds near Yokohama, was part of his successful series of documenting Japanese culture. Beheadings were a humane form of execution, as death was instantaneous, while crucifixion was meant to be a slow and torturous death. This man had stolen from a nobleman’s son.

Crucifixion of a convicted criminal in Edo period Japan, main modes of execution were beheading, crucifixion, boiling, burning at the stake and a variety of creatively gruesome methods.