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The study of the Dead Sea Scrolls is revolutionized with DNA analysis

More than 70 years ago a Bedouin shepherd lost a goat in the Qumran desert by the Dead Sea. Looking for it, he went into...

Found a 3,500-year-old Greek tomb whose walls were covered in gold

The thieves looted the room shortly after it was sealed, but the remains of golden material on the floor of the cabin show that...

Radar helped scientists investigate mammoth tracks

According to a new report, the radar helped researchers study fossilized traces of humans and mammoths. With its help, scientists found out that the...

In Israel, found the church of the unknown martyr

In the vicinity of Jerusalem, Israel Antiquities Authority found the ruins of a church dedicated to the unknown "glorious martyr,". It was built during the...

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Do you spend a lot of time using your mobile phone? Don't worry, it won't have an effect on your mental health. British scientists measured the...

Scientists explain the significance of the oldest sculptures on Earth

The statuettes of "Venus Figurines" personify the ideas of ancient people about the ideal female figure. Scientists from the United States and the United Arab...

Astronomers catalog a million unknown galaxies and you can now take a virtual trip through them

Astronomers have cataloged a million previously unexplored galaxies using a radio telescope. The high-resolution images obtained were put together in an impressive celestial world map...

The iOS, more vulnerable than ever: an iPhone could have been hacked over Wi-Fi

A cybersecurity expert finds an unprecedented vulnerability on iOS operating system devices. Until May 2020 the 'hackers' may have accessed iPhones, iPads and iWatch...