Friday, September 26, 2008

September 26th News

New discoveries and more information on previous discoveries today. I have a suspicion that Stonehenge is going to be big in the news again.

New Stories as of 6:32 AM:

Discovery Of Pharaoh's Head Could Lead Archaeologists To Ramses II Temple
Mail Online
A huge 3,000 year-old red granite head has been unearthed in Cairo of one of Egypt's greatest pharaohs, archaeologists have revealed...

Granite Bust Of Ramses Discovered In Tell Basta
Daily News Egypt
CAIRO: Egyptian archaeologists have discovered the granite head and bust of one of the most powerful 19th Dynasty pharaohs, Ramses II (1279–1213 BC), in Tell Basta, Egypt...

Ancient Egyptian Recipe Inspired Modernized Brew

The Bowdoin Orient
An ancient burial chamber at Gordian in central Turkey supposedly houses the tomb of King Midas...

Bedford Museum Acquires Rare Viking Silver Ingot
24 Hour Museum
Bedford Museum has acquired a rare find in the form of a Viking silver ingot that dates back to 850-1000 AD. ..

Government Go-Ahead For Relief Road
Dorset Echo
The Government has given the go-ahead for Dorset County Council to buy land for the £84 million scheme...

Stonehenge: Geological Feature Indicates The Site Was Constructed At the End Of The Last Ice Age, 14,000 Years Ago
London, United Kingdom, September 26, 2008 --( Unlike other 'contemporary' earthworks Stonehenge consists of an outer Ditch and inner Bank encircling the most familiar of all features, the large stone setting...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Controversy dogs Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit as it heads to Toronto