Rock carving of an unidentified Pharaoh discovered in Gebel el Sisila, Egypt

What may seem like a rudimentary carving upon a nondescript rock, pertains to a still unidentified Pharaoh who might have lived after the period of 11th century BC. The fascinating discovery was made by Sweden's Lund University archaeologists, within the sandstone quarries of Gebel el Sisila. These are located north of Aswan, and were used…


Sports matches were fixed, even during the ancient times!

In spite of all the haughtiness, brouhaha and palaver, most of us must surely know that WWE is just a show - an orchestrated endeavor to entertain the public. Not that we have anything against it; in fact, Rome was among one of the ancient entities that favored public spectacles of the violent sort. And…

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