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13th cannon raised from Blackbeard ship
When the 13th cannon raised from Blackbeard's flagship, Queen Anne's Revenge, came to the surface this morning, researchers at the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources had one question: Was it loaded?Read the rest here.
Revealed, Henry VIII's lost pleasure palace: Amazing scale model recreates Nonsuch Palace more than 300 years after it was destroyed
When it was built, it was hailed as one of the finest buildings of its age – only to be destroyed 150 years later.
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Archaeologists unearth Viking boat burial in Scottish Highlands
British archaeologists have discovered the 1,000-year-old boat burial of a Viking warrior in the Scottish Highlands.Read the rest here.
Pterosaurs 'bigger than previously thought' - scientists discover fossil tooth
The study of a tiny fossil at the Natural History Museum in London has lead scientists to believe the pterosaurs was far bigger than first thought.
Time Capsule With Over 100-Year-Old Germs Found At Former Bellevue Hospital Medical College
In 1897, a time capsule was sealed up and hidden away in the cornerstone of what was Bellevue Hospital Medical College in Manhattan. Now, it has been found.Read the rest here.
PREHISTORIC TEEN GIRL'S GRAVE FOUND NEAR HENGE
Four to five thousand years ago, a wealthy teenage girl was laid to rest in a grave at what archaeologists believe is a newly found henge in Kent, England.
Cannibalism Confirmed Among Ancient Mexican Group
It's long been rumored that an ancient, isolated people in what's now northern Mexico ate their own kind, in the hopes that they'd be able to eat corn later. Read the rest here.
Beheaded Archbishop's Face Revealed
The face of a 14th-century former Archbishop of Canterbury has been revealed 630 years after he was beheaded by angry peasants.