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Romanesque-Mudejar excursion from Madrid on Sunday, January 25

Romanesque-Mudejar excursion from Madrid on Sunday, January 25

Do you have a plan for next Sunday, January 25? If you are passionate about architecture, art and history, we have a plan for you: a morning excursion in which we will visit Romanesque-Mudejar monuments of the Community of Madrid Entropía has organized for next Sunday 25 between 9:00 and 14:00 (approximately), a morning excursion to discover Madrid's Romanesque-Mudejar, departing from Plaza de Castilla (Madrid) and touring Talamanca del Jarama and La Cabrera, to return at lunchtime to Plaza de Castilla (Madrid) .

New statue of Ramses II found in Egypt

New statue of Ramses II found in Egypt

Egypt is a country that, having hosted one of the most surprising civilizations, does not stop finding authentic treasures despite the fact that almost 2,000 years have passed since the end of the pharaonic civilization.An excavation mission formed by German and Egyptian teams in the Delta of the Nile, in the city of Tel-Basta has discovered a life-size statue of King Ramses II belonging to the 19th dynasty and carved in red granite.

They find a face carved in a 200-year-old tree in Canada

They find a face carved in a 200-year-old tree in Canada

Forest workers in remote Toba Inlet found a face carved into the trunk of a tree that had been looking out over an ancient valley in the jungle for nearly 200 years. The discovery, which was entirely by chance, was made approximately 60 miles from the entrance and helped settle a question about the geographic limits of the traditional territory of the Klahoose First Nation.

Roman baths of Stratonicea found

Roman baths of Stratonicea found

Roman baths have been found in the ancient city of Stratonicea in the southern province of the Yatağan district in Muğla, Turkey. For this, a 3D method has been used. “We have drawn a plan of the Roman baths in the ancient city. Once the work is finished, I hope that we will be able to access the objects in the bathrooms, ”says Bilal Söğüt, who is in charge of the excavations, and comes from Pamukkale University.

"Out of Africa": the story that is rewritten

Our ancestors may have left Africa sooner than we think, between 62,000 and 95,000 years ago, a new analysis of genetic material from fossil skeletons suggests. The results are in line with previous estimates, but they contradict a more recent study that places the first exodus of humans from Africa at least 200 years ago.

Head of a Roman-Celtic god found in a landfill

Head of a Roman-Celtic god found in a landfill

In an old garbage dump a head carved in stone has been found that could belong to the representation of a Roman god. The piece dates back 1,800 years and was found in Binchester Fort, County Durham, U.K. Durham University archeology student Alex Kirton found the figure buried in the rubbish of what was probably a home of bathrooms.