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Wendel Noble, Gerald Welch - The Lehi Stone: A Major Archaeological Discovery of the New World album

Wendel Noble, Gerald Welch - The Lehi Stone: A Major Archaeological Discovery of the New World album
Performer: Wendel Noble, Gerald Welch
Genre: Audio
Title: The Lehi Stone: A Major Archaeological Discovery of the New World
FLAC album size: 1584
Style: Religious, Spoken Word, Education

Narrator – Wendel NobleOriginal Music – Gerald Welch. Side 2. The Dream Of Lehi As Found In The Book Of Mormon (8th Chapter Of Nephi). Narrator – Wendel Noble. Marketplace 0 2 For Sale from €1. 0.

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The archaeological discoveries always remind you about the creative mind of our ancestors. Such discoveries are also a great chance to see the centuries of old objects. Here the list of 10 most mysterious archaeological discoveries of all time. 10 Voynich Manuscript. It was in the year 1986 a group of archaeologists discovered a claw of a bird while digging down in a cave in New Zealand. The flesh and muscles are still attached to it. Later, the archaeologist confirmed that it is a foot of extinct wingless bird moa which disappeared from Earth 2000 years before. It is one of the popular UNESCO world heritage site in the country. This ancient mysterious formation have shapes of trapezoids, rectangles, triangles and swirls. By making close observation, you can also spot 70 animals, plant structures and 300 geometrical shapes. The purpose of this lines is still unknown.

The most important discovery, however, was at first glance more mundane: thousands of slabs of baked clay. 2. Tutankhamun’s tomb, Egypt.

2015 was a year when archaeology frequently made headlines around the world, but unfortunately, it was all too often for the same terrible reason. This was the year when ISIS (Islamic State) released their full destructive fury on ancient sites and cultural monuments across Syria and Iraq. But this was also the year that archaeologists triumphed in the field.

A huge number of valuable archaeological discoveries made in different historical periods allowed us to unfold some of the mysteries and secrets of the past we have always been curious about. Today, we at Bright Side invite you to take a look at the most amazing archaeological finds that have drastically changed human history. A huge collection of ancient manuscripts was found in several places along the north-western shore of the Dead Sea. Studies showed that the scrolls are 1,000 years older than the earliest dated manuscript of the Old Testament. Thanks to these texts, we clearly know what life was really like in those ancient times. Behistun Inscription. A description of historical events of the 6th Century BC. The inscription was discovered by an English traveler and adventurer, Robert Sherley, during his diplomatic mission in Persia in 1598.

Fantastic new burial in Greece. The tomb of a warrior who was killed by the slice of a sword has already been discovered in Greece. At least four other people were buried with the warrior. The five people were buried with gold and silver rings, ivory-handled swords, a gold-decorated dagger and many other artifacts. Yet the public never heard a word about this fantastic discovery because the area where the tomb is located has been hit hard by looters. Archaeologists do not want to disclose information about the tomb until excavations are finished and the site can be better secured. The discovery of the 12th cave made headlines around the world, but that find is unlikely to be the end of the story. The team that found the 12th cave is surveying several other caves that could potentially hold additional Dead Sea Scrolls, Live Science has learned.

For many years, it was assumed that the Stonehenge was the oldest temple-like structure in the world but the discovery of this structure in Turkey in the 1960s challenged that assumption. This structure was even older and was dated back 11,000 years

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Side 1 The Lehi Stone: A Major Archaeological Discovery Of The New World
Narrator – Wendel NobleOriginal Music – Gerald Welch
Side 2 The Dream Of Lehi As Found In The Book Of Mormon (8th Chapter Of Nephi)
Narrator – Wendel Noble
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