The inscription was unearthed near what appears to be a monumentally-large bathhouse which was in use until the sixth century
Acre was a strategically significant Mediterranean port, and controlling it was key to controlling access to the rest of the region
But there seem to be quite a few caveats to these claims
Long before...the Game of Thrones!
Exploration of Balamku (Cave of the Jaguar God) reveals ancient religious practices and it may hold clues to the rise and fall of the Maya empire
Uruk is the biblical city of Erech, the second city of the kingdom of Nimrod in Shinar (Genesis 10:10)
It was filled with naphtha, a flammable sticky liquid known as Greek fire, then sealed and thrown at enemies
Researchers investigated a letter from a customs official about a "lost and found" suitcase left at the port of Haifa in 1938!
A pair of "enthusiasts" from the U.K. underground-exploration group Subterranea Britannica spotted the marks during a cave tour
The bed's former identity came to light after it was retired from the hotel and discarded in a parking lot!