Art & Culture
Breathtaking Archeological Discoveries That Unlock The Past
By Marc Gordon - October 24, 2021

Archeology is one of the main studies humans have to get deeper insights into our past.  If we dig a bit into history, we can discover what life looked like hundreds of thousands of years ago. It’s truly remarkable to see through artifacts how humanity has evolved over time. Sure, science continues to advance with new technologies and inventions, and as humans, we are always looking for the next big development in mankind. But if we take a look at some of the discovered artifacts of our past, it is evident that they are incredibly valuable to this day and speak louder than words. Although they may be centuries old, they still surprise us today. Let’s take a look at some of the most breathtaking archeological finds from around the world.

A 3400-Year-Old Painter’s Palette From Ancient Egypt Still Contains Traces of Pigment And Belonged To Pharaoh Amenhotep III

This ancient artist’s palette is made from just one single piece of ivory. This palette has been so well preserved, it still contains remnants of pigments like green, blue, yellow, red, black, and brown. This artifact is just one example of how the North African civilization of ancient Egypt was paving the way in the field of arts.