The Chalice Of Lycurgus: a 1,600-year-old Cup of Roman Nanotechnology

The original cup from Lycurgus dates from the 4th century AD, likely taken only on special occasions, showing the king of Thrace, Lycurgus, trapped by vines,

The Chalice Of Lycurgus: a 1,600-year-old Cup of Roman Nanotechnology

Prehistoric Petrospheres: The Carved Stone Balls of Scotland 5,000-2,500 BC

The Prehistoric Petrospheres of Scotland, most commonly known as the Carved Stone Balls, are a mysterious and unique class of objects made of different fine stones, such as sandstone and granite. These rare ancient artifacts were shaped 5000 to 5200 years ago

Greek Wildfire: 7th-Century Napalm

Wildfire is a type of flammable liquid based on arcane knowledge that keeps on spreading and simply cannot be extinguished by conventional means.
But as it happens, that is exactly what Greek Fire, Greek Wildfire: 7th-Century Napalm was all about

Genius of the Ancient World: Hero of Alexandria – 1st Century AD

Hero of Alexandria is frequently regarded as the finest experimental of antiquity, a true Genius of the Ancient World whose mind can only be compared to that of Leonardo da Vinci.

Was the Saqqara Bird an Ancient Egyptian Plane?

Was the Saqqara Bird an Ancient Egyptian Plane?
The Saqqara Bird is a historical object often referred to as an out-of-place artifact, or Oopart, for short. An Oorpart is an artifact that has been dated and known to belong to a historical, archaeological, or paleontological period, but its presence challenges conventional historical chronology because it displays too advanced a technology that was not known to have existed at the time

The Sacred Triangle of Egypt

Egyptian numbering has many features in common with the current numbering system we use. It was based on a decimal system, in which numbers were divided into groups of ten. In a nutshell, the Egyptian number system was a base 10 system.
The Sacred Triangle of Egypt