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Tech & Science Mysterious wonders discovered by archaeologists

06:00  21 november  2019
06:00  21 november  2019 Source:   espressocommunication.com

A lion mummy may have been discovered at famed pyramid site

  A lion mummy may have been discovered at famed pyramid site Archaeologists in Egypt have found a large animal mummy that may contain the remains of a lion or lioness. Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities said on Monday the mummy was excavated in Saqqara, a town south of Cairo that was a vast necropolis in antiquity and is home to the famed Step Pyramid.Archeologists frequently find mummified cats, but the recovery of a lion is rare. In 2004, the first lion skeleton was found, revealing the sacred status of the animal during ancient times.

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  Was Paul Gallen vs Barry Hall bad for boxing? © Provided by Perform Media Channels Limited

No, the Paul Gallen vs Barry Hall bout wasn't bad for boxing.

Let's get that out up front.

Bad refereeing and terrible judges are bad for boxing. Fixed fights and dangerous mismatches are bad for boxing. Greedy promoters and thieving managers are bad for boxing.

Two athletes lacing on a pair of gloves and going at it isn't bad for boxing. 

What we saw on Friday night was an entertaining contest between two evenly-matched fighters.

They weren't as skillful or as polished as full time professional boxers, but it was a fun fight to watch and I didn't know who was going to win.

A lion mummy may have been discovered at famed pyramid site

  A lion mummy may have been discovered at famed pyramid site Archaeologists in Egypt have found a large animal mummy that may contain the remains of a lion or lioness. Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities said on Monday the mummy was excavated in Saqqara, a town south of Cairo that was a vast necropolis in antiquity and is home to the famed Step Pyramid.Archeologists frequently find mummified cats, but the recovery of a lion is rare. In 2004, the first lion skeleton was found, revealing the sacred status of the animal during ancient times. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

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That's pretty much all I'm after here. It's also a lot more than you get from a lot of pro boxing matches these days.

Main Event commentator and boxing insider Ben Damon, who had the best seat in house for the heavyweight clash, agrees that it was a close contest.

"I'm a boxing person, so I understand both sides of the Cross Code - or main stream - boxing events," Damon told the Spinning a Yarn Podcast.

"I think stylistically it worked pretty well.

"You had a hugely aggressive, fit, tough dude in Paul Gallen going forward, and you had Barry Hall - the unknown commodity - who we found out had a lot of skill.

"Had he got in early, who knows what he might have done."

A week before 'Code War,' 45-year-old John Hopoate signed on to fight former heavyweight champion of the world Lucas Browne on four days' notice.

Archaeologists found ancient babies wearing skulls like helmets

  Archaeologists found ancient babies wearing skulls like helmets Archaeologists in Ecuador have uncovered the remains of babies buried over 2,000 years ago. It would be an interesting find no matter the context, but these infants are leaving researchers scratching their heads for a very specific reason: The children were buried in “helmets” made from the skulls of other, older children. The discovery is the subject of a new paper published in Latin American Antiquity. The team studying the site, led by Dr. Sara Juengst, was left struggling to explain the symbolism behind the apparently rare custom, as it’s the first time archaeologists have found anything like it.

Some of the most important archaeological discoveries in history are more fascinating than fiction. Here are 20 incredible finds that continue to inspire a sense of wonder and sometimes even outlandish theories. Who knows when the next major discovery will be made!

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Predictably, it ended in a second round knockout in favour of Browne.

How the fight was sanctioned in the first place remains a mystery, and surely it was a worse look for boxing than Gallen vs Hall.

Rather than arguing about the merits - or otherwise - of footy players stepping into the ring, we should be talking about the opportunity it gives others on the card.

In this case, the Moloney brothers Andrew and Jason were able to score classy wins in front of the largest TV audience they've probably ever had.

Jason scored a destructive first round knockout win and Andrew overcame some serious adversity in the fifth round of his main event fight to beat Elton Dharry and raise the interim WBA super flyweight title.

Scientists used artificial intelligence to discover a 2,000 year-old stick figure in Peru's mysterious Nazca Lines

  Scientists used artificial intelligence to discover a 2,000 year-old stick figure in Peru's mysterious Nazca Lines The Nazca Lines are mysterious ancient images carved into the sands of Peru's Nazca Desert, some of which are over 2,000 years old. Although archaeologists have been studying them for over a hundred years, new images are still being discovered which have been obscured over the millennia. Researchers from Yamagata University recently discovered a further 142 formations, one of which was discovered using an IBM Watson, which uses artificial intelligence.The success of the project could help archaeologists find countless more ancient artworks lost to history.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

“When you look at Stonehenge you think, ‘but where are the people?’” said Prof Jacques. “It makes sense that if you want to find the people who built it, the obvious idea is to look for where the water is. Pictures: Mysterious wonders discovered by archaeologists .

In 2001-2003 the archaeologists excavated three cemeteries from this era, uncovering and studying 68 skeletons and the artefacts left in the graves: elaborate In 2009-2016, two more cemeteries were discovered with 130 skeletons and a small number of artefacts. According to the results of the

"I did a lot of media in the lead up to that fight and everyone was asking 'is this bad for boxing?'" Damon said.

"I was like 'hang on, you wouldn't be ringing me to do this interview if they (Gallen and Hall) weren't there.'

"And I wouldn't be able to slip Andrew and Jason's names into every interview if Gallen and Hall weren't on it.

"It was a huge opportunity.

"Jason Moloney made the most of it with a huge body shot stoppage - and he probably fights for a world title next year.

"Andrew put in an incredible performance afterwards and there were still a lot of people watching when that took place.

"It was a huge opportunity for them and they got it."

The key now is making sure some of those casual fans who tuned in for the footy fight stick around to watch the like of the Moloney brothers, Tim Tszyu, Jai Opetaia, Brock Jarvis and Michael Zerafa who are all at the forefront of of this golden age of Australian boxing.

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