The 10 Most Unusual Archaeological Discoveries

The 10 Most Unusual Archaeological Discoveries
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 In 2014, there were several discoveries that made the world look at a specific place, however, in terms of archeology, few of them were disseminated.

Among them is the famous Tunnel to the Underworld of Teotihuacan and the various tombs found in Egypt …

In the case of Mexico, the most listened to was, of course, the Underworld Tunnel that is located under the Temple of the Plumed Serpent, in Teotihuacan, but during the 12 long months of 2014, there were many others equal or more spectacular.

As the National Geographic website mentions, some of the most surprising archaeological finds that have been released in 2014, from countries such as Spain, Italy, England, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Mexico, Peru and China …

In this sense, in our site, we have retaken the list, and we invite you to know these impressive discoveries in our next photo gallery.

1. The footsteps of Happisburgh

Found on the coast of Happisburgh, east of England, they were made by a group of individuals as they moved through the mud of an already extinct estuary. The surface that hardened and disappeared under the sea. It is the first evidence of hominini traces outside of Africa.

 The 10 Most Unusual Archaeological Discoveries
The footsteps of Happisburgh
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