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Discoveries of Archeology Has Changed the World’s History. There are many archeological discoveries in this world. Every new archeological discovery always has something to do with the historical record that has been compiled at this time. Because many historical records that later changed because of the discovery of new archeology, which opened a new story and history.

Well, here are 12 archeological discoveries in the world that have finally changed the historical record.

Scrolls of Dead Sea

Discoveries of Archeology Has Changed the World's History

Discoveries of Archeology Has Changed the World’s History

A huge ancient manuscripts collection had been found in some places along with the coast of the north-west coast. Studies show that this scroll is much older than the Old Testament manuscripts for 1,000 years. Because of these texts, the ancient time’s life has been known what it was actually like.

Terracotta Forces

Discoveries of Archeology Has Changed the World's History

Discoveries of Archeology Has Changed the World’s History

In the province of Shaanxi,a local farmer dug a well, then accidentally, in 1947, found thousands of statues of the army. A thousand soldiers of Terracotta rightly stood ahead of the great tomb of ‘Emperor Qin Shi Huang’ guarding it.

Some researchers considered that this form of sculpture had been a measure of the emperor’s humanism. This finding changes the historical record of the Emperor’s habits, who used to order for burying everything in which they thought that they really needed those for their eternity, including his army.

Olduvai Gorge

Discoveries of Archeology Has Changed the World's History

Discoveries of Archeology Has Changed the World’s History

This finding is quite enriching prehistoric findings. Wilhelm Kattwinke, the German entomologist, discovered this archaeology in 1911. He discovered it when feeling down into it while he was catching up with a beautiful butterfly.

Wilhelm Kattwinkel has found three species that were separated from a hominin, including Homo habilis, Australopithecus, and also Homo erectus at the bottom of the abyss. The hipparion remains had also been found at this site.

Antikythera Mechanism

It is one of the famous archeological discoveries. This mechanical device was discovered in 1901 at a shipwreck. It was near the island of Greek. Based on the scientists’ opinion, the Mechanism of Antikythera consisted of minimally 30 teeth of bronze placed in the forward and rear sides.

This tool was used for calculating the planet and star motions. Most scientists perfectly believed that it was actually also used for determining the right date from the Olympics’ beginning: an accurate device with a cycle count of 4 years.

Pompeii

It had been a colony of Roman, the city flourished with ports and resorts leading to various temples, villas, theaters and the sea. The city has a forum, amphitheater, and also basilica. The population of this city was around twenty thousand at the time of the closest Mount Vesuvius eruption, 79 AD,  24th August, which was completely covered in ash and ashes.

In 1599, Domenico Fontan had discovered Pompeii, but excavations began only in 1748. Excavations gave archaeologists a unique and important insight into the life of Roman. It is noted that the discoveries at Pompeii, for the most part, redounded to the imperial style of creation in art.

Old Tooth

An ancient human tooth and finger bone were found in the Denisova Cave near Biysk. Scientists argue that this archeology is more than 50,000 years old.

After much investigation, scientists came to the conclusion that previously unknown types of ancient humans had lived in the Altai region. Researchers tend toward the version that Denisovans have dark skin, as well as dark eyes and hair.

Those are some archeological discoveries that have changed the history of the world