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By The Dispatch On Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017
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Parker Schnabel to be center of focus for Discovery’s ‘Gold Rush Parker’s Trail’ starting March 31

Parker Schnabel of Discovery GOLD RUSH fame is about to attempt one of the most treacherous journeys of his life – by tackling the legendary Klondike Gold Rush trail. Between 1896 and 1899, more than 100,000 brave More...

By Guest Author On Tuesday, October 25th, 2016
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Who Are the Lemurians of Mt. Shasta?

While there are cultures that have myths based on archaeological findings or oral traditions passed down through the centuries, sometimes we come up against a myth that simply surfaced in relatively modern times More...

By The Dispatch On Sunday, July 17th, 2016
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Brazilian capuchins have been using stone tools to crack nuts for 100s of years: Oxford researchers

New archaeological evidence suggests that Brazilian capuchins have been using stone tools to crack open cashew nuts for at least 700 years. Researchers say, to date, they have found the earliest archaeological examples More...

By Sierra Jones On Tuesday, March 1st, 2016
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New archaeological find suggests Jerusalem settlement 7000 years ago

Archaeologists have uncovered a 7,000-year-old settlement in the north part of Jerusalem, a discovery which the Israel Antiquities Authority called “highly significant.” Dated to the Copper Age of the fifth More...

By Sierra Jones On Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016
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First century Jewish documents found in Zippori, disproves Palestinian accounts

Archaeologists in Israel have uncovered ancient epitaphs in both Greek and Aramaic which date back to the first century. These inscriptions were found in a cemetery which is located in the ancient Galilean capital More...

By Sierra Jones On Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016
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Anthony Wile Highlights Colombia’s Well-Deserved Cultural Resurgence

Colombia has fully emerged from its decades of drug-war driven internal strife and as the clouds part, beauty well beyond just the region’s world-renowned gorgeous women is emerging from the shadows. Businesses More...

By Brandon Jones On Monday, July 13th, 2015
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Mehgan Heaney-Grier previews Discovery Channel’s ‘Treasure Quest Snake Island’

Dive Master and Women’s Diver’s Hall of Fame member Mehgan Heaney-Grier previewed Discovery Channel’s new adventure series: Treasure Quest: Snake Island. Talking with Dispatch Radio in an exclusive More...

By Brandon Jones On Thursday, May 21st, 2015
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ISIS now controls Palmyra in Syria

ISIS shocked the world with the capture of Syria’s ancient city of Palmyra threatens a UNESCO World Heritage Site described as having “stood at the crossroads of several civilizations,” with its More...

By Butter Bracco On Monday, April 27th, 2015
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First Temple era pottery, Ostracon, confirms Bible, Book of Jeremiah

Archaeologists, meteorologists and physicists in Israel are working to decipher the meaning of inscriptions found on 2,500-year-old pottery fragments from the First Temple-era. The fragment is known as ostracon. More More...

By The Dispatch On Saturday, March 21st, 2015
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Biblical artifact exhibit, Passages, comes to California for Easter

Passages, a 30,000-square-foot, interactive, traveling exhibit on the history of the Bible, launches in Santa Clarita on April 3, Easter weekend. Called “a sampler of Jewish, Roman Catholic and Protestant treasures” More...

By Laura Jones On Wednesday, March 11th, 2015
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ISIS destroys the ancient cities Khorsabad, Nimrud, Hatra in ‘war crime’

ISIS has destroyed three ancient Iraqi cities over the course of three days, according to reports. The Sunni terrorists conquered Khorsabad, an ancient village that was founded in approximately 720 BC, which followed More...

By Brandon Jones On Monday, February 16th, 2015
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This Day in History: King Tut’s tomb is opened

On this day in 1923, in Thebes, Egypt, English archaeologist Howard Carter enters the sealed burial chamber of the ancient Egyptian ruler King Tutankhamen, who had died when he was still a teenager. Carter’s More...

By Brandon Jones On Wednesday, January 21st, 2015
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‘Patterns of Evidence: Exodus’ review: New analysis puts pressure on science for truth

Filmmaker Tim Mahoney calls into question hundreds of years of archeological discoveries that suggest there is no evidence of the biblical Exodus. The film, Patterns of Evidence: Exodus, was screened in select theaters More...

By The Dispatch On Thursday, December 18th, 2014
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Discovery’s ‘Red Planet Rover’ brings Mars exploration to life

It’s a stunning breakthrough that will forever change the way we look at the world: on Tuesday, NASA announced that the Curiosity rover found organics on Mars, the necessary building blocks of life. Discovery More...

By Laura Jones On Tuesday, July 29th, 2014
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Lawsuit: Cal State fired Dr Mark Armitage, research pointed to Creationism

A scientist at California State University has reportedly filed a lawsuit after been terminated because his research supports creationism. The lawsuits says the university discriminated against his religious beliefs More...

By Laura Jones On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014
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Muslim extremists, ISIS claim they have destroyed Jonah’s tomb in Ninevah

The famous Old Testament prophet Jonah’s resting place has been under attack by Muslim extremists who say they’ve destroyed his tomb in the Iraqi province of Ninevah. ISIS terrorists continue to demolish More...

By Brandon Jones On Tuesday, June 24th, 2014
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Ted Wright discusses the global flood in Bible, apologetics and discovering the city Ai

Working with the author of I Don’t Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist, Frank Turek, Ted Wright brings his background as a trained archaeologist to the apologetics arena.  Talking with The Global Dispatch’s More...

By Brandon Jones On Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
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Archaeologist finds Citadel of King David, compares to ‘Bible perfectly.’

An Israeli archaeologist claims he has found the Citadel which was captured by King David in his conquest of Jerusalem, Christian Today reportsed Tuesday. Archaeologist Eli Shukron told the Washington Post that More...

By Laura Jones On Friday, May 2nd, 2014
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Josep Padro, archaeology team in Egypt find early portraint of Jesus Christ

Photo courtesy of the University of Barcelona. A group of Spanish archaeologists working in Egypt has found a portrait next to a tomb some are saying could be an early depiction of Jesus Christ. According to the More...

By Laura Jones On Friday, January 24th, 2014
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Byzantine era, Sixth century church discovered in Israel with monograph of Jesus Christ

Israeli archaeologists have uncovered a 1,500-year-old church from the Byzantine era. The team of Israeli Antiquities Authority archaeologists discovered the church in a pre-construction evacuation, mandated by More...


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