The world's biggest triceratops skeleton, known as 'Big John,' sold for $7.7 million (6.6 million euros) on Thursday at a Paris auction house. The enormous skeleton, which is estimated to be over 66 million years old and is more than 60 complete, was fou | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

The world's biggest triceratops skeleton, known as 'Big John,' sold for $7.7 million (6.6 million euros) on Thursday at a Paris auction house. The enormous skeleton, which is estimated to be over 66 million years old and is more than 60 complete, was fou

Archaeologists excavating a Byzantine-period structure in Biblical Bethsaida believe they have found new evidence proving the ancient ruins are of the long-lost Church of the Apostles.

The team unearthed a stunning mosaic flooring made of tiny yellow, red and orange tiles that bear two inscriptions written in ancient Greek.

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