Archaeologists exploring the Temple of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, found that the place where, according to tradition, was buried, Jesus Christ, has been preserved intact. About it writes National Geographic magazine.
26 Oct with burial bed, the researchers removed the marble slab that was there since at least 1555. It was installed there due to the fact that many pilgrims tried to break off particles of the structures.
Under the slab archaeologists, according to the report, found "a layer of fill material", and when 60 hours of non-stop work it was removed, it opened another marble slab carved on its surface by the cross.
On the night of October 28, a few hours before the end of the period allotted for the opening of the tomb, archaeologists reached the original bed of limestone, which was untouched.
Scientists conducting the study hope to find out why St. Helena, which carried out excavations in Jerusalem in the fourth century, decided that this tomb is the burial place of Christ.
The sepulchre is enclosed within the aedicule (Edicule) — domed chapel made of yellow-pink marble. The current Edicule restored in the years 1809-1810 by the project of the Greek architect, Nicholas Comyn. In this tomb, according to the gospel, Christ was buried after his crucifixion, and on the third day rose again.
Parents who joined Islamist groups, brought from all regions of the country — especially from Chechnya and Dagestan — about 350 children, said the Ombudsman under the RF President on the rights of the child Anna Kuznetsova. So, the lists from Dagestan has over 200 names, and this is only the official data.
Unidentified hackers leaking intimate photos of American actress Anne Hathaway. In some photos it is embodied in society naked man, presumably her husband, actor Adam Shulman. Apparently, the pictures were taken during rest and joint campaigns in a bath.
British and German scientists have decided, in their opinion, the problem glasses. Nobel prize winner Philip Anderson called this problem, actual for the last more than 50 years, "the deepest problem of solid state physics". A study published in the journal Physical Review X.