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© Menahem Kahana A bronze coin 1,850 years old, representing the Roman goddess of the Moon, Luna, at the office of the Antiquities of Antiquities From Israel, on July 26, in Jerusalem a 1,850 -year -old bronze coin, representing the Roman goddess of the Moon, Luna, and "extremely well preserved" was discovered in the sea in Israel, said the 'Antiquities of Israel (IAA).
© Ethan Miller / Getty Images via AFP of new human bones were discovered on Saturday August 6, 2022 in Lake Mead in the United States.
Since May 2022, discoveries of human bones have multiplied in this lake near Las Vegas, Nevada in the United States. Latest: Saturday August 6. The historically low water level due to the drought that strikes this region in the United States could explain these discoveries.
The calm waters of a lake can hide ... corpses. This is in any case what the recent macabre discoveries taught in Lake Mead, known as the most important water reservoir in the United States . Located near Las Vegas, at the junction between Arizona and Nevada, the artificial lake is gradually being a cemetery. This Saturday, August 6, human bones have been discovered for the fourth time since May 2022. A period from which the lake water has gradually evaporated, as drought has settled.
United States: a third body discovered in a dry lake near Las Vegas
due to a chronic drought, the lake is currently losing about thirty centimeters each week © Southern Nevada Water Authority/AP/SIPA of new remains humans were discovered on the dry bank of Lake Mead, near Las Vegas. Macabre - Due to a chronic drought, the lake is currently losing about thirty centimeters each week has been the third time since May.
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Four discoveries in three months
on Saturday, the lake forest guards, as Slate tells, received a call informing them of the presence of human bones. These remains were then recovered by divers from the Metropolitan Police of Las Vegas in the Swim Beach area.
On July 25, human remains had already been found on the same site. Rangers have recovered the bones, which would still be under examination.
On May 1, A skeleton was found in a metallic was on the banks of Lake . According to Las Vegas police, the person found was killed in the 1980s. According to the first results, it would be the skeleton of a man shot down in the head, stuffed in a barrel and thrown away At the bottom of the lake, around forty years ago. It was based on personal effects found with the body that the Las Vegas police estimated that murder dates back to the late 1970s or early 1980s. The police also specified that he could Acting a victim of the underworld, particularly active in the region at that time.
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The German general practitioners have appealed to older population groups to have a fourth time vaccinated against the coronavirus. "The recommendation of the constant vaccination commission provides the framework on which the general practitioners are based," said the federal chairman of the German General Practitioners Association, Ulrich Weigigeldt, the Düsseldorf "Rheinische Post" on Saturday.
Less than a week later, two sisters who were paddle on the lake discovered other bones.
A historic drought
on August 2, 2022, The UN alerted in a press release that the two largest tanks in the United States, Lake Mead and Lake Powell, which provide water and electricity to Millions of people, were about to become dead pools (dead basins).
The satellite images of Lake Mead demonstrate "a striking illustration of climate change and a long-term drought that could be the worst in the west of the United States for twelve centuries", commented NASA in early July in a statement.
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