Saturday, June 22, 2024
Among the most striking discoveries at the giant Roman necropolis in France, formerly known as Narbo Martius, are a marble ossuary chest, a marble altar bearing the name Tulia Flavina, a collection of glass perfume vials—often employed...
According to the Jeddah Historic District Program, over 25,000 artifacts were unearthed in the historic Saudi Arabian city of Jeddah. In the second-biggest Saudi city, archaeologists have found some...
Khopesh - The Lethal Blade Paving the Way for the Egyptian Empire: Despite its profound ties to Egypt, the khopesh did not originate within its borders. Mesopotamia took the lead in crafting the earliest forms of the...
The great mystery left behind in Xi'an by China's First Emperor Qin Shi Huang within his tomb remains unsolved, as the latest suggestion to use muons for extremely accurate X-ray imaging has not yet been approved.
Researchers from Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) have found an ancient Mayan city in southern Mexico. Archeologists in Mexico have discovered a historical surprise in the...
The discovery of a Buddha Statue by a Polish-US mission points to ancient civilizational links between India and Egypt. India's Buddhist traditions left their trail of ascetic uniqueness in ancient Egypt. A statue of...
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is reportedly leading efforts to reclaim all objects 'trafficked' out of India since Independence and plans the repatriation of the famous Kohinoor Diamond from the UK. The Narendra...
Archaeologists from the University of Zadar in Croatia have found a 7000-year-old road inside the sea, linking the Croatian island of Korcula's coast with the submerged prehistoric town of the Hvar culture. One of...
Anthropologists John Linden and Victoria Bricker from Tulane University think they've finally figured out how a Maya calendar works, as they believe the calendar worked over a period of not 819 days, but 45 years.
According to a report by Ancient Origins, an ancient underwater temple dedicated to the god Dushara has been found off the coast of Naples. It is believed to date back to a time when Nabataean people lived...