University of Cincinnati archaeologists discovered two large family tombs at Pylos, Greece, strewn with flakes of gold that once lined their walls. The archaeological excavation took more than 18 months
An article published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences with participation by the CENIEH refutes the similarities between the teeth of modern Asians and the Denisovans, an extinct human population that coexisted
Research in ecology and biogeography often assumes that ecological communities are shaped primarily by recent drivers, such as current climate and human activity. Geographically divergent evolutionary and ecological legacies shape mammal…
interesting asseveration: The stones of the Diyarbakır City Walls was dismantled and sold. Architect Arif Ipek warned that if the measures are not taken, the size of the destruction will increase.
The statue is the first rose granite bust of Ramses II found that includes the "ka" symbol, according to a statement from the Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities, which described the find as 'rare'.
The wreckage is believed to have ‘significant archaeological potential, says the paper, and it indicates the importance of the port of Fiscardo at the time.
The findings support existing evidence that the village site of La Consentida was transitioning from a broad, Archaic period (7000-2000 BCE) diet to one based on agriculture.
The cauldron will be exhibited in Van Museum after the restoration. Two of other three pots are exhibited in Germany, while the remaining one is in Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Turkey’s capital Ankara.
An ancient DNA study and carbon-14 test will reveal the exact dates of the skull and femur, as well as the genetic make-up and racial kinships.
Discovered in 2011, during an Inrap diagnostic operation, the site of Amiens-Renancourt 1 has been under full excavation since 2014. During the 2019 season, an exceptional Gravettian “Venus,” some 23,000-years-old, was discovered.
According to an archaeological survey, the site covers 30,000 square metres with the main living area of 5,000 square metres surrounded with rammed earth walls.
Archaeologists have found the first evidence showing Christianity was practised in Bahrain, a discovery which sheds light on a missing part of the country’s history.
The icon dates from the second half of the 16th century and its style features differ significantly from the work of other well-known painters of the Cretan School. These elements are similar to Theotokopoulos’ artistic idiom.
The seeds were initially found in a carbonized form during excavations in the village of Murat in Bingol's Solhan district by a group of archaeologists led by Ziya Kilinc from the Museum Directorate in Elazig province, in neighbouring Bingol.
A museum in the ancient city of Troy -- now in present-day Turkey -- was shortlisted for the European Museum of the Year Award, the Turkish culture and tourism minister said on Friday.
Researchers says 18.000-year-old Wolf-Dog, found in permafrost in Siberia, could be oldest confirmed dog in history. Scientists aren’t sure whether the ‘amazingly well-preserved’ creature is a dog or wolf – presumably because it comes from the point…