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Social changes Exploring in Jordans early Islamic era

Social changes Exploring in Jordan's early Islamic era

During the Umayyad period, a freed slave would become a “mawla” (client) of their former master, and non-Arab converts would become the client of the person who witnessed their conversion, said a British historian.

Greek archaeologistss concerns for Hagia Sophia of Trabzon

Greek archaeologists's concerns for Hagia Sophia of Trabzon

The association of Greek archaeologists sent a letter to the Greek and Turkish culture ministries and UNESCO. Greek archaeologists have expressed concern over the limited access that visitors have to the Hagia Sophia monument in Trabzon, northeast…

Neanderthals had high birth rate

Neanderthals had high birth rate

Using computer simulations to discover where Neanderthals lived. Archaeologist Fulco Sherjon has used computer simulations to identify where and how Neanderthals lived in West Europe. What stood out was that they probably had lots of children and…

Well-Preserved Meteorite Collection Found In Atacama Desert

Well-Preserved Meteorite Collection Found In Atacama Desert

Oldest meteorite collection found in the Atacama Desert... 222 meteorites larger than 10 g per squared kilometer per million year... Researchers have uncovered a wealth of well-preserved meteorites that allowed them to reconstruct the rate of falling…

A Denisovan fossil was discovered on Tibetan Plateau

A Denisovan fossil was discovered on Tibetan Plateau

The jawbone, discovered high on the Tibetan Plateau and dated to more than 160,000 years ago, is also the first Denisovan specimen found outside the Siberian cave in which the hominin was uncovered a decade ago.

Metal workshop from Indo-Greek era discovered in Pakistan

Metal workshop from Indo-Greek era discovered in Pakistan

Pakistani archaeologists claimed that they have discovered remains of metal workshops from the Indo-Greek period dating back to the 2nd century BCE. Meanwhile, Mohammad Naeem, an archaeological surveyor, said that “as compared to Buddhist sites that…