Izmirictis cani, Feliformia-Lophocyonidae is a suborder consisting of cat-like predators within the order Carnivora.
The Libicka Road as it was called, is vaguely mentioned in one ancient chronicle. And the 19th-century amateur historian, from the nearby town of Zdar nad Sazavou, was sure that the local Cistercian Monastery was built here in the 13th century…
The ancient Lydian capital of Sardis was a keystone of western Asia Minor and one of the most important political centers of the Aegean and Near Eastern worlds.
Milk proteins preserved in dental calculus indicate an early focus on Western domesticated ruminants rather than local species, but genetic ancestry analysis indicates minimal admixture with Western steppe herders, suggesting that dairy pastoralism…
Recreating the sound of the Islamic past of the Mosque of Cordoba. Based on the onsite acoustic measurements carried out in its current state as Mosque-Cathedral, the original state of the Mosque has been reconstructed in the different spatial…
Recent archaeological survey reveals a millennia-long history of pastoral occupation of Alay from the early Bronze Age through the Medieval period, and a stratified Holocene sequence at the site of Chegirtke Cave.
Archaeological excavations around the Haydarpaşa Train Station in Istanbul have unearthed a skeleton. A nearly-intact skeleton wearing a scented necklace, believed to be some 1,000 years old, was found Thursday, the latest discovery at the site.
Humans may have started growing cacao trees -- the source of chocolate -- about 3,600 years ago in Central America, a study has found. Cacao analysis dates the dawn of domesticated chocolate trees to 3,600 years ago
The bronze dagger was particularly well preserved and was handed to the Regional Monument Board in Banská Bystrica.
The seal - dating back to 7,000 BC - was uncovered in excavations at Yumuktepe Höyük, located four kilometers west of the city center.
Excavations of The University of Cyprus at the Laona tumulus
New evidence from Therasia alters date of Santorini explosion
Thomas Stöllner is expert on the archaeology of salt mines and has been conducting research in Iran for 17 years. He has been involved in the Chehrābād project since 2005.
A Byzantine tower in the centre of Istanbul has collapsed while deep cracks have also appeared in the adjacent sections of the ancient walls.
Archaeological excavations at Croatia's Vinkovci site completed
Evolutionary Transition in the Late Neogene Planktonic Foraminiferal Genus Truncorotalia... Evolution of planktonic foraminiferal anatomy across Miocene/Pliocene boundary.