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23.000 years-old The Venus of Renancourt discovered in France

23.000 years-old The Venus of Renancourt discovered in France

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.

4.000-year-old granaries found in China

4.000-year-old granaries found in China

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.

4.500-year-old grain seeds in province of Bingol in Turkey

4.500-year-old grain seeds in province of Bingol in Turkey

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.

Chichen Itza 400 years older than thought

Chichen Itza 400 years older than thought

The ancient Mayan city of Chichén Itzá was founded at least 400 years earlier than previously thought, according to the head of a team that is exploring and mapping cenotes, or sinkholes, on the Yucatán peninsula.

Huge size 143 new Nazca geoglyphs found in Peru

Huge size 143 new Nazca geoglyphs found in Peru

Through over a decade of fieldwork and the analysis of high-resolution 3D data,a team led by Masato Sakai at Yamagata University in Japan has uncovered 142 new designs, it announced this week.

Archaeologists uncovered 2000-year-old Roman Road in Jerusalem

Archaeologists uncovered 2000-year-old Roman Road in Jerusalem

After six years of extensive archaeological excavations, researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University have uncovered a 220-meter-long section of an ancient street first discovered by British archaeologists in 1894.

Assyrian Astrological Reports is The Earliest Auroral Observations

Assyrian Astrological Reports is The Earliest Auroral Observations

The Assyrian cuneiform tablets let us extend the history of auroral records and solar activity by a century. These cuneiform reports are considered to be the earliest datable records of candidate aurorae and they support the concept of enhanced solar…