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Gilded silver dragons found tombs of Xiongnu aristocrat in Mongolia

Gilded silver dragons found tombs of Xiongnu aristocrat in Mongolia

Archaeologists says; This kind of arrangement was found for the first time in the tombs of Xiongnu aristocrats... The bottom of the coffin is covered with a layer of fabric, followed by a layer of unhusked millet, with a small amount of chenopodium,…

6600-year-old ceramic woman figurine Found in Varna in Bulgaria

6600-year-old ceramic woman figurine Found in Varna in Bulgaria

The complete statue is thought to have stood about a foot tall when it was crafted sometime in the brief Middle Chalcolithic period, between 4700 and 4600 B.C. The newly discovered prehistoric figurine is deemed a very valuable find because of the…

An ultimate key to Bronze Age tin provenance?

An ultimate key to Bronze Age tin provenance?

The enigma of Bronze Age tin: Using methods of the natural sciences, they examined the tin from the second millennium BCE found at archaeological sites in Israel, Turkey, and Greece. These findings are of great importance for the archaeological…

Is this study checkmate for the Anatolian hypothesis?

Is this study checkmate for the Anatolian hypothesis?

Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Broad Institute researcher David Reich commented on the oldest ancient DNA Study made about the prehistory of South and Central Asia and arguesed: We can rule out a large-scale spread of farmers with Anatolian…

Palaiologos signet gold ring and goblet of tears found in Bulgaria

Palaiologos signet gold ring and goblet of tears found in Bulgaria

Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered the tomb of a previously-unknown 14th-century aristocrat, a descendant of the Byzantine Palaiologos dynasty, at the Kaliakra fortress on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, the National History Museum said on August…

When did the Vikings come to Ireland?

When did the Vikings come to Ireland?

Viking migrations occurred following a 300-year period of population decrease in Ireland. This new, data-driven synthesis of the archaeological record contrasts with previous accounts of early medieval Ireland as a period of ever-growing expansion…

A Church of the Visigothic period found in the Sierra de Madrid

A Church of the Visigothic period found in the Sierra de Madrid

In contrast to other known rural churches, the tombs had not been plundered, but were in an excellent state of preservation, and an unaltered and perfectly recorded stratigraphy of occupation of the nave has been documented that allows the original…

New archaeological sources on Despotiko island in Greece

New archaeological sources on Despotiko island in Greece

New finds that complete the picture on the buildings' architecture around the Apollo temple on the uninhabited island of Despotiko, west of Antiparos island revealed excavations and restoration works that were held recently on the island.

Portraits of the Celts from Kernstrasse in Zurich

Portraits of the Celts from Kernstrasse in Zurich

Finds from Celtic grave found in Zurich analyzed. The now completed interdisciplinary evaluation of the archaeology department of the city of Zurich paints a fairly accurate picture of the deceased.

Secrets of a Old Babylonian Villa in Ur City

Secrets of a Old Babylonian Villa in Ur City

Archaeological Finds tell who the owner of Babylonian Villa was. His name was Sîn-nada, and he was essentially high priest and managing director of the second most important temple in Ur, an office which made him a personage of considerable…

It may be one of the oldest churches or a Zoroastrian fire temple

It may be one of the oldest churches or a Zoroastrian fire temple

The Source presents the test experiment to investigate one of UNESCO’s (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) world heritage objects, an archaeological site in the Naryn-Kala citadel (Derbent, Republic of Dagestan, Russian…