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57 ancient tombs discovered in China

57 ancient tombs discovered in China

Archaeological items have been found in 57 ancient tombs in south China's Guangdong Province, a local cultural heritage and archaeology institute explained.

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.

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,…

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…

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…

Maritime Silk Road 500 years older than thought

Maritime Silk Road 500 years older than thought

Chinese ceramic sherds dating to the Tang and Song dynasties (9th to 11th centuries AD) that have been recovered in Spain proved that trade links already existed between China and Western Europe along the Maritime Silk Road at that time.

Dairy production was established on the Eastern steppe by 1300 BCE

Dairy production was established on the Eastern steppe by 1300 BCE

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…

Early pastoral economies along the Ancient Silk Road

Early pastoral economies along the Ancient Silk Road

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.