The new season excavations started in Dülük Ancient City, which is shown as one of the 25 oldest settlements in the world, and it is aimed to reveal the belief and architectural structure of the period.
Month: August 2022
Archaeologists in Ukraine discovered an abundance of arrowheads, spinning wheels, and ceramic fragments from the late sixth and early fifth centuries B.C., when the region was inhabited by Scythian nomads known for their prowess as mounted archers.
Archaeologists continue to uncover countless evidence of Roman legions’ presence on the Crimean Peninsula.
After stumbling over a fossil that could be 300 million years old, a PEI schoolteacher made the discovery of a lifetime.
Scientists have linked several heatwaves to climate change, and now Switzerland is witnessing an accelerated melting of its alpine glaciers.
The complex and the inscription of İlteriş Kagan, the father of Bilge Kağan and Kül Tigin, were discovered in the Ötüken region of Mongolia.
Archaeologists unearthed hundreds of rare rock crystal quartz shards in western England at a ceremonial site.
Archaeologists in Rahat have discovered an mansion with a finished basement that most likely belonged to a wealthy landowner during the early Islamic Period between two mosques.
The pelvis bone is the largest type of bone in the skeleton. It is an oval-shaped body region located between the hip bones and protecting the abdominal organs. Additionally genes, embryonic tissue samples reveal when the pelvis begins to form during pregnancy.
A freshly unearthed letter confirms long-held concerns 100 years after the discovery of the Tutankhamun’s tomb.