On the shores of the Sea of Galilee, close to Tiberias, ancient islamic mosaics were discovered that provide new insights into life in the Holy Land.
In the lower part of the Urartu castle in the Erciş district of Van, a port with 11 steps emerged as a result of the retreat in the lake.
The fossil was discovered in June in Sima del Elefante (Pit of the Elephant in Spanish), an archeological site in the Atapuerca Mountains close to Burgos in northern Spain that is renowned for its extensive fossil collection.
A young man walking around the ancient marble quarry in the Milas district of Muğla to shoot a social media video found a relief considered to belong to Heracles (Hercules). An investigation into the relief has been initiated.
A marble sundial was found during the excavations in the ancient city of Aizanoi, which is described as the “Second Ephesus” in the Çavdarhisar district of Kütahya.
The Israel Antiquities Authority reported on Sunday that an intact ancient burial cave, which is rare in and of itself, has been unearthed on the southern Israeli coast.
A recent DNA study by an international team of scientists showed when Ancient Greeks colonized Magna Graecia in Italy. Magna Graecia is the name given to the Sicilian and southern Italian coastal regions that were heavily settled by Greek people.
The prehistoric vomit was discovered in the Morrison Formation, a well-known Late Jurassic site noted for its dinosaur bones. Fossils from the late Jurassic era are abundant in this section of sedimentary strata that spans the Western ABD (164 million to 145 million years ago)
Famous Egyptologist Zahi Hawass recently stated that he is confident that a mummy he is currently investigating is that of Queen Nefertiti.
Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, the 9,000-year-old Boncuklu Mound, 9 kilometers from Çatalhöyük, bears the first traces of agriculture and animal husbandry in Anatolia.