When the structure of the Greek Pantheon is analyzed, we see that male gods and female goddesses are constitute important parts of a whole.
Three Museum scientists, Professor Chris Stringer, Dr. Sandra Knapp and Dr. Richard Fortey, were honored in the 2023 New Year’s Honor List.
Leshan Giant Buddha or Chinese name:乐山大佛 (Leshan Dafo) is the best indication that there is no such thing as impossible when a man believes.
The name of the sport in ancient Greece was Episkyros. A football game called episkyros was played in ancient Greece between two teams.
One of the most remarkable archaeological sites in Greece is the Dispilio Prehistoric Settlement, which is located close to Kastoria.
Babylon is an empire that was founded around the city of Babylon in Mesopotamia in 1894 BC, covering the lands of Sumer and Akkad. The center of Babylon was located on the present day Iraq. A large part of the Babylonian population has been composed of various Semitic peoples throughout history.
A mystery old fort that was previously only known from a few ancient coins may have been discovered in northern Iraq. Archaeologist Michael Brown of Germany’s Heidelberg University and colleagues believe they have discovered Natounia, a more than 2,000-year-old military and religious complex in the Zagros Mountains.
The Cairo Ministry of Antiquities has uncovered a statue of Alexander the Great within a historic “residential and commercial zone” in Alexandria, which they think was a commerce hub during the Ptolemaic period.
Restoration work on historical and cultural structures in Shusha, Azerbaijan’s cultural center, continues.
A powerful politician, military commander and a dictator… Julius Caesar, who made his name in history, made Rome one of the most powerful empires in the world. Besides, he is regarded as a good orator and a strong writer.