A group of archaeologists from UP Diliman (UPD) and the National Museum have discovered new evidence that humans inhabited Pilanduk Cave in Palawan 20,000 to 25,000 years at the height of the last ice age.
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.
It is aimed to reach new information about the traditions of the Hittite civilization with 249 new hieroglyphs (an ancient writing system) discovered in the Yerkapı Tunnel in Hattusa, the capital of the Hittites.
A bronze architectural cladding plate, thought to have been used by the royal family as an ornament on the wall, was found in the room unearthed during the excavations carried out in the Ayanis Castle, built by the Urartians on the hill overlooking Lake Van.
One of only three papyri from that era that have survived is a letter “to Ishmael” that was scrawled in ancient Hebrew script about 2,700 years ago.
In the ancient city of Hadrianaupolis, which was used as a settlement in the Late Chalcolithic, Roman and Early Byzantine periods in the Eskipazar district of Karabuk, an inscription indicating the existence of Asklepios was found. “Asclepius is the god of health in ancient times”
One of the most significant archeological finds in the history of the globe is the discovery of Miltiades’ helmet, who fought at the Battle of Marathon which was discovered in the late nineteenth century.
During the excavations carried out in the Ayanis Castle, which was built by the Urartian King Rusa II on the hill overlooking Lake Van, a new area used as a “garbage” by the royal family in the Urartians was unearthed.
A Viking sword was found in the backyard of the Grønningsæters family home in Møre og Romsdal, one of Norway’s nineteen states.