The discovery of an ancient molar — a tooth that likely belonged to young girl who lived up to 164,000 years ago in a cave in what is now Laos — is new evidence that the mysterious human lineage dubbed the Denisovans, previously known only from caves in Siberia and China, also lived in Southeast Asia, a new study finds.
Although the exact date of construction of the Galata Tower, also known as the Christ Tower, is unknown, it is thought to have occurred in the early 500s AD. The tower, which is the oldest and most important work in the historical Galata region, was utilized for various reasons by Romans, Venetians, Genoese, and Ottomans.
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Researchers have discovered a nearly complete dinosaur fossil dating from about 125 million years ago in northern China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
The earliest farmers came from a combination of two hunter-gatherer populations during a volatile period, not from a single group as one might imagine.
Were Neanderthals really as well adapted to life in the cold as previously assumed, or did they prefer more temperate environmental conditions during the last Ice Age?
Archeologists have discovered hundreds of enormous hunting trenches beneath the Stonehenge landscape, revealing that humans have been using this world-famous prehistoric site for much longer than previously thought.
While excavating trenches in Odessa in preparation for the Russian onslaught, soldiers from the 126th Regional Defense of Ukraine unearthed antique amphorae.
Celts was a tribe that lived in Europe around the first millennium. They left their homeland of Central Europe in 2000 BC. The majority of the people settled in Spain, Gaul, and the British Isles.
An international research team led by the University of Newcastle in England Through his work, Bronze Age daggers were discovered to be employed for processing animal carcasses rather than as non-functional markers of identity and status, as previously assumed.
During the excavations at Karahantepe in Şanlıurfa, special structures contemporaneous with Göbekli Tepe and a human statue with a leopard on its back were discovered. Interesting sculptures discovered have begun to be displayed in the Şanlıurfa Archeology Museum.