When the structure of the Greek Pantheon is analyzed, we see that male gods and female goddesses are constitute important parts of a whole.
Chile is so environmentally friendly that it has twice been named the World’s Leading Green Destination in the World Travel Awards.
The statue of the “mother goddess Cybele”, believed to be the symbol and protector of abundance and fertility in prehistoric times, will be exhibited in the newly built Afyonkarahisar Museum.
Officials have confirmed that a Biblical site where it’s said that Jesus healed a blind has been made public for the first time in 2000 years.
Tajikistan, a nation in Central Asia, has found ancient Greek alphabet inscriptions on a rock on a mountain.
Three Museum scientists, Professor Chris Stringer, Dr. Sandra Knapp and Dr. Richard Fortey, were honored in the 2023 New Year’s Honor List.
The Pilbara began to form more than 3.6 billion years ago and its vast landscape of deep pindan reds panoramas is an ancient place.
Adar Leibovitch recently photographed a colony of prehistoric triops, that has survived for hundreds of millions of years.
Oregon State University archaeologists have found a collection of projectile points that date from around 15,700 years ago.
A recent study indicates that the fossilized bones of the Microraptor, a bird-like predatory dinosaur, researchers discovered its last meal.