In the Norwegian mountains, prehistoric people didn’t merely hunt reindeer. They had also constructed massive fish traps in the lakes, according to discovery.
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.
Archaeologists in Ukraine discovered an abundance of arrowheads, spinning wheels, and ceramic fragments from the late sixth and early fifth centuries B.C., when the region was inhabited by Scythian nomads known for their prowess as mounted archers.
A prehistoric grave with 169 gold rings was found close to the Biharia community in Bihor County, Criana, Romania by archaeologists. The finding was uncovered while building a new road that links the city of Oradea with the A3 freeway.
Ceramics and daily use items from the Turkish period unearthed in the ancient city of Stratonikeia in Muğla.
During the Bronze Age, Montale in northern Italy may have been one of Europe’s first sites for wool manufacture and textile. It’s also possible that production was done on a large scale. Let’s have a look at this creation.