5,000-year-old wooden boat used by the pharaohs is discovered by French archaeologists
The significant discovery was made in Abu Rawash, west of Cairo, the antiquities ministry said. The six-metre long and 1.5-metre wide boat is believed to be in good condition.
MYCENAE - The Most Powerful Bronze Age Kingdom • Greek Landscapes
Mycenae is one of the most important Bronze Age archaeological sites in Greece. It gave its name to the Mycenaean civilization, and as Homer tells us in the Iliad, its king, Agamemnon, led a thousand ships to conquer Troy. Page ContentsDescription and SignificanceThe Archaeological SiteThe Mycenaean Citadel Outside the CitadelThe Treasury of AtreusMycenae Archaeological MuseumHistoryPracticalitiesOther Places … Continue reading "MYCENAE – The Most Powerful Bronze Age Kingdom"
Ruinas de Palenque:Restos de la Tumba Sagrada Maya del Rey Pakal
El enigma de la tumba de Palenque: En el año 1947, un arqueólogo mexicano, Alberto Ruz L’Huillier (1906-1979), observó una piedra de gran tamaño en el llamado Templo de las Inscripciones...
A desert full of mysteries: the Nazca Lines and beyond - Lonely Planet
The giant animal figures and hundreds of razor-straight lines etched into the sun-baked Pampa Colorada plain near the Peruvian desert town of Nazca…
The World's Largest Rock Art Petroglyph
These amazing engravings were drawn, long before ancient Egypt as we know it existed! They can be found in the heart of what is now the Tenere, in northern Niger, one of the Sahara’s most desolate regions. The carvings are 20 feet in height and consist of two life-size giraffes meticulously carved into the Dabous Rock. First found and recorded in 1987, they are estimated to be between 7-10,000 years old.
Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu | Wanderlusters Travel Blog
Full guide to hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu with day by day stats and photography. All you need to know about this once in a lifetime experience!
15 mind-boggling images of Göbekli Tepe | Ancient Code
As a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, this site may earn from qualifying purchases. We may also earn commissions on purchases from other retail websites.Göbekli Tepe is without a doubt, one of the most enigmatic and mysterious monuments ever found on planet Earth and in this article, we bring you fifteen of...
DİYARBAKIR SURLARI VE HURRİLER
Diyarbakır'ın ilk surları, MÖ.3.000 - 2.000 yıllarında bir Türk kavmi olan Hurriler tarafından yapılmıştır. Diyarbakır bir Hurri kentiydi.... SURLAR: Kentin Roma dönemi öncesi hakkında , MÖ.2000'li yıllarda bölgede Hurrilerin yaşadığı, Hurri kentinin surla çevrili olduğu, MÖ.9.yüzyılda Bit Zamani kabilesinin başkenti olduğu dönemde ise eski surun onarıldığı dışında bir bilgi bulunmamaktadır. Kent tarihine yönelik kapsamlı bilgiler, Roma dönemiyle gün ışığına çıkmaya başlar. Romalı asker…
What is the Ness of Brodgar? Ten essential facts | NorthLink Ferries
Read on for a beginner's guide to the Ness of Brodgar in Orkney, with ten essential facts to help you understand the 5000 year old site!
Mangup Kale Ancient Cave City Hidden In The Crimean Mountains
Mangup Kale is the biggest cavern fortress on the Crimean peninsula. It is located at the top of Mangup Mountain that stands above three picturesque valleys. The plateau, located at the height of almost 600 meters (1,968 feet) above the sea level, has a peculiar form: from above, it looks like a palm with four capes acting as ‘fingers.’ Nature made this area impregnable: on three sides, the plateau is framed by steep precipices, and on the fourth – a deep ravine. According to the 6th-century…
Gobekli Tepe, o templo mais antigo do mundo poderia ser um observatório astronômico? – SoCientífica
Gobekli Tepe é considerado o templo mais antigo do mundo. Ele está localizado na atual Turquia. Qual foi sua função?
Social archaeological approach to nomadism: Scythian Epoch nomads in Tuva, Russia
The focus of this research is preliminary reconstruction of social organization of prehistoric nomads, using categories of mortuary variability. In choosing pastoral nomadism, I consciously target the archaeological research gap, generally reluctant