Mythical Ireland was established in March of the year 2000 by journalist, author and researcher Anthony Murphy. The website represents a journey into the ancient past, and attempts to cast new light on a sometimes obscure period of the early history of Ireland. This exploration takes place through many different disciplines, which include, but are not limited to, archaeology, anthropology, astronomy, mythology, spirituality and geodesy.
May be the best and most authoritative book ever written on Columbus, winner of the 2017 Independent Press Award in World History. The Independent Press Award also named it the "2017 Distinguished Favorite" in Biography: Historical. It had already been named Best History Book of 2016 in the Huffington Post. There are so many extraordinary claims the author makes and yet he meticulously supports them throughout the book, even DNA tests. Every detail is a compelling fact that leaves you begging for the next one as the plot advances.
This is David Grant’s unique ‘backstory’ of Alexander the Great and his successors: the tale of biased eyewitness historians and the story of how rhetoric, romance, philosophy and religion was overlaid on what was written and how.
Immerse yourself in the world of the ancient Maya. Four amazing queens in the Palenque dynasty are brought to life in this historical fiction series. Each queen’s story is told in her own book, through successive generations. Each book stands alone; read them in any sequence. Themes continue from one life to another, but each story is unique with its own characters and plot.
SBRG is an international and interdisciplinary project team of researchers (Italian, Croatian, Serbian, English and Finish members) connected with the University of Trieste (Italy) and researching in anthropology and in archaeoacoustics in Europe. SBRG also investigates on physical phenomena in ancient temples and sites considered sacred from ancient times.
HeritageDaily is an independent online archaeology magazine, dedicated to the heritage and history of the world. HeritageDaily identified the need for a central resource offering the latest archaeological / palaeontological news, journals, articles and press releases.