Maps of the extensive Neolithic structures show the new Durrington Shafts feature dwarfing all other ancient developments. Source: © University of Bradford
Tuesday, July 7, 2020 - 05:53

The recent discovery of an enormous ring of cylinder-like pits, each approximately five meters deep and 10 meters in diameter (16.5 by 33 ft), found to surround the henge enclosure of Durrington Walls in southern England

Bladelets and flakes with two pairs of notches interpreted as Neolithic figurines. Source: Kharaysin archaeological team / Antiquity Publications Ltd
Tuesday, July 7, 2020 - 02:01

The historical time period for the mid-9th millennium BC onwards is known as the early Neolithic. At this time in the Near East human iconography began expanding, but archaeological theories to account for this development have been non-existent, until now.

Mongolian horseman in Avraga, where Genghis Khan’s winter camp ruins were found.           Source: sergelen1 / CC BY 2.0
Monday, July 6, 2020 - 23:00

Australian archaeologists claim to have identified the legendary lost Genghis Khan winter camp. Known as Chinggis Khan in Mongolia, Genghis Khan lived from about 1162 AD until 1227 AD. 

Scene from the tomb of Queen Eurydice, Vergina, Greece (c 340BC) (Public Domain)
Monday, July 6, 2020 - 22:23

Eucleia, the ancient Greek female personification of glory and good repute, is the youngest of the Charites. She was the daughter of Hephaestus and Aglaea, the goddess of splendor and adoration. 

Quantum physics wave particles (pixabay) and writing in the Upanishads, a Hindu text. (Ms Sarah Welch/CC BY SA 4.0)
Monday, July 6, 2020 - 18:35

The ancient Hindu texts known as The Vedas possess elements common to both quantum physics and the concept of Synchronicity.

The Rufus Stone in the New Forest, England, from sometime between 1890 and 1900. (Public Domain)
Monday, July 6, 2020 - 14:00

The Rufus Stone is a memorial in the New Forest, England. The stone is alleged to mark the location where William II, the second Norman king of England, met his death.



Human remains at the necropolis, (2013) Karmir Blur, Armenia (

It is Possibly the Largest Iron Age Necropolis in the Near East But Archaeologists only Have Six Months to Excavate

Rescue archaeology is a common occurrence for those in the field. This time, a team of archaeologists are fighting against time to complete excavations at a 2,600 year old Urartian necropolis in...