Stone Age People’s Fascination With Elk Teeth Pendants Examined
Friday, January 15, 2021 - 22:03

Seeking to unlock the secrets of a long-lost Stone Age society, a team of archaeologists recently performed an in-depth study of more than 4,000 elk teeth pendants currently housed at the Peter The Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography in St. Petersburg, Russia. 

The site of secondary mining of Phosphate rock in Nauru, 2007.        Source: CC BY 2.0
Friday, January 15, 2021 - 19:17

One of the many micro-nations in the Pacific is Nauru, once known as Pleasant Island. This small island has a rich and complex history.

Details of an ancient Roman bronze statue. Credit: giorgio / Adobe Stock
Friday, January 15, 2021 - 19:16

The development of civilization was a long and complex process, and it always rested on industry and technology. As our ancestors stepped from one millennium to another, and the Stone Age evolved further and further...

King John: The Worst Monarch in English History?
Friday, January 15, 2021 - 19:12

When it comes to Kings (and Queens) of England, there is strong competition as to who can claim the title of being the worst in the nation’s long history.

Recreating The Faces Of Two Scythian Empire Rulers With High Tech
Friday, January 15, 2021 - 17:17

High technology has brought back a pair of super wealthy ancient nomadic Scythian Empire nobles discovered in a gold laden tomb in East Siberia. Described as a “Scythian King and Queen,” their skeletons were first discovered by a Russian-German expedition in 1997...

Warty Pig Cave Painting Discovered in Indonesia is a Game Changer
Friday, January 15, 2021 - 14:02

A team of archaeologists researching in Indonesia have come across what they think is the world’s oldest cave painting. The image has now been found to date back 45,500 years, older than any other image of its kind.