Archeologists discovered a Bronze Age warrior's tomb in southwestern Greece filled with more than 3,500 objects including jewels, weapons, armor and bronze, silver and gold vessels shedding light on a period of history that has divided experts for years.
The pharaohs of ancient Egypt were arguably some of the greatest leaders in human history, reigning over the River Nile for some three thousand years. But for a brief moment there, right in the middle, they lost control of their most fertile lands.
Greek archeologists unearthed an ancient aqueduct and thousands of objects and artifacts dating from Hellenistic and Roman times during the excavations for the expansion of the Athens metro line to Pireaus.
The Iranian Police have arrested a person who had rented a safe deposit box at the vault of a European bank to store valuable Iranian antiques, which have been detected by the International Criminal Police Organization, Interpol.
The Apsara National Authority (ANA), the Cambodian management authority responsible for protecting the Angkor Archeological Park, has unearthed an ancient wall foundation around Lolei Temple that has been buried for more than 100 years under other historic religious constructions following a month of excavation at the site.
Over 10,000 years ago, ancient human settlers began the construction of around 4,700 artificial forest islands in ancient Amazonia, according to the results of a recently-published paper. Archeologists believe that the islands were used for farming, and that they can still be seen to this day, newatlas.com reported.
The amount of information that many people know about the history of the Americas over a thousand years ago remains all too small. And while many historians have worked to correct this — Charles C. Mann’s 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus is a terrific read — there’s still a lot left to learn.