In this post we present selected parts of the very interesting paper titled “Melian obsidian in NW Turkey: Evidence for early Neolithic trade”, by Catherine Perlès, Turan Takaoğlu and Bernard Gratuze (2011). Continue reading “Melian obsidian in NW Turkey – Neolithic Trade in the Aegean”
In this post we present a collection of information sourced from officially published material on the North African Neolithic. Continue reading “The North African Neolithic & The Aegean Myths”
In this post we present and discuss officially published information on the expansion of the Neolithic Aegeans towards Western Europe & the Western Mediterranean. Continue reading “The Western expansion of the Neolithic Aegeans – Greek Mythology confirmed by Modern Science – Direct and indirect implications”
We discuss here on one of the most important findings reported from Franchthi Cave (Argolis, Greece) during the initial excavations of the famous cave; tuna fish bones nearly 2.5 m. in length and 200 kg. in weight. Strangely enough, this finding seems to be ‘omitted’ on later reports or analyses. Continue reading “The Mesolithic & Neolithic Aegeans must have had proper ships and not just primitive rafts and canoes; a crucial find from Franchthi Cave”
In this post we present evidence of Naval Trade in the Aegean already since the Late Pleistocene. Continue reading “Obsidian dating provides proof for Naval Trade in the Aegean during the Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene (13-10,000 yBP)”
In this post we present and discuss information on the very intriguing subject of possible ancient Transoceanic journeys of the Aegeans towards the American Lands.
Continue reading “Ancient Aegeans in the Americas?”