This post is mostly a photographic presentation of monuments from Umm Qais, Jordan. Continue reading “Monuments from Umm Qais, Jordan”
This post is mostly a photographic presentation of monuments from Palenque, Mexico. Continue reading “Monuments from Palenque, Mexico”
Trepanation is defined as the removal of a bone piece of the skull of a living individual without penetration of the underlying soft tissues. Trepanation is accepted as the oldest form of surgical operation. Continue reading “Trepanation in Anatolia, Turkey: From the Neolithic to the Middle Ages”
Our knowledge about the very beginnings of the Early Neolithic is very limited; one or two sites can be ascribed to this period: Vlusha in the south-central part of Albania, and Konispol on the southwest coast. Continue reading “The Early Neolithic in Albania”
This post is a presentation of information on the very interesting discovery of a, 7,000 years old, submerged sea-wall at Tel Hreiz, Israel.
Continue reading “A 7,000 years old submerged coastal defence attempt (sea-wall) found at Tel Hreiz, Israel”
In this post we present selected parts of the very interesting paper titled “Harbours and Coastal Military Bases in Egypt in the Second Millennium B.C. . Avaris, Peru-nefer, Pi-Ramesse“, by Manfred Bietak, sourced from the impressive collective work titled “The Nile-Natural and Cultural Landscape in Egypt” (2017). Continue reading “Naval bases in 2nd millenium B.C. Egypt”