In this post we present and analyze excerpts from Apollodorus‘ “Library“. Continue reading “Apollodorus’ description of an ancient expedition from the Aegean towards the Eastern Mediterranean which ends with the colonization of Egypt”
In this post we present and analyze excerpts from Aeschylus‘ tragedy “Suppliant Maidens” (or “Suppliant Women“). Continue reading “Aeschylus’ “Suppliant Maidens”: Description of an ancient expedition from the Aegean towards the Eastern Mediterranean which ends with the colonization of Egypt – “Pelasgians”, “Argives” and “Hellenes” were all names of the same, autochthonous people”
In this post you will read how Modern Science has confirmed yet another Aegean Myth. Continue reading “Piraeus had been an island during the Neolithic Age; Modern Science confirms yet another Aegean Myth”
In this post we present information, sourced from officially published material, on Climate Change events in the Aegean Sea, with a special focus on the South Aegean region and the island of Rhodes. Continue reading “Climate instability in the ancient Aegean Sea – Modern Science suggests a series of “Cataclysmic events” during the Early Holocene”
In this post we present and discuss some recent paleogenomic data.
Continue reading “Aegean Neolithic populations have been descendants of local Aegean Mesolithic groups who adopted farming – Direct genetic link between Mediterranean and Central European early farmers and those of Greece and Anatolia”
In this post we present and discuss an excerpt from Diodorus Siculus‘ ‘Library of History‘. Continue reading “Flooding events in the Aegean (c. 9,300yBP – 7,600yBP); the Myth confirmed by Modern Science – Direct and indirect implications”