The importance of the Aegean Mesolithic & the implications of the most recent findings – No “massive migration from the East” appears to have been responsible for the “Neolithization” of the Greek peninsula and the Aegean

In this post we present very important information, sourced from official publications, on the Aegean Mesolithic (9th-8th mil. BC). Continue reading “The importance of the Aegean Mesolithic & the implications of the most recent findings – No “massive migration from the East” appears to have been responsible for the “Neolithization” of the Greek peninsula and the Aegean”

The Mesolithic & Neolithic Aegeans must have had proper ships and not just primitive rafts and canoes; a crucial find from Franchthi Cave

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”

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