The first two centuries of the Roman Empire witnessed the establishment and development of a profitable commerce between two great regions of the earth, the Mediterranean countries and India. Continue reading “Rome’s Commerce with India – Travel between Italy and the Near East”
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 information on the very interesting issue of the “Levantine Aurignacian”. Continue reading “The “Levantine Aurignacian”; migration of a European population to the Near East during the Upper Palaeolithic”
In this post we present selected parts of the paper titled “Domestication and early agriculture in the Mediterranean Basin: Origins, diffusion, and impact“, by Melinda A. Zeder, 2008. Continue reading “Domestication and early agriculture in the Mediterranean Basin”