The Hongshan Culture, which flourished in Northeast China's West Liao River Basin, continues to captivate archaeologists and historians, shedding light on the rich and complex history of ancient China.
The “dead spot” in the Black Sea where scientists found exceptionally well preserved ships as old as 2,400 years
Diving deep into the mysteries of the past, discovery in the depths of the Black Sea unveiled a treasure trove of ancient shipwrecks, dating as far back as 2,400 years, with some ships so well-preserved that the chisel marks of the original builder could still be seen.
The Tel Shimron excavations in Israel have recently revealed a remarkable architectural marvel dating back to 1,800 BC – the well preserved mudbrick structure of hidden passageway.
Mysterious mummies found in Chinese desert have an unexpected origin linked to Siberia and the Americas
Since the late 1990s, the discovery of hundreds of naturally mummified human remains dating to circa 2,000 BCE to 200 CE in the region of Tarim Basin has enthralled researchers with their intriguing combination of Western features and vibrant cultural artifacts.
Approximately 2975 years ago, Pharaoh Siamun governed over Lower Egypt while the Zhou Dynasty ruled in China. Meanwhile, in Israel, Solomon awaited his succession to the throne after David. In the region that we now know as Portugal, the tribes were nearing the conclusion of the Bronze Age. Notably, in the present-day location of Odemira on the southwest coast of Portugal, an unusual and uncommon phenomenon had occurred: an extensive number of bees perished inside their cocoons, their intricate anatomical features impeccably preserved.
The human history timeline is a chronological summary of the major events and developments in human civilization. It begins with the emergence of early humans and continues through various civilizations, societies, and key milestones such as the invention of writing, the rise and fall of empires, scientific advancements, and significant cultural and political movements.
The history of Earth is a fascinating tale of constant change and evolution. Over billions of years, the planet has undergone dramatic transformations, shaped by geological forces and the emergence of life. To understand this history, scientists have developed a framework known as the geological time scale.
Paleontologists at the University of Queensland, Australia, have stumbled upon what seems to be the closest thing to the real-life dragon and it is as magnificent as it sounds.
The newly discovered species, Prosaurosphargis yingzishanensis, grew to around 5 feet long and was covered in bony scales called osteoderms.
The Oakville Blobs are an unknown, gelatinous, translucent substance that fell from the sky over Oakville, Washington, in 1994, causing mysterious sickness that plagued the town and sparking speculation about their origin.
The Rock Wall of Texas: Is it really older than any known human civilization on Earth?
The mysterious disappearance of Bryce Laspisa: A decade of unanswered questions
Ararat anomaly: Is the southern slope of Mount Ararat the resting place of Noah’s Ark?
El Tajín: The lost city of the “Thunder” and a mysterious people