Fossils From Unknown Species Of Human Discovered
Archaeologists have uncovered teeth in China that don’t appear to belong to any known species of Homo—not quite modern humans, not quite Neanderthals. The findings, published in the American Journal o...
Fossils From Unknown Species Of Human Discovered
Archaeologists have uncovered teeth in China that don’t appear to belong to any known species of Homo—not quite modern humans, not quite Neanderthals. The findings, published in the American Journal o...
Pre-Pottery Neolithic B
Pre-Pottery Neolithic B (PPNB) is a division of the Neolithic developed by Kathleen Kenyon during her archaeological excavations at Jericho in the West Bank.Cultural tendencies of this period differ f...
Terengganu Inscription Stone
Terengganu Inscription Stone (Malay: Batu Bersurat Terengganu; Jawi: باتو برسورت ترڠڬانو) is a granite stele carrying Classical Malay inscription in Jawi script that was found in Terengganu, Malay...
Terengganu Inscription Stone - Wikipedia
Zarzian culture
Zarzian culture is an archaeological culture of late Paleolithic and Mesolithic in Iraq, Iran, Central Asia.The period of the culture is estimated about 18,000-8,000 years BC. It was preceded by the...
Zarzian culture - Wikipedia
Institut français du Proche-Orient
The Institut français du Proche-Orient (IFPO), or French Institute of the Near East, is part of the network of French Research Centres abroad. It has branches in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.
The IF...
Assyria
Assyria was a major Mesopotamian East Semitic kingdom, and empire, of the Ancient Near East, existing as an independent state for a period of approximately nineteen centuries from c. 2500 BC to 605 BC...
Assyria - Wikipedia
Storage pit (archaeology)
Storage pits were underground cists used by many people in the past to protect the seeds for the following year's crops and surplus food from being eaten by insects and rodents. The underground pits ...
Storage pit (archaeology) - Wikipedia
Japanese Archaeological Association
The Japanese Archaeological Association (日本考古学協会, Nihon kōkogaku kyōkai) (JAA) was established in 1948 and is a nationwide organization concerned with the archaeology of Japan and the preserva...
Sarah Milledge Nelson
Sarah Milledge Nelson (born 1931) is an American archaeologist and a professor in the Department of Anthropology, University of Denver, United States.Nelson was raised in Florida and obtained her PhD ...
Óc Eo
Óc Eo (French, from Khmer: អូរកែវ, O Keo, "Glass Canal") is an archaeological site in Thoại Sơn District in southern An Giang Province, Vietnam, in the Mekong River Delta. It is also one of the m...
Óc Eo - Wikipedia
Nahal Mishmar
35°21′51.65″E / 31.3809361°N 35.3643472°E / 31.3809361; 35.3643472Nahal Mishmar (Hebrew:נחל משמר; Arabic:مَحْرَس) is one of the smaller seasonal streams in the Judean Desert.<...
Nahal Mishmar - Wikipedia
Cradle of civilization
The cradle of civilization is a term referring to locations identified as the sites of the emergence of civilization.In Western European and Middle Eastern cultures, it has frequently been applied to ...
Cradle of civilization - Wikipedia
Midianite pottery
Midianite pottery, also known as “Qurayya ware” is a ware type found in the Hejaz (northwestern Saudi Arabia), southern and central Jordan, southern Israel and the Sinai, generally dated to the 13th-...
To Yu-ho
To Yu-ho (1 July 1905 – 1982) was a North Korean archaeologist and member of the National People's Assembly of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.To was born and raised in Hamhǔng. He ear...
Alexandria Ariana
62°26′57″E / 34.24246°N 62.44904°E / 34.24246; 62.44904The first of many Alexandrias in the far east of the Macedonian Empire, Alexandria in Ariana was a city in what is now p...
Alexandria Ariana - Wikipedia
Prehistory of Burma
The prehistory of Burma (Myanmar) spanned hundreds of millennia to about 200 BCE. Archaeological evidence shows that the Homo erectus had lived in the region now known as Burma as early as 750,000 yea...
Prehistory of Burma - Wikipedia