2.300-year-old and 21-person family grave found in Assos

In the ancient city of Assos in the Ayvacık district of Çanakkale, the 2,300-year-old family grave, which contained the remains of a skeleton and...

How and Where Did the Hannibal Alps Pass?

For over 2,000 years, historians have been discussing the course of Brahmati general Hannibal's ambition to ambush the Romans in an unprecedented way, as...

Global Economy Emerged Before

New Archaeological Discoveries An international team, taking the energy consumption as its benchmark, has determined that ancient civilizations have been involved in globalization long before...

Large Ancient Cemetery Found in Albania

New Archaeological Discoveries The archaeological findings found during the construction of the gas pipeline in Albania provide important information for the country's 5,000-year history.The construction...

1500-Year-Old ‘Vampire Grave’ Found in Italy

A 10-year-old skeleton in an ancient Roman area in Italy shows that measures have been taken to ensure that the child, who is probably...

Discovered 3,500 years of Spice Use in Indonesia

In a few countries, pumpkin spices, supermarket shelves and restaurant menus, while the Asian Perspectives magazine, an integral part of these spices, as a nutrient known...