dinsdag, juli 16, 2024

    Our Neanderthal ancestors used glue

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    Findings recently published in the journal Science suggest that cavemen were smarter than we thought they were. A study of Neanderthal tools found in...

    The Glasberg (oppidum Glauberg) in Hessen

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    In the past, the Glauberg was also known as the Glasberg (Glass Mountain). This is due to the discovery of an old reinforcement; the...

    Experimental archaeology

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    What is experimental archaeology? This is a branch of science which tests archaeological theories, hypotheses and facts by conducting practical experiments. At the Hunebed Centre...

    The burial mound of the Headman of Drouwen

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    In the Prehistoric Park is a reconstruction of the burial mound of the Headman of Drouwen. The original dates from the Early Bronze Age....

    The Solar and Lunar Calendar of Karahan Tepe

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    Turkey's Stonehenge Article version: 27-03-2024 In the category ‘my hunebed’ we invite people to write about their own personal thoughts about hunebeds and megalithic monuments. Here...

    The Decorated Caves of the Vézère Valley

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    Since 1979 the area known as the “Prehistoric Sites and Decorated Caves of the Vézère Valley” in southwest France has been designated as a...
    Francesco Bandarin [CC BY-SA 3.0-igo (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0-igo)]

    The Caves of Lascaux – UNESCO World Heritage Site

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    The Caves of Lascaux, together with several other prehistoric sites and caves in the Vézère valley in France, have been listed since 1979 as...

    Burial mounds and a chariot grave. Archaeologists discover a Neolithic burial...

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    Dr. Oliver Dietrich ÖffentlichkeitsarbeitLandesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt - Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte Since 2023, archaeologists of the State Office for Heritage Management and Archaeology Saxony-Anhalt...

    Our ancestral home – the origin of mankind

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    Grid reference: 19.4N, 33.7E. This unassuming patch of African desert, about 250 miles north of Khartoum in the Sudan, may be the ancestral homeland...

    Modern-day Spanish megaliths

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    Since prehistoric times, man has had a compulsion to pile one stone on top of another. These man-made piles of carefully-arranged stones, known as...