Tag: archaeology

09
Jun
2020
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How to Scour the Landscape for Cultural Heritage From Your Home – Atlas Obscura

Archaeological remains are often closer than you might think—down the street, just next door, right under your…

15
Mar
2020
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THEOI GREEK MYTHOLOGY – Exploring Mythology in Classical Literature & Art

Welcome to the Theoi Project, a site exploring Greek mythology and the gods in classical literature and…

28
Jun
2019
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Found: An Ancient Roman Shipwreck Off the Coast of Cyprus – Atlas Obscura

In the classical age, from the eighth century B.C. to the sixth century A.D., Roman ports dominated…

17
Jan
2018
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Virtual Tours | Destinations | You Go Culture

Each destination is developed on the basis of its important cultural heritage (Myth) and its contemporary life…

25
Sep
2017
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Found: An Iraqi City, Established by Alexander the Great and Forgotten for Millennia – Atlas Obscura

Satellite and drone photos clued archaeologists to its existence.

20
Sep
2017
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Much ado about nothing: ancient Indian text contains earliest zero symbol | Science | The Guardian

Exclusive: one of the greatest conceptual breakthroughs in mathematics has been traced to the Bakhshali manuscript, dating…

13
Sep
2017
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The Ancient Greeks May Have Deliberately Built Temples on Fault Lines – Atlas Obscura

Then again, they may just have an awful lot of both.

26
Aug
2017
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This ancient Babylonian tablet may contain the first evidence of trigonometry | Science | AAAS

Trigonometry, the study of the lengths and angles of triangles, sends most modern high schoolers scurrying to…