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Washing Up Wasn’t Enough: Evidence of 8.2 ka Climate Event Found in Çatalhöyük Cooking Pots

Washing Up Wasn’t Enough: Evidence of 8.2 ka Climate Event Found in Çatalhöyük Cooking Pots

Neolithic cooking pots can tell you a lot about life in the culture that used them; if you have the right tools on hand. New research on such pottery by the University of Bristol has uncovered how early farmers were adapting to climate change 8,200 years ago.

Was the wall of the Second Temple part of the fortification of Jerusalem?

Was the wall of the Second Temple part of the fortification of Jerusalem?

In the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, there is a 1:50 model of Jerusalem from the Roman period (Holyland Model of Jerusalem). There it shows that the Temple was at the edge of the city and seemingly one

Warsaw Pact (1955-1991)

Warsaw Pact (1955-1991)

In the middle of the Cold War, the treaty establishing the Warsaw Pact came into force on May 14, 1955. This military alliance, a socialist counterpart of NATO (created 6 years earlier) then brought together: the USSR, Poland, Albania , the GDR, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary. This pact is a replica of the Paris Agreements (1954), which allow the rearmament of the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) through its integration into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

 The day the South won its freedom (the Cabin of the Century)

The day the South won its freedom (the Cabin of the Century)

France 5 offers on Sundays January 14, 21 and 28 in & 34; La Case du siècle & 34 ;, a documentary series entitled The day the South won its freedom, in three parts: L & 39; Indochine (January 14), L & 39; Algeria (January 21) and L & 39; Afrique française (January 28). Three highlights of decolonization.

Identification of a treacherous general of 17th century China

Identification of a treacherous general of 17th century China

My aunt is part of an informal discussion group interested in the history of China. Apparently, during the Ming dynasty in the 1600s, there was a general whose treachery (I the charge was he was a…

Is there a relationship between Gobekli Tepe and Stonehenge?

Is there a relationship between Gobekli Tepe and Stonehenge?

I was just reading an article about Stonehenge and about how the archaeological community is essentially agreed that the builders were a people who came from Anatolia (Turkey) around 6000 years ago…