The earliest known figural art from Greece was once thought to be from the Neolithic (8,500 to 5,000 years ago). New research on old data […]
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- That's interesting, imho you exemplify a common strategy of reasoning among archaeologists. You start with what we know about ancient…
- I think the answer for the questions you have about the skulls and the stonework is a question itself. Namely,…
- Thanks for the elaborations.You made me order Tiesler's book btw... People like Foerster, von Däniken or Hancock…