New research published in Nature Letters in March shows that complex societies nearly always precede the worship of moralizing gods.
Recent work by archaeologists in Eastern Europe, including Georgia and Germany, suggests that the practice of cranial modification, introduced to the region by the Huns before the Migration Period was a means to convey social identity in borderland regions.
Strontium ratios may need to be reassessed in some reference maps and DNA from historic artifacts show ancestry
Graham Hancock’s new book ‘America Before’ is due out. Here’s a pre-review based on promised content via his website.