TEHRAN — Located between the Karkheh and Dez rivers in southwestern Iran, Susa was once one of the most important and glamorous cities of the ancient world. Susa, which has been inhabited for thousands of years, comprises several layers of superimposed urban settlements from the end of the 5th millenniumRead More →

New research from the University of Warwick, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Reichman University, Pompeu Fabra University and the Barcelona School of Economics challenges the conventional theory that the transition from research from food to agriculture has led to the development of complex and hierarchical societies by creating an agriculturalRead More →

Wonderfully, when one watches ancient highways slowly crack and tumble down cliffs to the sea, the concept of “permanent changes in the human landscape” can be seen as illusory. Most of you suffer from the illusion that structures such as poorly placed dwellings, on floodplains or near the ocean[s] areRead More →

Baku, April 1, AZERTAC Located in the Turkish province of Çorum in Central Anatolia, Hattusha (often referred to as the archaeological site of Boğazkale) – the capital of the Hittite civilization was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1986 as a cultural property. Hattusha is a remarkable archaeologicalRead More →

Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting, Dr L Murugan, said that in present times, films are a powerful medium through which the word of India can be conveyed to the world. Dr Murugan was addressing the closing ceremony of the fourth three-day Chitra Bharati Film Festival at RavindraRead More →

Aerial photo taken on Oct. 1, 2021 shows a national forest park in Youyang Tujia and Miao Autonomous County, southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality. (Photo by Ran Chuan/Xinhua) Over the past decade, China has advanced its economy’s green transition under the leadership of President Xi Jinping’s Ecological Civilization Thought, which stemsRead More →

On Her Shoulders will present a virtual reading program: ON THE THIN CRUST OF CIVILIZATION: The Plays of Marita Bonner, Directed by Magaly Colimon-Christopher, via NPTC’s YouTube channel: NewPerspectivesTC. Arminda Thomas provides dramaturgy through The Play in Context, which places the scenarios in their historical time and place. The broadcastRead More →

The Maya civilization once stretched hundreds of miles across Mesoamerica and the Yucatán Peninsula, with bustling cities, a thriving economy, and a booming arts and culture scene. But between the 8th and 10th centuries CE, it suffered from abrupt demographic fluctuations, increased conflicts and abandoned urban centers. Archaeologists and otherRead More →

Wen Yang’s new book, The Logic of Civilization: The Interaction and Evolution of Chinese and Western Civilization. EVERYDAY CHINA Book argues that China cannot be judged through the prism of Western standards, writes David Paul Goldman. According to Professor Wen Yang, the 5,000-year-old Chinese civilization cannot be understood by WesternRead More →

Egypt’s rise was a combination of violence and tactful diplomacy The Narmer palette tells us the story of the unification of Egypt. Image sources: Wikimedia Commons. In 1897, archaeologists Frederic Green and James Quibble made an astonishing discovery during the excavation Temple of Horus in Nekhen, Egypt. They unearthed aRead More →

Using the world’s most sensitive radio telescope, a team of Australian astronomers spent seven hours listening for signs of an alien civilization – but found nothing. Using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) in the Western Australian desert, experts from California’s SETI Institute set out to find “techno-signatures”. Finding these signs,Read More →

By MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) – The Biden administration plans to dramatically expand its efforts to stave off catastrophic wildfires that have scorched parts of the western United States by more aggressively thinning forests around areas called “hot spots.” where nature and neighborhoods collide. As climate changeRead More →

National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. (NMEC) This WAF will run until Wednesday and will be placed under the auspices of the Ministries of Culture, Planning and Economic Development, Tourism and Antiquities, Immigration and Expatriates, Environment and the Department of state of tourism in Cairo, according to a UN press release.Read More →

Last week, we noted that the word civilization refers to the Latin word “civitas” or city. This is why the most basic definition of the word civilization is a society made up of cities. The word civilization and civilized society is used to differentiate between societies which are culturally superiorRead More →

Oakland News Now – “Respect history, respect your civilization”: TV Mohandas Pai on the restoration of Kashi Vishwanath shrine – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content.Read More →

Apart from being a prolific filmmaker, Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri is also known for his motivational speeches on various occasions. The visionary storyteller recently left audiences spellbound at Georgia Tech University in Atlanta (USA) with his admiring speech on “Why is Kashmir important to humanity?” » Vivek and his actor-wife PallaviRead More →

Elon Musk recently said that the decline birth-rate is one of the greatest risks to civilization. Experts fear that the “baby bust” pandemic could lead to an aging population without enough workers. In the eyes of the richest man in the world, one of the greatest threats to civilization isRead More →

People visit the Sanxingdui Museum in Guanghan, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, October 30, 2021.[Photo/Xinhua] Since March of this year, the new dizzying archaeological excavations at the Sanxingdui site have continued to impress the world. Golden masks, sacred bronze trees, bronze altars and many other national level cultural relics showcase theRead More →

A painted pottery jar discovered at the Nanzuo site in Gansu province this year. CHINA DAILY Archaeological ruins some 5,000 years old on the Loess Plateau can provide crucial clues to the beginnings of Chinese civilization. New archaeological excavations this year at the Nanzuo heritage site in Qingyang, Gansu province,Read More →

By PKBalachandran/Daily Mirror Colombo, November 30: The remnants of the Buddhist civilization of Gandhara in Pakistan are a sight to behold, not only for Buddhist pilgrims but also for art lovers. Towering stupas with intricate, realistic carvings depicting various events in the Buddha’s life and past births abound in theRead More →

Some relatively narrow municipal roads, sometimes without a developed pedestrian zone, are considered dangerous because motorists often overspeed. The municipality of Péchabou, aware of this dangerous situation, is studying the question for its reform: Alley Pierre Paul Riquet, Residents worried about the risks, especially for children, have expressed their concernsRead More →

Mexican civilization joins Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition in DLC next week. Forgotten Empires heralded the arrival of Mexican civilization Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition on December 1 as new DLC. The official blurb reads: “In Age III: DE, rising Mexican states may choose to revolt instead ofRead More →

| Xbox Game Studios and Relic Entertainment have added Mexican Civilization to Age Of Empires III: Definitive Edition this week. This is a brand new DLC that brings some battles and other additions to the game from a very specific period of the country’s development as you will experience historicalRead More →

the Giant robot of death is one of the best assets for civilizations seeking a victory of domination in Civilization 6. The RDA is an endgame unit that can do almost anything on the battlefield. GDRs have both close range and ranged attacks, with base stats of 130 and 120Read More →

Civilization VI players have many options when it comes to using siege weapons to break through the city’s defenses. However, the game does not specify how to use these units. If you’re wondering how to use the Siege Tower in Civilization VI, we’ve got you covered. In this guide, we’llRead More →

The project for the digital renewal of ancient Olympia entitled “Ancient Olympia: commonplace” was inaugurated today in the presence of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. The Prime Minister in his speech at the inauguration of the Old Olympia digital renewal project, underlined that “21 months ago, in January 2020, I metRead More →

Part of the visit to NMEC – Min. Tourism & Antiquities CAIRO – October 14, 2021: Continuing his tour in Cairo, Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of South Korea Byung-Seok Park and his accompanying delegation visited the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization and the Complex religions, onRead More →

Human-modified landscapes help birds fly and provide better access to food Man-made landscapes often make it difficult for wildlife unless you are a vulture, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Georgia. Since the late 1960s, researchers have noted a steady increase in populations of blackRead More →

By Jérôme-Mario Utomi This coin stems from three recent developments in the country. The first is the final argument of development-conscious Nigerians that the perennial hemorrhage / crisis of the nation’s leadership is aggregated by a successive deficiency in leadership vision and, in some cases, compounded by the understanding andRead More →

The University of Nicosia announces a call for applications for thirty (30) admission positions for its internationally unique Masters in Greek Civilization (English, Distance Learning Program) for the fall semester 2021. The Masters program at the University of Nicosia explores the multifaceted phenomenon of Greek civilization, both in its diachronicRead More →

Some Indian cities are older than time. Therefore, we need to know what cities are they, and what their history has been! 1. Varanasi (1200 BC-) Varanasi is one of the oldest cities in India and has been a center of religious and cultural activities since the Bronze Age. InRead More →

Carbon dating analysis of rice and soil recovered from an offering pot during excavations at the Sivakalai archaeological site, near Tirunelveli in southern Tamil Nadu, revealed that the Thamirabarani civilization is 3,200 years old. Chief Minister MK Stalin told the assembly that a museum would be set up in TirunelveliRead More →