[ad_1] An aerial photo shows how the “Underwater Forest” helps purify water in Nanhu Lake in Jiaxing, east China’s Zhejiang Province. File photo: Courtesy of CCCC As the COVID-19 pandemic has crippled international travel, a growing number of Chinese infrastructure companies are considering projects related to the “Beautiful China” strategy,Read More →

[ad_1] Winged pectoral goddess (recto); Nubia, Napatan period, reign of Piankhy (Piye), 743-712 BC. earthenware; Museum of Fine Arts, Harvard University — Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition 24.616 Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston “Nubia: treasures of ancient Africa”, now open at the Saint-Louis art museum The buildingRead More →

[ad_1] The latest free update for Civilization VI: a new frontier arrived. Here’s everything you need to know about the Civilization VI April update. For the full patch notes, visit the Steam patch notes here. CIVILIZATION VI SUMMARY OF THE APRIL UPDATE PATCH The Civilization VI A New Frontier theRead More →

[ad_1] Tucker Carlson got embroiled in controversy again after inconsistently denouncing the George Floyd affair. Speaking on Fox News last night, the TV host and political commentator made a number of statements expressing his skepticism about the verdict and suggested that Chauvin had been convicted because jurors were “intimidated” byRead More →

[ad_1] By David K. Johnson, Ph.D., King’s College There are so many alien-themed movies out there that one could be wrong in thinking that alien life is pretty common. But, how many extraterrestrial civilizations could exist in the universe, and what are the chances of finding them, or that theyRead More →

[ad_1] Chinese archaeologists have unearthed hundreds of artifacts at an archaeological site in southwest Sichuan Province, offering glimpses of an ancient civilization dating back more than 3,000 years. More than 500 relics found in Sanxingdui, including fragments of gold and bronze masks as well as ivory and jade items, wereRead More →

[ad_1] Besides monument conservation efforts, the Kirtipurians are at their best to conserve the traditional values ​​of intangible cultural heritages. Many civilizations around the world have disappeared due to natural and man-made disasters that have occurred over time. Even so, the medieval town of Kirtipur survived to help keep theRead More →

[ad_1] Science fiction once belonged to the genre of imaginative literature. Today’s media, in search of intellectual thrills, has encouraged serious people with technological knowledge, industrial intentions and the money to support them to create our first “science factions”. Some men of our civilization (and not women), devoid of ironyRead More →

[ad_1] By Dr Evaggelos Vallianatos In early December 2020, the Greek parliament approved a law for the export of antiquities, including entire museum collections, to museums, institutions and possibly foreign individuals. Export-Sell the treasures of Greek civilization Thanks for reading Hellenic News of America The law would allow these preciousRead More →

[ad_1] Over the past two centuries, Western archaeologists have excavated and studied ancient Mayan sites, comparatively little time has been spent understanding the structures that have allowed cities to function for centuries. “Sadly, there is this legacy of nearly 200 years of people focused on burial chambers, temples and hieroglyphics,”Read More →

[ad_1] Next Generation Civilization Kit 2.0 – 2020 Shea Parametric Ideation Contest. Let’s go parametric To share To share Facebook civilization-kit-sheas-parametric-ideation-competition-2020&via=archdaily”> Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/951756/next-generation-civilization-kit-sheas-parametric-ideation-competition-2020 Call for ideas: Parametric design competition Cities are home to over 50% of the world’s population, which is made up of around sevenRead More →

[ad_1] Archaeologists have taken a leap forward with lidar sensors to unlock hidden settlements buried in dense jungle vegetation. Key points to remember Dense vegetation covered thousands of structures and blocked understanding of the Mayan civilization. Lidar imagery has revealed additional structures and clues about the sophistication and scale ofRead More →

[ad_1] While human civilization has developed in many places around the world, it first appeared thousands of years ago in the ancient Middle East. “We see the first cities, the first scriptures and the first technologies to originate in Mesopotamia,” says Kelly-Anne Diamond, visiting assistant professor of history at theRead More →

[ad_1] Previously published in Spanish in La Jornada, September 22, 2020 | Victor M. Toledo Translated by Jane K. Brundage “The world is at a most dangerous time in human history,” says Noam Chomsky, a leading American intellectual. His statement could not be more daring. Today, in addition to theRead More →

The Civilization series is a fascinating thing. Each new update replaces the old game on Steam’s top 100 most played games list and stays there as more games come and go. I have never known a series as coherent as that. Like Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Sid Meier’s CivilizationRead More →

[ad_1] the environmental and refrigeration civilization garden project was introduced by order Governor of Afyonkarahisar Gökmen Çiçek told members of the press about the “Emre Lake Environment and Phrygian Civilization Garden” project, which will be held in the historic Phrygian Valley in Ä°hsaniye district. Credits have been allocated for theRead More →

Almost simultaneously, when the ancient Egyptians were building their first great pyramids and the Mesopotamians were constructing monumental temples and ziggurats, the Harappans of South Asia were erecting huge fired-brick dwelling complexes and cutting elaborate canal systems. Along with ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, it was one of the first large-scaleRead More →

[ad_1] Doha: The Sheikh Hamad Prize for Translation and International Understanding (SHATIU) annually selects a new language in addition to Arabic and English with the aim of encouraging translation from and into Arabic as well as cultural exchanges between different nations. In its 5th edition, the award selected the MalayalamRead More →

Archaeologists confirmed on Thursday that the Shuanghuaishu site in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan province, was the capital of an ancient “Heluo kingdom” dating back around 5,300 years, testifying to the origin of the Chinese civilization. Gu Wanfa, director of the Zhengzhou Municipal Cultural Relics and Archeology Research Institute, announced aRead More →

Undated file photo provided by Zhengzhou Municipal Institute of Archeology showing painted pottery unearthed at Shuanghuaishu Relic in Gongyi City, central China’s Henan Province. Photo: Xinhua Chinese archaeologists on Thursday announced significant achievements at the Shuanghuaishu site in central China’s Henan Province, providing key evidence for the origin of ChineseRead More →

Buses in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, are not going anywhere due to the COVID-19 lockdown. Carlton Reid Maintaining public transit during the coronavirus pandemic could prevent the collapse of civilization, says an urban planner Jarrett Walker. “Buses, trains and subways make urban civilization possible,“wrote Walker of Portland, Oregon, in CityLabRead More →

[ad_1] Governor said it was important to practice the virtues of transparency, efficiency and honesty in higher education institutions Tamil Governor-Chancellor Nadu Banwarilal Purohit said Thursday that “it was a stain on civilization” to see vice-chancellors and university professors prosecuted for corruption. The public and the student community now wantRead More →

[ad_1] An ancient sword was accidentally discovered and opens a whole new chapter in a mysterious lost civilization. The holiday island of Mallorca in Spain is a famous destination for jet-setters, tourists, celebrities and just ordinary people who want a vacation on beautiful beaches under the hot sun. However, itRead More →

[ad_1] To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Sid Meier’s Civilization VI Gathering Storm Full Version Free Download ABOUT THIS CONTENTIn Civilization VI’s second expansion, “The Change of the Wind,” the world players find themselves in will be more active than ever. Develop new high-tech and engineering projects, discussRead More →

[ad_1] The fourth International Days of Arab Books and Culture in Turkey open their doors on the theme “Libraries, memory of our civilization”. Many local and foreign academics, academics, publishers and authors will attend the event, where thematic libraries will take center stage. Hosted by the Municipality of Ãœsküdar, theRead More →

Climate change has the potential to have affected ancient civilizations by spurring migrations and shifts in cultivation strategies, and these questions are increasingly relevant as we examine how modern civilization is coping with climate change today. today. An article published today in a special issue of Climate of the pastRead More →

[ad_1] Archaeologists have found more than 15 mega-monumental temples and 200 obelisks at Göbeklitepe, which is described as the starting point of history by historians. On Monday, the Department of Archeology at Harran University and Chairman of the Regional Committee for the Conservation of Cultural Properties of Åžanlıurfa, Dr MehmetRead More →

[ad_1] For many years, the dominant theory of how the Mycenaean civilization collapsed was that devastating earthquakes led to the destruction of its palaces in the Peloponnese, southern Greece, around 1200 BC. Nonetheless, new evidence suggests that some type of internal uprising or external invasion could have resulted in theRead More →

[ad_1] A separate act proposed for the Integrated Development Committee of the Bagmati Civilization KATMANDU: A separate law is proposed for the effective implementation of the action plan of the Committee for the Integrated Development of the High Power Bagmati Civilization. Representatives of relevant stakeholders stressed the need to introduceRead More →

[ad_1] By Catherine Tsounis The Mycenaean exhibition at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens contains the richest and most important finds of its kind. Guide Antony Fragopoulos from a 2016 tour of classical Greece with his driver George and Matina Choutala with his driver Kosta from a 2015 Macedonian tourRead More →

[ad_1] By Japan K PathakAhmedabad “Future generations of Indians are going to curse us because we have not taken care of our heritage,” said Mr. Madhukar Keshav Dhavalikar, a senior archaeologist at a lecture at the Dr. SR Rao Memorial Foundation at the ‘IIM Ahmedabad. He was speaking this inRead More →