How much loger will indigenous communities last?

(blog post 4) Nature plays a very important role in the way that our world works, but what if climate takes turn a turn for the worse? There are many cities, civilizations, and societies that depend on good climate and natural resources. Ancient civilizations that lay on the edge of water or societies that depend…

Were there Animal Mummies?

(blog post 2) There are many forms of representations whether if its through a form of writing, painting, statues, or language. Egypt has a very rich history and the Egyptian civilization has left behind numerous of representations throughout the years. One popular belief is the belief that mummies once were a part of Egypt. We…

The Power of the Tombs

It’s a tradition for many ancient history civilizations to show their respect for a once powerful leader or ruler by building magnificent world marvel tombs for these once all powerful leaders. Thus the opening of a recently discovered Etruscan tomb 50 miles north of Rome has opened the door to new possibilities regarding the Etruscan…

Newest discovery in ancient Greece city

  In a recent excavation over the summer, Jacques Perreault, a Professor at the University of Montreal’s Centre of Classical Studies, made a new discovery to one of the Greece’s oldest and most ancient colonies. According to the article from sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/10/131009100113.html the 2,700 year old portico was found in northern Greece, in the former ancient…

The Mystery Behind The Infamous Terracotta Army

One of the most infamous structures to ever be discovered during the twentieth century is the thousands of soldiered statues found in China. Ever imagine walking into a place full of a thousand tall standing soldiers staring at you? The Terracotta Army which was discovered in 1974 in Xianyan, China features more than seven thousand…