2,000-Year-Old Vessel Found 'Sewed' Together with Ropes and Wooden Nails in Croatia Gives Clue on How Ancient Romans Build Ship
The discovery was found in Croatia and the vessel was located at the Porta de Mar archaeological site somewhere around the ancient waterfront of a certain town called Porec, where it had previously sunk right next to this ancient pier.
Discovery Of 3.6-Million-Year-Old Footprint Led To The Revelation Of Our Ancestors’ Sex Lives
With the discovery of the 13 footprints from the five Australopithecus afarensis, does it accurately tell us something about our ancestors’ sex lives before? Did it influence the sex lives that a lot of people are practicing nowadays? Here’s what experts have to say
French wine recipe uncovered - aged for 2,500 years
French wine has been around for 2,500 years - now we know how it got there and why it spread throughout Gaul.
How The Justinianic Plague Changed The World
If it hadn't been for the Justinianic Plague, the world may be a very different place.