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Neolithic era

World’s Oldest Mosaic Uncovered in Central Turkey

The world's oldest mosaic has recently been discovered in Yozgat in central Turkey. Archaeologists excavated the design in Yogat's Sorgun district. The mosaic measures 10 by 23 feet, is comprised of 3,147 stones, and is thought to be over 3,500...

Market Economy Thrived in Ancient Greece 3,000 Years Ago

an international team of researchers claim that market economy thrived in Ancient Greece 3,000 years before previously believed.

Findings in Theopetra Cave Shed Light on Neolithic Era in Greece

The Theopetra Cave in Thessaly was formed in the Upper Cretaceous period, 137,000,000 - 65,000,000 years the present day.

9000 Year Old Shrine, Altar Discovered in Jordan

Archaeologists announced on Tuesday that they discovered a 9000-year-old shrine and altar in the Jordanian desert which was adjacent to an ancient hunting structure that helped Neolithic peoples to hunt gazelles. Wael Abu-Azziza, a Jordanian archaeologist on the French/Jordanian team...

Neolithic-Era Homes, Street Found at Catalhoyuk Site in Turkey

Neolithic-era homes and a street were found during the most recent excavations at Çatalhöyük, in Turkey, near the Greek city of Ikonion.

New Findings in Theopetra Cave Shed Light on Neolithic Era in Greece

The Theopetra Cave in Thessaly was formed in the Upper Cretaceous period, 137,000,000 - 65,000,000 years the present day.

Ancient Object in Greece Baffles Archaeologists

A bird-like statuette in Greece has baffled archaeologists, as its origin and what it depicts remain a mystery. It is estimated that the object that resembles a bird is approximately 7,000 years old. This has led Greek archaeologists  to name...