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Medieval period fortifications from the 5th to the 10th century

20 Jun 2022 4 minute read 2 comments Mask69

To begin with, I must cite some archaeological examples of a chronology similar to the one studied, for the Catalan area. The Castell de Salses, which is located in the Rosselló region, was of great strategic importance at the time. The Castell de le...

The Bedlam Mass Pit

1 May 2022 9 minute read 2 comments Mask69

Introduction The plague is a contagious infectious disease that had its maximum expansion in Europe during the fourteenth centuries and later, more precisely during the years 1346 and 1361, where at least a third of the European population died. This...

Criticism and commentary of the Paleolithic diet

30 Apr 2022 6 minute read 2 comments Mask69

  By Mask69 | "Repost" from Arqueologia y Antropologia | 30 Apr 2028.   $0.99       The Paleo Diet originated in the United States (no grains, legumes or dairy; and abundant in foods of animal and vegetable origin). It has spread throughout Europe; i...

The Dead Sea Scrolls and what they mean for us today.

20 Apr 2022 2 minute read 0 comments The Crypto Bat

The Dead Sea Scrolls; is an important but largely forgotten discovery.Most households had heard of the Dead Sea Scrolls in the late 1900s, but most of that knowledge had not been passed on to the younger generation. Like how the Dead Sea Scrolls were...

(JaiChai) "Roll Your Own - Ancient Cylinder Seal "

2 Feb 2022 1 minute read 0 comments JaiChai

  "Roll Your Own - Ancient Cylinder Seal" 2D .jpg   "A cylinder seal is a small round cylinder, typically about one inch in length, engraved with written characters or figurative scenes or both, used in ancient times to roll an impression onto a two...

The non-protagonists of the history

9 Nov 2021 2 minute read 12 comments Duvinca

Archeology, it is fascinating to be able to dig into our past and unearth treasures and knowledge. And another relevant news arrives, in this case it is Pompeii again, you know, the fascinating Roman city submerged in the ashes of the Vesuvius volcan...

Baia, the ancient Las Vegas city?

29 Aug 2021 1 minute read 10 comments Duvinca

I have seen a new of those that I like the most, curious, surprising, interesting, historical, archaeological... Did you know that there was a city that was like Las Vegas in the Roman Empire? It was the city of Baia, "the city of sin" submerged in...

The Castle of Sanseverino

25 Feb 2021 1 minute read 1 comment fortujohnny

Hi everyone, I created this blog to introduce you to some less famous places in Italy. I want to start by telling you about one of my favorite places, also because it is located near my house. I'm talking about the SanSeverino castle, located in a sm...