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This is how La Bastida developed in the Bronze Age

This is how La Bastida developed in the Bronze Age

How the settlements of the Argaric society (Bronze Age) lived, between 4,220 and 3,550 years ago, is a question that the analyzes of the bones found in the site of La Bastida de Tostana in Murcia have tried to answer. The diet of these towns in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula in the Bronze Age allows us to better discern their subsistence strategies.

Medieval society. What is feudalism?

Medieval society. What is feudalism?

To understand what feudalism is, we must know a little more about the society of the Middle Ages. The manifestations of life and medieval society are marked by two very clear influences, on the one hand, the ancient Christian-Roman, which combines the Greco-Latin aspects and Judeo-Christian, and on the other, the ways of life of the Germanic peoples.

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They find a "city of caves" in Chersonesus (Greek polis in Russia)

“For the first time we investigated an unexplored part of the ancient city, which was behind the fortifications, behind the city wall, but at the same time it was part of this great settlement. Probably, people of not very high social status settled here, or hid themselves ", quotes the statement to the director of the institute, Nikolai Markov.

Borobudur temple history

Borobudur temple history

Borobudur Buddhist Temple is located 42 kilometers from the city of Yogyakarta, isolated in a beautiful plain, in Indonesia, being in turn, the largest Buddhist temple in the world. The name means 'Mountain of accumulation in Bodhisattva states' History of the Borobudur Temple Although it is oriented to Buddhism, its construction was raised with Hindu intentions in 750 AD.

Dinosaurs: Callovosaurus, the Callovian lizard

Dinosaurs: Callovosaurus, the Callovian lizard

Callovosaurus file Translation: Callovian lizard by Alfred Nicholson Leeds Description: Herbivore, bipedal Order: Ornithischia Suborder: Ornithopoda Infrastructure: Iguanodontia Family: Dryosauridae (not confirmed) Height: 1.2 meters Juror, bipedal length: Incomplete fragments: 56.7 kg Calvosaurus known from incomplete fragments to 2.7 meters England, and it was a dinosaur from the Jurassic period.

The Neolithic began in Oceania independently of the rest of the world

The Neolithic began in Oceania independently of the rest of the world

The characteristic social complexities of the Neolithic originated on the island of New Guinea at least 1,000 years earlier than previously believed, say the authors of a study published in the journal Science Advances. It was generally considered that the so-called 'Neolithic transformation' - the emergence of the polished stone industry, the transition to sedentary agriculture, and the sophistication of social organization — had occurred in New Guinea around the year 3.

Who was Pol Pot? Biography of the Cambodian dictator

Who was Pol Pot? Biography of the Cambodian dictator

Pol Pot, whose real name was Saloth Sar, was born on May 19, 1925, he was a Cambodian dictator, leader of the Khmer Rouge, who forged a Maoist style of government in the country. He went down in history as the The main person responsible for the Cambodian genocide and his actions were the reason for the constitution of the International Tribunal that tries the surviving leaders.

The creation myth in Finnish mythology

The creation myth in Finnish mythology

The creation myth in Finnish mythology according to the Kalevala, the book with the Finnish epic, begins when Ilmatar or Luonnotar, left the regions of the celestial vault and threw himself into the sea. The east wind began to blow shaking the waves , at which time the sea fertilized her and while she continued to float, an eagle nestled on her knee, depositing six golden eggs and one iron (according to another version she laid only one egg).

Free online Psychology courses

Free online Psychology courses

Here is a compilation of the best free online Psychology courses. Introduction to Psychology This course tries to answer questions that you have always asked yourself, providing a comprehensive overview of the scientific study of thought and behavior. Taught by: Yale University.

Biography of Eleanor Roosevelt, the great activist for rights

Biography of Eleanor Roosevelt, the great activist for rights

Eleanor Roosevelt ((New York, October 11, 1884 - November 7, 1962), was the wife of the President of the United States Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and has gone down in history as an activist for women's rights and for her role presiding over the United Nations Human Rights Commission after becoming a widow.

Painted figures discovered inside tomb of 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy

Painted figures discovered inside tomb of 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy

A team of archaeologists from the Perth Museum and Art Gallery in Scotland discovered painted figures inside the tomb of an almost 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy - two depictions of the Egyptian goddess Amentit, also known as the ' The one from the West. '' According to a museum statement, the find was made when specialists removed the mummy from the sarcophagus, for the first time in almost a century, to be fully evaluated.

Study of objects allows a better understanding of Etruscan mortuary practices

Study of objects allows a better understanding of Etruscan mortuary practices

In recent months, the Inrap has carried out several excavations in Corsica, discovering in one of them a large Roman and Etruscan necropolis in Aleria, which led to the discovery of an exceptional Etruscan tomb from the end of the 4th century BC This tomb contained more than 200 objects, many of them of great importance, and their study has yielded surprising discoveries.

The 26 Christian martyrs of Japan. The crucifixion of 1597

The 26 Christian martyrs of Japan. The crucifixion of 1597

On February 5, 1597, 26 Christians (Jesuits, Franciscans and Japanese converts) were crucified on Nagasaki Hill by an imperial order that had been published in December of the previous year, in an event that went down in history as the «26 Christian martyrs of Japan«. This order was given within the framework of the imperial policy of the Empire of Japan, which thus sought to win the support of the Buddhists, fundamental in a historical moment in which Toyotomi Hideyoshu launched a campaign military conquest by Asia.

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They detect an "alteration" of the tholos of La Pastora in the 20th century to "Christianize" it

The investigation of Prehistory is one of the scientific fields that arouses the most interest, given the large number of questions about the vicissitudes of the societies of this period of Humanity, as distant in time as it is exciting. Studies of this nature motivate discoveries that even exceed the scope of Prehistory.

The origin of the legend of Bloody Mary (Veronica)

The origin of the legend of Bloody Mary (Veronica)

This article is about the legend of Bloody Mary and not about the historical character María Tudor, who was baptized with this nickname. The origin of the legend starring Bloody Mary or Mary the Bloody arose in the United States, which served as a source of inspiration to Clive Barker to write a horror story titled The Forbidden, and it was later brought to the cinema screen under the name Candyman.

They confirm the first presence of modern humans in Europe

They confirm the first presence of modern humans in Europe

Some 40,000 years ago, during the Middle Paleolithic, Neanderthals (Homo neanderthalensis) occupied territory that was progressively replaced by Homo sapiens, but the details of this replacement, which marked the transition to the Upper Paleolithic, remain unclear. Some remains found a few years ago in the United Kingdom and Italy already documented the earliest presence of modern humans in Western Europe; specifically between 44.

What is the Brussels Atomium?

What is the Brussels Atomium?

The "Atomium", also known by many as the "Eiffel Tower of Brussels", is inherited from the Universal Exhibition of 1958 held in Brussels (Belgium). The Atomium represents an iron crystal molecule magnified 165 million times and its structure , in aluminum-clad steel, it is composed of 9 spheres of 18m in diameter each, and is 102 meters high.

A simulation reveals the possible main cause of the extinction of Neanderthals

A simulation reveals the possible main cause of the extinction of Neanderthals

Neanderthals, which inhabited Eurasia for at least 300,000 years, became extinct shortly after 'Homo sapiens' arrived in Europe around 40,000 years ago; however, it is not known so far what specifically caused the extinction, although Three possibilities are considered: climate change, hybridization with modern-type humans or their inability to compete with them.

Barcelona: European capital of tourism and business

Barcelona: European capital of tourism and business

Barcelona is an example of a great European capital, it is a favorite place for tourists, surpassing famous resting places like Venice and Paris in recent years, the city also has a great attraction for business.Barcelona is one of the centers European economic and a place of utmost importance throughout the continent.

The geometric complexity of the oldest temple in the world: Göbekli Tepe

The geometric complexity of the oldest temple in the world: Göbekli Tepe

The geometric complexity of Göbekli Tepe, the oldest temple in the world, is a surprise to scientists and also a great mystery: how could a Neolithic society build something like this? Since it was discovered by German professor Klaus Schmidt in 1994, its Construction has been attributed to hunter-gatherer populations from 11 years ago.