Recent research has revealed a widespread Bronze Age culture in ancient Anatolia that flourished, went to war, and may have played a pivotal role in the ‘Bronze Age Collapse’.
An Interview with Professor Paul Cartledge.
A classical scholar retells the story of the discovery of the remains of the Apostle Peter.
An international team of researchers suggests an iconic ancient sanctuary in central Turkey symbolizes the cosmos as the Hittites imagined it.
Seeing ancient Rome virtually through the eyes of an expert historian.
A REVIEW: In her book, Dr. Ester Salgarella makes the case for significantly narrowing the relationship gap between Linear A, the script identified with the ancient Minoans, and Linear...
A brilliant pioneering scholar is paving a path that may eventually help crack Linear A, the ancient script of the Minoan civilization.
Some scholars are now questioning the 136-year-old forgery verdict of a remarkable but controversial ancient document.
In this second installment of the Popular Archaeology Anniversary Issue, author and teacher Richard Marranca interviews Dr. Kara Cooney, the popular American Egyptologist perhaps best known for hosting television...
A great monastic dynasty, little known to most, opens a window to understanding Ethiopia’s cultural past, and this country’s profound place in world history.
AN INTERVIEW WITH EGYPTOLOGIST DR. KARA COONEY
AN INTERVIEW WITH RENOWNED EGYPTOLOGIST AND MUMMY EXPERT DR. SALIMA IKRAM.
Retelling a horrific story of the devastating collision of a Franciscan friar’s “act of faith” and traditional indigenous culture.
Extending far into human prehistory, the shaman has played a major role in the psyche for survival and our perception of the world around us.
An Academic Essay
One of the greatest scholars of Anatolian archaeology also had a problem with the truth.
Collapsing Monuments and Mishandled Treasures: Ancient Aksum’s Emerging Heritage Crises vs Tourism’s True Promise
A re-investigation of the enigmatic monumental rock-cut sanctuary suggests a new interpretation of the ancient site.