Know Fergana Valley

The Fergana Valley spans eastern Uzbekistan, southern Kyrgyzstan, and northern Tajikistan in Central Asia. The valley, which is ethnically diverse and was the scene of strife in the early twenty-first century, is divided into three republics of the former Soviet Union. The Fergana, a sizeable triangular valley in a frequently dry portion of Central Asia, …

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First Archaeological Survey of Melting Ice Margins in The Altai Mountains

The Altai Mountains are geographically located in western Mongolia. Prehistorically, the societies of arid steppes of Mongolia and Eastern Eurasia have practiced hunting for their subsistence. Later on, they shifted to herding for survival that transformed this region into a crucial social and economic centre of the ancient world. Initially, there was relatively little evidence …

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4000 Years Old Chalcolithic site discovered in Orissa of India

Recently, a 4000 years old settlement is discovered by The Odisha Institute of Maritime and South East Asian Studies (OIMSEAS) in India. This archaeological site is revealed in Durgadevi village (Remuna Tehsil) of Balasore district of Orrisa state of India. OIMSEAS had conducted horizontal excavations with the permission of the Archaeological Survey of India.The site …

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Archaeologists discovered the evidence of ancient homes at the German “Stonehenge”

Europe is known for its megalith monuments of the Neolithic and Bronze ages. Stonehenge of England is a prime example of these monuments. Stonehenge was constructed from 3000 BC to 2000 BC. These structures are a glimpse of the prehistoric cultures of Europe. Recently, archaeologists have discovered evidence of ancient homes at a Bronze age …

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