archeologyofgermany

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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Southwest Germany’s earliest known gold artefact found in Tübingen

Gold has a distinguished place in human societies from time immemorial. It is considered a precious, and symbolically pure element in the day-to-day life of humans. Recently, researchers of Universitaet Tübingen discovered the earliest known gold artefact of Tübingen. They have come across this artefact made up of gold during a regular archaeological excavation in …

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