- Bronze Age DNA Gives Clues to How Modern Eurasia Was Formed
- Later, about 4,000 years ago, the Sintashta culture (also known as the Sintashta-Petrovka or Sintashta-Arkaim culture) evolved in the Caucasus. The culture's sophisticated new weapons and chariots were rapidly expanding across Europe. The area east of ...
- Remains of Woman with Alien-like, Elongated Skull Found in Russia
- In those days, it was a settlement of the Sintashta-Petrovka culture and covered an area of about 20,000 square meters (about 215,000 square feet). Discovered in 1987, the settlement comprised a central square surrounded by dwellings. Walls designed to ...
- The Horse, the Wheel, and Language, by David W Anthony
- horse-wheel-language This is a fascinating study into the origins of Indo-European languages and how they are related to the domestication of the horse, and the invention of the wheel. About half the world's population speak such languages. There have ...
- Découverte d'un crâne de femme en forme d'alien en Russie
- Le crâne date de 2000 ans, mais le site archéologique d'Arkaim date de 4000 ans. À cette époque, c'était un village de la culture Sintashta-Petrovka qui couvrait une superficie de 20 000 mètres carrés.
- Le costruzioni e gli oggetti piu' misteriosi mai scoperti nel mondo
- I "viaggi" nello spazio, le tecniche per la costruzione dei grattacieli, quelle per la clonazione di un organismo vivente sono soltanto alcune delle recenti conquiste scientifiche della specie umana.
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