300 - ovanligt idiotisk historisk film En fascistfilm utan historiska fakta - Spartanerna 'räddade' inte västvärlden från perserna. Aten där alla fick vara med och bestämma var räddaren. Aten hade mycket bättre vetenskaplig utveckling eftersom alla människor tilläts existera i deras samhälle inte bara en massa dumskallar som krigade. Därför hade Aten triremmar och kunde slå tillbaks Persernas flotta.
8500 years old Honey Bee Farming (The Human Hunt for Carbohydrates is Very Very Old - surelely older than 8500 years ago)
Akha Headdress Symbols of Female Role and Identity (Maybe in rite de passage)
Aleppo History with Cy
Altered reality - by the use of drugs Religious ceremonies? Rituals to contact spirit animals, the dead, rites of passage? etc...?
An Echo-message from the ancients Do not kill the monster and cut down his jungle of trees - then the wonderful animal sounds will grow silent
Ancient boat from Uruk 'Make for yourself an ark of gopher wood; you shall make the ark with rooms, and shall cover it inside and out with pitch' (
Antikythera Thought it was made to calculate the olympic games - wasn't it so?
APAAME Aerial Photographic Archive for Archeology in the Middle East
Araña Caves (8000 years old painting)
Bicun site Google-translated from Chinese
Big man system in Melanesia As opposed to Polynesia where there is bloodline inherited chiefdoms
Capitoleum (sponsrat av Microsoft)
Cham Facts and details'
Chez Siduri (the barmaid from the Epic of Gilgamesh)
Children's Archaeology Book Despite the unabashed self-promotion I'm gonna buy the book ;). It seems very interesting
Chiquihuite Cave Pre- Pre- Clovis (like VERY old - are you really sure?)
Daskalio Sophisticated statue!
Der Vorfahr Familjen bodde kvar 5000 år på samma plats
Farming, inequality and violence We don't really know if it is connected in this way! Let's not jump to conclusions. It could have been the farmers who sacrificed people for better harvest!
First farmer and inequality But let's not jump to conclusions yet! We need more proof!
From many came few Our origins (Sheridan College - lecturer: Bjarne Kristiansen )
Gammal är äldst Jättegamla kinesiska piktogram på bergvägg
Gate to hell (like a modern underground tunnel for cars)
Gault Pre-Clovis and Clovis
German Stonehenge Can a Stone Henge ALSO been a place for a Ting / a Loya Jirga? Not only religous place for funerals and ceremonies concerning nature, food and harvest...
Golden tongues (Ca 500 BCE - so it's pretty late in Egypt history)
Harappan figurines Theory: Symbols of Female Role and Identity (Maybe in rite de passage)
Harbor of Khufu Ancient trade more important than one can believe
Historiesajten Himla bra historieinfo - om allt och alla
Homo Bodoensis Gutsick Gibbon is upset over terminology (I think!)
Honungsbin genom historien Här finns en perfekt bild av den 15.000 år gamla spanska grottmålningen "Honungstjuvarna" från Araña grottan
Humans and Deserts To be sure we need several kinds of experts to discuss and evaluate this thoroughly
Hunter-gatherer social ties spread pottery-making far and wide Earlier someone said that women intermarried into other tribes took the tradition of potterymaking with them into the new tribe
Indian Bangles Symbols of Female Role and Identity (Maybe in rite de passage)
Is this Dilmun? Oh no, how stupid of me. Of course this is Magan ; )
Jenny Clark found Boris and other early fossil tetrapods from the Devonian
Just like Abraham and Sara There were real contracts - that's probably why the story is in the bible
Jwalapuram Valley Scientists are certain that our forefathers stayed there no later than 74 000 years ago (their descendants would probably populate East Asia and Australia)
Kan det vara samma jägar-, herdefolk som i Nordafrika/Sahara? De hade också mumifiering (kanske före egyptierna) och var påverkade av samma kultur som egyptierna eller påverkade själva egyptierna... Det bedrivs alldeles för litet forskning på nordafrikansk förhistoria
Lion Man (temporary in British Museum - now back in an Ulm Museum presumably?)
Mal'ta in Siberia Surviving Siberian Culture during the Ice Age (with the first Spiral-symbols?)
Marking Time The signs on the Blanchard Bone
Mayafolkets skriftspråk (Famsi - stiftelse för mellanamerikansk arkeologisk forskning)
Mehrgarh figurines Theory: Symbols of Female Role and Identity (Maybe in rite de passage)
Miao The fierce protectress became the Moon and Wich goddess pussycat
Miao Headdress Symbols of Female Role and Identity (Maybe in rite de passage)
Nature of colonialism After the exhibition maybe you should give the stuff back to the countries it belongs to
Nazca Lines - new theory Maybe it's to do with trade? Like the signs on trading post in North America...
No Amazon! Sad - but maybe we could have guessed as much when there were no snow leopards on the hat
Numantine War Is the expelling of Jews 139 b.c. the first example of european antisemitism? (It seems monoteism seemed uncivilized to the Romans - today it's the opposite for most Europeans)
Offering to the gods? One such offering been described by Ceasar (then concerning the Germanic tribes and later than Bronze age)
On Buddhas birth in time and space The time is particularly interesting. Beliefs changed and developed around this time in many places
One can clearly see the cluster of the Pleiades on the Nebra Disk The Spring festival (Ex: An.Tah.Sum) starts when the Pleiades dissappears (Spring Equinox) and ends when they come back (Ex: Walpurgis/Beltaine) It usually takes 40 days
Overlap (Neanderthals and Homo sapiens)
Pegtymel Petroglyphs Wonder if it's the same whale we have in Kiviksgrave, Skåne, Sweden on tomb stones (the fins not perfect though)
Petroglyphs of Lake Onega (The pictures don't really show anything that one can understand!)
Pictorials Washed Away Have you documented them before destruction?
Por-Bajin Are you really really sure they weren't slave traders?
Rigstula Kast-/Klass-samhället på Vikingatiden
Sacred burial ground? Tänk om de begravde sina religiösa experter (präster) vid Stonehenge?
Skokholm find Think Skok means 'shake' in Older Nordic Languages
Solon The Goto-man when you wanted to change the society in the antiquity
Sound Reflecting Shelters Maybe they had story-telling shows in the shelters with lights, shadows and music
Sulawesi Maybe the stepping stone to Australia
Sunghir / Sungir (scroll down - Don has a lot of commercials on his site
Sunghir / Sungir Video - quite unassuming - just short info
The 300 (It's mostly myth but a dramatic story anyways)
The ForeMothers Maybe it was related to a Coming of Age Ritual for girls (you have to spend time in dark cave and then become a women as a part of the female collective)?
The Geese of Ra Wonder what constallation it corresponds to
The Gundestrup Bowl (celtic warriors) The younger pre-warriors gets dipped in a bowl (by a god or a priest?) to either be reborn or move on to a new role - maybe the bowl is full of blood?
The importance of Miletos (A rich trading city in contact with influences from most of the world. Miletos gave birth to philosophy in the western world)
The moon and the pleiades (the seven sisters/the seven sleeping men) - somehow the forms looks partly like the signs on the Blanchard Bone
The origin of the Indian Culture and Population No big surprise there! It's a mix of populations and cultures - like all successful civilizations
The red roof Maybe color red symbolizes lifeforse also - not only blood?
The River Nile Cultures interaction Wonder if there was a LAKE Nile culture long long before the River Nile Culture
The Rock-Paintings of Sulawesi The creativity was there all along - from the time when we entered the Arabian peninsula from Africa at least
Three warrior graves Wonder if the number of graves is significant somehow (like in Uppsala)
Told in stone Ancient Greek and Roman history
Trojans! Didn't see that one coming.
Ugarits arkitektur Intressant bild av Baal med stridsklubba (samma typ som egyptisk stridsklubba?)
Unearthed North Irish archeology 2015 - 2018
Urukagina and his reforms He wanted to protect the people, protect the weak against the strong
Very ancient Chinese laquerware People in China must have understood the use of Anacardiaceae oil for a very long time
Who Invented The Spear & When? Milo (I wish he wouldn't make all these vulgar jokes - otherwise he's such a brilliant narrator)
Vi två är en Vårt ursprung i Afrika var litet... splittrat.
Virus as Warfare (Homo Sapiens vs Homo Neanderthalensis)
Woolly mammoth cells (some scientists should have their heads examined)
Y Pestis 5000 years ago Isn't that about the time the Yamnaya spread into Europe?