From Greece to South America, All That Is Interesting shares fascinating facts and interesting articles about ancient history!
This Week In History, May 21 – 27
New human ancestor uncovered, ancient temple reopened, hominid spine unveiled, T. rex ants found alive, enormous emerald dug up.
Newly-Discovered Remains Suggest Earliest Humans Came From Europe, Not Africa
Scientists have found a "missing link" in human evolution - suggesting that the first hominids evolved in Europe, rather than Africa.
This Week In History, May 14 – 20
Dinosaur "mummy" unearthed, WWII love letter recovered, ancient bracelet found, nun's murder reopened, T. rex's bite force measured.
Scientists Figure Out Exactly How Strong A “Bone-Crushing” T. Rex Bite Was
A new study used alligators to reconstruct the bite power of the most fearsome dinosaur.
This 2,000-Year-Old Chinese Woman Is One Of The Most Well-Preserved Mummies In The World
She died in 163 BC. When they found her in 1971, her hair was intact, her skin was soft to the touch, and her veins still housed type-A blood.
Researchers Find Oldest-Ever Bracelet Alongside Extinct Human Species
It was found within a Siberian cave.
Dinosaur ‘Mummy’ Unveiled With Skin And Guts Intact
This isn't merely a fossil, but an actual dinosaur itself, frozen in time.
This Week In History, May 7 – 13
The killer who may have faked his death, humankind's new ancestor, uncovered ancient book pages, JFK's earliest recording, and "Baby Louie" the dinosaur.
The Sabbath: An Ancient Holiday In The Modern World
How and why many of us still observe one of humanity's oldest rituals.
29 Ancient Maps That Show How Our Ancestors Saw The World
Watch human understanding of Earth evolve from 500 BC to 1800 AD.
Pages From One Of The First Books Ever Printed In England Found In An Old Box
The unexpected discovery of this extremely rare medieval text now has scholars salivating.