Archaeology

Science at FMNH : Ep. 36 - Discovering Early European Societies

The prehistory of Europe is central to our understanding of the evolution of the human species on the planet, as well as for understanding how western civilization emerged. Dr. William Parkinson’s current research in Hungary and the Balkans gives important insights in how early villages and societies formed, what sustained them, and what drove them apart. 

Science at FMNH : Ep. 35 - Exploring Kish

The ancient city of Kish was occupied from at least as early as 3200 B.C. through the 7th century A.D. Located on the floodplain of the Euphrates River eighty kilometers south of modern Baghdad, the city held an extraordinary position during the formative periods of Mesopotamian history.

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