If you love The Beatles, chances are you’re familiar with their recent release, Now and Then. Originally recorded in 1970 as an unfinished project, it has now been transformed into a fully realized song along with an accompanying video. Today, we’ll be discussing this video, which has sparked some mixed opinions.
Italy’s culture ministry has announced the discovery of ancient Roman coins from the early 4th century. These valuable artifacts could potentially unveil a long-lost shipwreck.
Ancient ruins of a bustling port city, believed to be near modern-day Morocco’s capital, have been discovered by archaeologists. The excavation has uncovered thermal baths and working class neighborhoods, with hopes of attracting tourists and scholars to explore the historical site.
In 2006, Pam Longobardi embarked on a residency at Ka Lae, the southernmost tip of Hawaii’s Big Island. Nestled amidst a picturesque landscape of rocky shores and towering cliffs, this point serves as a meeting place for currents, drawing marine life and debris together.
Photo 1 captures a significant artifact at the Museum of National History and Archaeology in Constanța: a aedicula featuring a double representation of the powerful Goddess Nemesis. This shrine holds great value and serves as an intriguing piece of ancient Roman religious history.
Discover a captivating video showcasing the recent unearthing of nearly 50 thousand coins dating back to the 4th century AD in the waters of Sardinia. Stay informed with the latest updates by visiting Agenzia Nova.
Get ready for an exciting lineup of films hitting theaters and streaming platforms in the coming months. Look out for titles like “Maestro” and “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé” as we delve into an array of captivating stories.
Over the past few decades, extensive research has revealed remarkable insights into the pre-Columbian civilizations and the indigenous people of the Americas.
The University of Hertfordshire conducted groundbreaking research on Andromeda, our closest neighboring galaxy. Led by Professor Chiaki Kobayashi, an international team of astrophysicists utilized cutting-edge modeling techniques to uncover fascinating details about its dramatic history.
New research indicates that the Romans’ eastern frontier served as a bustling center for trade, spanning from East to West, instead of solely being a defensive border.