Historic Findings: Griffin Warrior UPDATE

samot / 123RF Stock Photo Parthenon   The grave of the Griffin Warrior once again coughs up beauty. When the discovery was first released it was a massive story and hailed as a crowning achievement of the year. It’s not often you find a warrior in his armor and with specialized jewelry. In addition to…

New History: Ancient Cities

New Bronze Age City Yet again Iraq is revealed to contain new marvels from our distant past. A new Bronze Age city was discovered near Dohuk in the far north of Iraq, dated back to the Bronze Age. Led by the Institute for Ancient Near Eastern Studies (IANES) from the University of Tübingen, the findings…

The Griffin Warrior

The tomb of a 3,500 year old Bronze Age warrior was found near Pylos (an ancient city in southwest Peloponnese) with a trove of treasure. Discovered near the Palace of Nestor, the best preserved Mycenaean palace and the one from The Odyssey, he was believed to be a powerful warrior or priest from the Mycenaean…