Historic Findings: Tablets of Assyria & Fabergé Knives

kmiragaya / 123RF Stock Photo   Assyrian Tablets A trove of Assyrian tablets, 93 in total, have been discovered near the small village of Bassetki, northern Iraq, dating to around 1250 BCE. Two Mittani cuneiform tablets were also found, belonging to a civilization which was located north of the Assyrians. The ruins that the tablets…

New History: New Crimean Greek statue

Part of a Greek terracotta statue was discovered near Crimea. The archaeologists are searching for the rest of the statue but progress is slow since they have to dig manually since they’re afraid of damaging the remains. The entire Black Sea was home to dozens of Greek communities and these artifacts are found quite frequently….