Indus River Valley
Bhimbetka Caves have recorded the human history over some 300,000 years – or may be even 700,000 and more years!
It is amazing and even hard to grasp –Bhimbetka Caves have recorded the human history over some 300,000 years – or may be even 700,000 and more years! These caves contain the oldest
| by Jonathan Mark Kenoyer | | Introduction | Archaeologists studying the emergence of early civilizations often focus on finely crafted art objects in order to understand aspects of economic, socio-political and religious organization. The
As we move around the world of early villages we need to know just where we are. This first map gives you an idea of the different parts of the world we
This culture seemed to have a love of animals as well as children. Different from the cave paintings around the world these sculptures do not bring to mind a need to hunt
Through the world over time people have made things with which to adorn themselves. Here are two lovely pieces. Through out the world pottery is the best way to know just what
The boy opened his eyes to the warm morning sun. He watched it sneak across the hard earth floor of his room and up the plastered walls. In the corner of the