centerlogobigAAD logo

enarzh-CNnlfrdehiplrues
American

Archaeologists have a lot of dates wrong for North American indigenous history – but we’re using new techniques to get it right .

Columbus famously reached the Americas in 1492. Other Europeans had made the journey before, but the century from then until 1609 marks the creation of the modern globalized world.

This period brought extraordinary riches to Europe, and genocide and disease to indigenous peoples across the Americas.

Read more on Heritage Daily:

https://www.heritagedaily.com/2020/05/archaeologists-have-a-lot-of-dates-wrong-for-north-american-indigenous-history-but-were-using-new-techniques-to-get-it-right/128143

3368443E DCB7 44AD B424 EA230ED8D4E2

You may also like to read:

'King Arthur' castle discovery: Mysterious inscription intrigues experts

Archeologists find the lost Spanish city of Etzanoa in the middle of a Kansas field 

Student discovers 5,000-year-old sword hidden in Venetian monastery

Archaeologists verify Florida's Mound Key as location of elusive Spanish fort 

About the Author

AAD REPORTS

AAD REPORTS

AAD REPORTS   Reports, news and opinion from Art-Antiques-Design.com