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Common with our project partners we are engaged to act as a mediator of cultural values enabling the public discourse dedicated to different subjects in Art, Culture & Development and Contemporary Writing. Our innovative projects - exhibitions, presentations, documentations and manifold activities of european as well as international significance - include historical subjects and contemporary history.

Secial Focus: History, Law and Innovative Technology in the Aerospace Industry.

In our state-approved online archive Museo-on.com you will find a comprehensive survey, background knowledge and actual information about museums, galleries, libraries, up-to-date news, literature, reviews and RSS-News / vacancies  of different cultural sectors.

Archäologie
Montag, 18.3.2024, 17:08
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • 3,300-year-old clay tablet describes cataclysmic invasion of four Hittite Empire cities
    (details)(details)

  • Largest ever South Asian whole-genome analysis points to single major migration to India from Africa 50,000 years ago
    (details)(details)

  • Mass grave of Black Death victims in Nuremberg could be largest ever in Europe
    (details)(details)(details)

  • Oldest known bead in the Western Hemisphere discovered in Wyoming
    (details)(details)


Montag, 3.6.2024, 10:50
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • 4,000 year old tablet reveals Anatolian business plan
    (details)(details)

  • Ancient Egyptians may have performed cancer-treating surgeries
    (details)(details)

  • Characteristics of prehistoric Central European burial mounds may indicate trends in inequality
    (details)(details)

  • Seven-century-old ceremonial offerings recovered at Mexico’s Tlatelolco Archaeological Zone
    (details)(details)


Montag, 24.6.2024, 09:00
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Medieval stone catapult balls found at Kenilworth Castle
    (details)

  • Sweet find in the cellars of Mount Vernon
    (details)

  • Protein analysis reveals human blood in plaster used on royal tomb in Benin
    (details)

  • Remains of Celtic people at Swiss site show violent death, probably in a bridge collapse
    (details)


Montag, 1.7.2024, 18:23
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Groundbreaking discovery in tomb-filled capital of Korea's ancient Silla Kingdom
    (details)

  • Laser sensors pierce forest canopy to reveal forgotten Maya settlements
    (details)

  • Gravitational wave science helps solve mystery of ancient analog computer
    (details)

  • First discovery of Neanderthal with Down syndrome confirms culture of community care
    (details)


Montag, 1.4.2024, 19:25
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Horse trading in Medieval Europe was crucial part of everyday life
    (details)(details)

  • Iranian Plateau served as hub for early human migration
    (details)(details)

  • Ancient Peru experienced violence and crisis during political upheaval
    (details)

  • Island time capsule in northwestern Australia
    (details)(details)


Montag, 8.4.2024, 16:48
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Air Force unit in New Mexico uncovers prehistoric site
    (details)

  • Paleolithic wooden tools from Germany show diverse woodworking techniques
    (details) (details)

  • Eggshells from Central Asian sites show the rapid spread of domesticated chickens
    (details) (details)

  • Sand sculpture on South African coast suggests origin of representational art
    (details) (details)


Montag, 20.5.2024, 23:14
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Thriving ancient Roman town lasted longer than believed
    (details)

  • Genomes of modern viruses found in Neanderthal bones
    (details)

  • Lake District stone circle may be 700 years older than Stonehenge
    (details)

  • Pair buried in embrace on a horse weren't lovers, but related women
    (details)


Montag, 13.5.2024, 19:08
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Roman shipwreck held fish sauce
    (details)(details)

  • New linguistic model shows four waves of migration into the Americas
    (details)(details)

  • Microarchaeology provides new precision for early history of Jerusalem
    (details)(details)

  • English study shows leprosy could come from Medieval red squirrels
    (details)(details)


Montag, 22.4.2024, 09:52
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • 18th Century cleft palate prosthesis found in mouth of Polish crypt skeleton
    (details)(details)(details)

  • Excavations off Great Barrier Reef prove early Aboriginal Australians crafted pottery
    (details)(details)

  • Analysis of pyramid damage suggests Teotihuacan suffered through five damaging earthquakes
    (details)(details)

  • Genomic study proves Blackfoot Confederacy historical rights with lineage tracing to Late Pleistocene
    (details)(details)


Montag, 27.5.2024, 08:58
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

Montag, 6.5.2024, 17:41
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Ancient Pueblo communicated through conch-shell trumpets
    (details)

  • Ritual and medicinal plant DNA preserved under ancient Maya ball court
    (details)(details)

  • Neanderthal woman’s face is reconstructed
    (details)

  • Paleolithic North African hunter-gatherers ate plant-based diet
    (details)(details)


Montag, 25.3.2024, 20:47
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Aztec books depicting life before the Spanish now publicly owned
    (details)

  • Food study points to interactions between South Americans and Polynesians
    (details)

  • Preserved remains of English Bronze Age village reveal details of daily life
    (details)

  • Sophisticated canoes shine light on technical skills in the Neolithic Mediterranean
    (details)
    (details)


Montag, 8.7.2024, 17:47
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Novel analysis of cave bone fragments brings lives of extinct humans on the Tibetan plateau into focus
    (details)
    (details)

  • Newly discovered Venezuelan rock art may point to an unknown culture
    (details)
    (details)

  • Australia’s oldest known wooden artifacts document Aboriginal rituals
    (details)
    (details)

  • Analysis of Neolithic tomb provides intimate look at Europe’s family tree
    (details)


å
Montag, 17.6.2024, 19:10
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Dietary evidence shows how a Bronze Age city in Syria survived
    (details)

  • Glass beads reveal Indigenous American trade networks
    (details)(details)

  • New evidence shows where survivors of Vesuvius eruption resettled
    (details)

  • Dating for the world’s oldest wooden sculpture
    (details)(details)


Montag, 15.4.2024, 10:19
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Newly discovered Pompeii paintings tell of the Trojan War
    (details)

  • New research in Tonga reveals high population living in low-density city system
    (details)

  • Virginia dig at historic log house documents Black American life after Civil War
    (details)

  • 1800-year-old clay seal reveals name of Sassanid city
    (details)


Montag, 17.6.2024, 19:10
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Dietary evidence shows how a Bronze Age city in Syria survived
    (details)

  • Glass beads reveal Indigenous American trade networks
    (details)(details)

  • New evidence shows where survivors of Vesuvius eruption resettled
    (details)

  • Dating for the world’s oldest wooden sculpture
    (details)(details)


Montag, 10.6.2024, 10:59
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

Montag, 29.4.2024, 19:12
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • DNA analysis illuminates social practices of an ancient Eurasian warrior empire
    (details)(details)(details)

  • Preserved Pre-Revolutionary War cherries unearthed at George Washington’s Mount Vernon
    (details)(details)

  • Rare structures may have guided Neolithic farmers to the afterlife
    (details)(details)

  • Interdisciplinary research team to investigate whether Stonehenge was designed for lunar alignment
    (details)(details)


Weltkulturerbe
Montag, 18.3.2024, 17:08
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • 3,300-year-old clay tablet describes cataclysmic invasion of four Hittite Empire cities
    (details)(details)

  • Largest ever South Asian whole-genome analysis points to single major migration to India from Africa 50,000 years ago
    (details)(details)

  • Mass grave of Black Death victims in Nuremberg could be largest ever in Europe
    (details)(details)(details)

  • Oldest known bead in the Western Hemisphere discovered in Wyoming
    (details)(details)


Montag, 1.4.2024, 19:25
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Horse trading in Medieval Europe was crucial part of everyday life
    (details)(details)

  • Iranian Plateau served as hub for early human migration
    (details)(details)

  • Ancient Peru experienced violence and crisis during political upheaval
    (details)

  • Island time capsule in northwestern Australia
    (details)(details)


Montag, 15.4.2024, 10:19
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Newly discovered Pompeii paintings tell of the Trojan War
    (details)

  • New research in Tonga reveals high population living in low-density city system
    (details)

  • Virginia dig at historic log house documents Black American life after Civil War
    (details)

  • 1800-year-old clay seal reveals name of Sassanid city
    (details)


Montag, 6.5.2024, 17:41
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Ancient Pueblo communicated through conch-shell trumpets
    (details)

  • Ritual and medicinal plant DNA preserved under ancient Maya ball court
    (details)(details)

  • Neanderthal woman’s face is reconstructed
    (details)

  • Paleolithic North African hunter-gatherers ate plant-based diet
    (details)(details)


Montag, 1.7.2024, 18:23
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Groundbreaking discovery in tomb-filled capital of Korea's ancient Silla Kingdom
    (details)

  • Laser sensors pierce forest canopy to reveal forgotten Maya settlements
    (details)

  • Gravitational wave science helps solve mystery of ancient analog computer
    (details)

  • First discovery of Neanderthal with Down syndrome confirms culture of community care
    (details)


Montag, 3.6.2024, 10:50
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • 4,000 year old tablet reveals Anatolian business plan
    (details)(details)

  • Ancient Egyptians may have performed cancer-treating surgeries
    (details)(details)

  • Characteristics of prehistoric Central European burial mounds may indicate trends in inequality
    (details)(details)

  • Seven-century-old ceremonial offerings recovered at Mexico’s Tlatelolco Archaeological Zone
    (details)(details)


Montag, 20.5.2024, 23:14
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Thriving ancient Roman town lasted longer than believed
    (details)

  • Genomes of modern viruses found in Neanderthal bones
    (details)

  • Lake District stone circle may be 700 years older than Stonehenge
    (details)

  • Pair buried in embrace on a horse weren't lovers, but related women
    (details)


Montag, 24.6.2024, 09:00
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Medieval stone catapult balls found at Kenilworth Castle
    (details)

  • Sweet find in the cellars of Mount Vernon
    (details)

  • Protein analysis reveals human blood in plaster used on royal tomb in Benin
    (details)

  • Remains of Celtic people at Swiss site show violent death, probably in a bridge collapse
    (details)


Montag, 22.4.2024, 09:52
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • 18th Century cleft palate prosthesis found in mouth of Polish crypt skeleton
    (details)(details)(details)

  • Excavations off Great Barrier Reef prove early Aboriginal Australians crafted pottery
    (details)(details)

  • Analysis of pyramid damage suggests Teotihuacan suffered through five damaging earthquakes
    (details)(details)

  • Genomic study proves Blackfoot Confederacy historical rights with lineage tracing to Late Pleistocene
    (details)(details)


Montag, 27.5.2024, 08:58
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

Montag, 29.4.2024, 19:12
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • DNA analysis illuminates social practices of an ancient Eurasian warrior empire
    (details)(details)(details)

  • Preserved Pre-Revolutionary War cherries unearthed at George Washington’s Mount Vernon
    (details)(details)

  • Rare structures may have guided Neolithic farmers to the afterlife
    (details)(details)

  • Interdisciplinary research team to investigate whether Stonehenge was designed for lunar alignment
    (details)(details)


Montag, 10.6.2024, 10:59
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

Montag, 25.3.2024, 20:47
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Aztec books depicting life before the Spanish now publicly owned
    (details)

  • Food study points to interactions between South Americans and Polynesians
    (details)

  • Preserved remains of English Bronze Age village reveal details of daily life
    (details)

  • Sophisticated canoes shine light on technical skills in the Neolithic Mediterranean
    (details)
    (details)


Montag, 17.6.2024, 19:10
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Dietary evidence shows how a Bronze Age city in Syria survived
    (details)

  • Glass beads reveal Indigenous American trade networks
    (details)(details)

  • New evidence shows where survivors of Vesuvius eruption resettled
    (details)

  • Dating for the world’s oldest wooden sculpture
    (details)(details)


Montag, 8.4.2024, 16:48
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Air Force unit in New Mexico uncovers prehistoric site
    (details)

  • Paleolithic wooden tools from Germany show diverse woodworking techniques
    (details) (details)

  • Eggshells from Central Asian sites show the rapid spread of domesticated chickens
    (details) (details)

  • Sand sculpture on South African coast suggests origin of representational art
    (details) (details)


Montag, 17.6.2024, 19:10
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Dietary evidence shows how a Bronze Age city in Syria survived
    (details)

  • Glass beads reveal Indigenous American trade networks
    (details)(details)

  • New evidence shows where survivors of Vesuvius eruption resettled
    (details)

  • Dating for the world’s oldest wooden sculpture
    (details)(details)


Montag, 8.7.2024, 17:47
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Novel analysis of cave bone fragments brings lives of extinct humans on the Tibetan plateau into focus
    (details)
    (details)

  • Newly discovered Venezuelan rock art may point to an unknown culture
    (details)
    (details)

  • Australia’s oldest known wooden artifacts document Aboriginal rituals
    (details)
    (details)

  • Analysis of Neolithic tomb provides intimate look at Europe’s family tree
    (details)


å
Montag, 13.5.2024, 19:08
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Roman shipwreck held fish sauce
    (details)(details)

  • New linguistic model shows four waves of migration into the Americas
    (details)(details)

  • Microarchaeology provides new precision for early history of Jerusalem
    (details)(details)

  • English study shows leprosy could come from Medieval red squirrels
    (details)(details)


Online Archive Museo-on.com
Central Asia Trade
Montag, 6.5.2024, 17:41
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Ancient Pueblo communicated through conch-shell trumpets
    (details)

  • Ritual and medicinal plant DNA preserved under ancient Maya ball court
    (details)(details)

  • Neanderthal woman’s face is reconstructed
    (details)

  • Paleolithic North African hunter-gatherers ate plant-based diet
    (details)(details)


Montag, 17.6.2024, 19:10
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Dietary evidence shows how a Bronze Age city in Syria survived
    (details)

  • Glass beads reveal Indigenous American trade networks
    (details)(details)

  • New evidence shows where survivors of Vesuvius eruption resettled
    (details)

  • Dating for the world’s oldest wooden sculpture
    (details)(details)


Montag, 18.3.2024, 17:08
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • 3,300-year-old clay tablet describes cataclysmic invasion of four Hittite Empire cities
    (details)(details)

  • Largest ever South Asian whole-genome analysis points to single major migration to India from Africa 50,000 years ago
    (details)(details)

  • Mass grave of Black Death victims in Nuremberg could be largest ever in Europe
    (details)(details)(details)

  • Oldest known bead in the Western Hemisphere discovered in Wyoming
    (details)(details)


Montag, 1.7.2024, 18:23
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Groundbreaking discovery in tomb-filled capital of Korea's ancient Silla Kingdom
    (details)

  • Laser sensors pierce forest canopy to reveal forgotten Maya settlements
    (details)

  • Gravitational wave science helps solve mystery of ancient analog computer
    (details)

  • First discovery of Neanderthal with Down syndrome confirms culture of community care
    (details)


Montag, 29.4.2024, 19:12
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • DNA analysis illuminates social practices of an ancient Eurasian warrior empire
    (details)(details)(details)

  • Preserved Pre-Revolutionary War cherries unearthed at George Washington’s Mount Vernon
    (details)(details)

  • Rare structures may have guided Neolithic farmers to the afterlife
    (details)(details)

  • Interdisciplinary research team to investigate whether Stonehenge was designed for lunar alignment
    (details)(details)


Montag, 10.6.2024, 10:59
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

Montag, 27.5.2024, 08:58
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

Montag, 1.4.2024, 19:25
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Horse trading in Medieval Europe was crucial part of everyday life
    (details)(details)

  • Iranian Plateau served as hub for early human migration
    (details)(details)

  • Ancient Peru experienced violence and crisis during political upheaval
    (details)

  • Island time capsule in northwestern Australia
    (details)(details)


Montag, 22.4.2024, 09:52
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • 18th Century cleft palate prosthesis found in mouth of Polish crypt skeleton
    (details)(details)(details)

  • Excavations off Great Barrier Reef prove early Aboriginal Australians crafted pottery
    (details)(details)

  • Analysis of pyramid damage suggests Teotihuacan suffered through five damaging earthquakes
    (details)(details)

  • Genomic study proves Blackfoot Confederacy historical rights with lineage tracing to Late Pleistocene
    (details)(details)


Montag, 20.5.2024, 23:14
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Thriving ancient Roman town lasted longer than believed
    (details)

  • Genomes of modern viruses found in Neanderthal bones
    (details)

  • Lake District stone circle may be 700 years older than Stonehenge
    (details)

  • Pair buried in embrace on a horse weren't lovers, but related women
    (details)


Montag, 25.3.2024, 20:47
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Aztec books depicting life before the Spanish now publicly owned
    (details)

  • Food study points to interactions between South Americans and Polynesians
    (details)

  • Preserved remains of English Bronze Age village reveal details of daily life
    (details)

  • Sophisticated canoes shine light on technical skills in the Neolithic Mediterranean
    (details)
    (details)


Montag, 8.4.2024, 16:48
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Air Force unit in New Mexico uncovers prehistoric site
    (details)

  • Paleolithic wooden tools from Germany show diverse woodworking techniques
    (details) (details)

  • Eggshells from Central Asian sites show the rapid spread of domesticated chickens
    (details) (details)

  • Sand sculpture on South African coast suggests origin of representational art
    (details) (details)


Montag, 17.6.2024, 19:10
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Dietary evidence shows how a Bronze Age city in Syria survived
    (details)

  • Glass beads reveal Indigenous American trade networks
    (details)(details)

  • New evidence shows where survivors of Vesuvius eruption resettled
    (details)

  • Dating for the world’s oldest wooden sculpture
    (details)(details)


Montag, 3.6.2024, 10:50
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • 4,000 year old tablet reveals Anatolian business plan
    (details)(details)

  • Ancient Egyptians may have performed cancer-treating surgeries
    (details)(details)

  • Characteristics of prehistoric Central European burial mounds may indicate trends in inequality
    (details)(details)

  • Seven-century-old ceremonial offerings recovered at Mexico’s Tlatelolco Archaeological Zone
    (details)(details)


Montag, 15.4.2024, 10:19
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Newly discovered Pompeii paintings tell of the Trojan War
    (details)

  • New research in Tonga reveals high population living in low-density city system
    (details)

  • Virginia dig at historic log house documents Black American life after Civil War
    (details)

  • 1800-year-old clay seal reveals name of Sassanid city
    (details)


Montag, 24.6.2024, 09:00
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Medieval stone catapult balls found at Kenilworth Castle
    (details)

  • Sweet find in the cellars of Mount Vernon
    (details)

  • Protein analysis reveals human blood in plaster used on royal tomb in Benin
    (details)

  • Remains of Celtic people at Swiss site show violent death, probably in a bridge collapse
    (details)


Montag, 13.5.2024, 19:08
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Roman shipwreck held fish sauce
    (details)(details)

  • New linguistic model shows four waves of migration into the Americas
    (details)(details)

  • Microarchaeology provides new precision for early history of Jerusalem
    (details)(details)

  • English study shows leprosy could come from Medieval red squirrels
    (details)(details)


Montag, 8.7.2024, 17:47
News items read by Laura Kennedy include:

  • Novel analysis of cave bone fragments brings lives of extinct humans on the Tibetan plateau into focus
    (details)
    (details)

  • Newly discovered Venezuelan rock art may point to an unknown culture
    (details)
    (details)

  • Australia’s oldest known wooden artifacts document Aboriginal rituals
    (details)
    (details)

  • Analysis of Neolithic tomb provides intimate look at Europe’s family tree
    (details)


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