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First infertility diagnosis made 4,000 years ago discovered in cuneiform tablet in Turkey

The first diagnosis to determine infertility was made 4,000 years ago, an ancient Assyrian clay tablet discovered by Turkish researchers in central Kayseri province revealed Thursday. Various researchers from different universities led by Şanlıurfa’s Harran University examined a 4,000-year-old Assyrian tablet containing a prenuptial agreement and found out that the first infertility diagnosis was made

San Diego Museum to exhibit Hindu Gods Images and Sculptures.

San Diego Museum of Art (SDMA) to exhibit Hindu Gods Images and Sculptures in an exhibition. The exhibition named, “Arts of South and Southeast Asia”, will go on for 19 months till January 2019. About 3 million Hindus reside in the US, so it is expected to garner more visitors. Hinduism, the oldest and third

Indians used own cooking pots in Egypt during ancient Indo-Roman trade

Kolkata: Cooking was as personal to Indians in the early Roman period as it is now, says a noted British expert on Roman pottery citing the discovery of cooking pots from Kerala in Egypt.”On the Red Sea in Egypt, we found hundreds of sherds (broken fragments of pottery or glass at an archaeological site) belong

Myanmar quake damages nearly 400 ancient temples

Nay Pyi Daw: The number of ancient temples damaged in the archaeological complex of Bagan in Myanmar in a 6.8 magnitude earthquake last week has risen to 397, according to authorities on Monday. Restoration work will take at least a year, Deputy Director General of the Department of Archaeology, Thein Lwin, told the Myanmar Times.

PU to host month-long exhibition on Ancient Rock Art

Panjab University, Chandigarh will host a month- long exhibition on pre-historic Rock Art at Departmental Museum of Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology (AIHC & A), Sector 14, PU campus from August 10. The Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi and Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology,