Ancient Greece







‘Laptop theory’ might just be debunked for the ancient Greek grave relief

Many conspiracy theorists have the tendency to associate historical objects with what is perceived as modern-day technology – purely by their comparative visual forms. One of the famous examples would of course pertain to the Mayan sarcophagus lid of Pakal that ‘sort of’ looked like an ancient astronaut surrounded by a bevy of contraptions (thus…




The curious case of the Amphipolis Tomb, and its five ‘occupants’

Recently, it was revealed that the renowned Amphipolis Tomb in northern Greece doesn't only contain a single skeleton, but rather exhibits remains of five corpses. These include the probability of two men, a newborn baby, and another adult with unidentified gender, along with the earlier discovered woman. This tumble down the rabbit hole has baffled…