Archaeologists working in Mongolia have discovered traces of human activity from the early Holocene, including well-preserved hearths, pottery and ostrich egg products. The data they have obtained may play an important role in research on the spread of Homo sapiens in this area.
Archaeologists working in Racibórz have discovered stone products from at least 130,000 years ago. These are the oldest traces of human presence in the foreground of the Moravian Gate and a proof that Neanderthals visited this region several times, leaving stone products at the bottom of the then river valley.
Recent excavations confirm that between the 10th and 13th centuries, a settlement complex developed intensively in Czermno, which was the main centre of the so-called Cherven Cities, says research leader Dr. Tomasz Dzieńkowski from the Institute of Archaeology of the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin.