Irish brain surgeons operating in the eighth century in a remote area of Ireland, saw 1,000-year-old TB and cancer. Archaeologists unearthed the remains of up to 1,300 people after discovering the graves alongside an unknown medieval church on the banks of the river Erne at Ballyhanna. Photo by Getty
Some of the most popular surnames in Ireland have histories that go back hundreds, even thousands of years. Several originated from the ancient Irish clans that ruled various parts of the country over the centuries.
Researchers Unearth a 2100-Year-Old Roman Tavern in France Dusty Old Thing .::. An ancient structure uncovered by two archaeologists in southern France helps historians piece together how Roman culture spread from Italy and into other parts of Europe. Researchers first thought they found a bakery because of the huge millstone and three ovens located in two rooms. .::. browser france history india portugal roman rome tavern travel trello