10 Fascinating Mysteries Of The Picts

History Geordie McElroyMarch 18, 2017 The Picts are the most enigmatic people of Medieval Europe. Virtually nothing is known of these “barbarians” who occupied the mist-cloaked lands north of Hadrian’s Wall between the Roman invasion and Viking onslaughts. These ancient inhabitants of Scotland’s far north… Read More

10 Incredible Mysteries Of The Huns

Mysteries Geordie McElroyFebruary 27, 2017 The Huns were an enigmatic, multiethnic confederation that controlled massive swaths of the Eurasian Steppe between the first and fifth centuries AD. They swept in from the East, displacing entire civilizations in their wake. Almost nothing is known of these… Read More

Top 10 Mysteries Of The Phoenicians

Mysteries Geordie McElroyFebruary 14, 2017 Phoenicians are among the most influential and least understood ancient people. Between 1550–300 BC, they dominated Mediterranean trade and explored uncharted regions. They invented the alphabet we still use today and founded Western Europe’s earliest cities. They never formed a… Read More

10 Incredible Mysteries Of Ancient Ireland

Mysteries Geordie McElroyFebruary 12, 2017 Hidden away on Europe’s Atlantic fringe, Ireland has long been thought to be a “fly in amber”—a backwater frozen in time. However, the island not just a window into Europe’s pre-Roman past. This cosmopolitan land has witnessed waves of immigration… Read More

10 Astonishing Mysteries From Remote Places

Mysteries Estelle Thurtle February 2, 2017 Sometimes, remote places are not all serene and tranquil. Sometimes, there are mysteries just waiting to be uncovered—and, hopefully, solved. 10Antarctica Antarctica is one of the most desolate places on the planet and also the coldest continent. In spite… Read More

10 Mysteries Of Ancient Malta

Mysteries Abraham Rinquist December 3, 2016 At just 313 square kilometers (121 mi2), Malta is one of the world’s smallest and most densely populated countries. This Mediterranean island is also home to the world’s oldest freestanding structures and enduring mysteries. Inhabited for over 7,000 years,… Read More