Archaeologists from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków discovered a settlement from the Neolithic in southern Jordan. The discovery was made in inaccessible mountain terrain where no one had conducted research before.
Soviet nuclear bases in Poland were not masterfully camouflaged, and families of soldiers with children lived on the premises, according to archaeologist Dr. Grzegorz Kiarszys. He identified previously unknown elements of bases in part thanks to the analysis of intelligence materials of the CIA.
Researchers from the Cardinal Wyszyński University in Warsaw have printed a 3D copy of the oldest skeleton found in Poland - more than 6,500 years old - known as the Man of Janisławice. The copy will be displayed at a special exhibition, and the original will be used for scientific research.
Rich, well-preserved graves from the Roman period, approx. 1800 years ago, have been discovered by Polish archaeologists during excavations near the legionary camp Novae (near Svishtov) in Bulgaria. This is a rare and unexpected discovery in the Balkans, the discoverers say.
According to British cryptologist Alan Turing`s nephew, because of showcasing the achievements of his relative, people are forgetting about the contribution of Polish codebreakers, without whom "it is hard to imagine that Alan Turing’s crib-checking machine would have been conceived so fast, if at all".