A 4,500-year-old Mesopotamian pillar contains the first deciphered inscription about border disputes

A marble pillar or stele that has been preserved in the British Museum for 150 years bears a cuneiform inscription, deciphered in late 2018, and which has turned out to be the first known record of a border dispute. It also mentions, for the first time, the term no-man’s-land. The pillar is Mesopotamian and about…Continue readingA 4,500-year-old Mesopotamian pillar contains the first deciphered inscription about border disputes

10 amazing geographical facts

Geography is a science that is constantly changing, whether through the effect of politics or natural causes. There are many rarities in the world, strange geographical situations, and curious data that sometimes do not have a clear origin. At the same time other facts that we believed to be true are not so clear. These…Continue reading10 amazing geographical facts