History

Blog posts, podcasts and videos/vlogs on history, covering topics in archaeology, anthropology, paleontology, genetic history, ancientDNA, DNA, history of civilizations and nations, as well as history of science.

Reconstruction of an elderly Neanderthal Neanderthal Museum Mettman - 360onhistory.com

Podcast Episode 27 l Neanderthals & Denisovans – Not savage brutes after all

Podcast Episode on Neanderthals & Denisovans. They were not savage brutes after all but in fact contributed to our evolution by giving us DNA

Reconstruction of a Neanderthal female - 360onhistory.com

Neanderthals and Denisovans – Not savage brutes after all

Neanderthals & Denisovans are not savage brutes afer all. DNA & other discoveries show they contributed to our evolution & had culture. We share a common ancestor with them and early humans interbred ...

During the Darwin family's 1868 holiday in her Isle of Wight cottage, Julia Margaret Cameron took portraits showing the bushy beard Darwin grew between 1862 and 1866.

The Idea that Changed the World: Darwin and Evolution by Natural Selection l Blogpost

November 24th is World Evolution Day. It is celebrated because a paper was published that changed scientific thinking completely. On November 24, 1859, Charles Darwin published his work: On the Origin...

Alexander von Humboldt painted by Joseph Karl Stieler

Alexander von Humboldt: A Scientist of Whom You’ve Never Heard l Blogpost

You may have heard of the Humboldt Current and of the Humboldt Penguins but you probably don’t know after whom they were named. A very influential scientist that you may never have heard of: Alexander...

Mary Wollstonecraft painting by John Opie 1797

Video Fantastic Women Series – Mary Wollstonecraft

We have all heard of Frankenstein, a novel that can be considered the first true science fiction story, written by Mary Shelley in 1818. But perhaps not many of us will know of Mary Shelley’s mother M...

Pope Gregory XIII and a page from his reformed calendar that corrected the previous Julian calendar

The Story of the Calendar: Gregorian Calendar Adopted on October 4, 1582

A New Day began when the Gregorian Calendar was Adopted on Oct 4, 1582. Ten days were skipped, the next date was Oct15, closer to the seasons.

Virtual Tours from Home by 360onhistory.com

Virtual Activities You can do from Home

You can virtually access tons of tours, museums, art galleries and libraries from home. Here is a list, which I will be updating on a regular basis. 

Coffee cup and coffee beans from Unsplash

The Story of Coffee

The Story of Coffee blog about the history of the beverage & coffee houses from Ethiopia & Yemen to Europe. How it was part of a social revolution.

Seated woman of Catalhoyuk, Museum of Anatolian Civilizations

Video Episode 19 | Mother Goddesses – When Women were Worshipped

Mother Goddess figurines from across the globe signify a time when women were worshipped. Women-centered fertility cults existed for millennia and even flowed into Christianity and Neo-pagan religions

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