Uncovering the mysteries of human history

In a culture where a simple internet search grants images and information about anywhere in the world, where global coordinates can be scouted on Google Maps and Street View, and airplane tickets can be booked with a click of a mouse, it’s easy to take for granted the idea that the entire world is accessible — and that all the secrets of the earth’s geography have long been discovered. It’s deceptively easy.

As a matter of fact, many significant archaeological discoveries have taken place not all that long ago, hinting at the possibility — or perhaps, the probability — that there are lots more to be found.