Editor in Chief

Robyn Antanovskii

Main interests:

Marine Biology, Ocean Exploration, Rain Forests, Global Warming

More About Nick

Robyn Antanovskii is a journalist with a degree in ancient history. She keeps a number of blogs, including one on archaeology:worldarchaeologynews.blogspot.com and she is on Twitter: @robynant

Author Articles

Was Cleopatra beautiful? The archaeological evidence

Cleopatra VII Philopator, commonly known simply as Cleopatra, ruled over Egypt during the century preceding the birth of Christ.

Debate still rages over date of Thera eruption

During the height of the Greek Bronze Age, a volcano erupted on the ancient Greek island of Thera (modern Santorini). The violent eruption sent six times more magma and rock into the Earth's atmosphere than the notorious Krakatoa eruption in 1883. Robyn Antanovskii

Unmasking Tutankhamun : the figure behind the fame

Following the amazing discovery of the Egyptian king's near-intact tomb by archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922, Tutankhamun became a household name worldwide. By Robyn Antanovskii

World’s oldest shipwreck reveals incredible cargo

Accidentally discovered by a Turkish sponge diver in 1982, the remains of the 3,300-year-old Uluburun shipwreck lie 10km off the coast of southern Turkey.