9th December 2023

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‘www.histecho.com’ History and Technology. Is an intersection centre point, Where you Can Find a Detail Analysis About History and Technology


HISTECHO brings readers close to the human past with stories from every corner of the world. We engage and entertain our readers with lively storytelling, surprising narratives, and stunning images. Our general interest magazine includes news of the latest Historical facts, archaeological discoveries, Medieval World & Ancient world in-depth features, photo essays, and reports from the field. We explore ancient cultures not only through monuments and works of art, but through the towns, houses, and objects of daily life that bring people of the past to life.


We will discuss how our Ancient people had use Technologies in day to day life, there are lots of clues and structure that build in past which is impossible to make today. If you think that technologies have made in today’s time then you are absolutely wrong, there are some great examples where you forced to think about our past culture & people how they made the greatest thing which was still standing today:

Pyramid of Giza.

Neolithic Europe and Asia Minor built henges of some and wood. Stonehenge is the most famous of these, but there are literally thousands of them scattered all over the Middle East, Asia Minor, Europe, and the U.K.

Sumerian, Babylonian, and Egyptian architecture

Greek and Roman architecture, roads, aqueducts, etc

Churches or temples, fortifications, walled cities, ships, postal services, etc
It’s also worth saying that, contrary to popular belief, we are able to build every single structure built by the ancients using modern tools and equipment. We’ve worked out how a lot of the ancient structures were built, but have replaced some of their technology with our own.


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ALOK PAUL (Founder & Marketing Head)

A Passionate Digital Marketer, Blogger and a fervent interest in History.  he is currently the founder/editor of Histecho.com.


JESSICA SARACENI (Editor in Chief)

Jessica Saraceni has been a part of Histecho since 2018, drawn to the site for its quirky character and thorough articles about the mysteries of Earth and human behavior. Previously, she was an assistant editor and Research Fellow at Archaeology Magazine, where she gained an appreciation for the Feild work. a master’s degree in biogeochemistry and environmental sciences from the Center for Archaeological Research, the University of Texas at San Antonio. she enjoys all forms of exercise; reading works by her favorite author, Haruki Murakami; and playing with her sons.


JOHN SMITH (Senior Editor)

John Smith has been with Histecho since 2017. his work has been featured in outlets such as Scientific American, The Washington Post, NBC News, and Fox News. John grew up outside of Philadelphia and studied biology at Hamilton College in upstate New York.


P. NATASHA (Online News Editor)

P. Natasha covers Classical Archaeology news and has been with Histecho since 2017. She has a master’s degree in MA Archaeology from New York University’s Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program. A California native, she also holds a Bachelor of Science in molecular biology and a Master of Science in biology from the University of California.