Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Our team is dedicated to providing the best possible experience for our users, and we’re always here to help.

HieroMap is a website that archives lost cities and ancient hieroglyphs into an easy-to-search map. Our goal is to provide an immersive experience that will help people learn about these cities and better understand history. To use HieroMap, simply navigate the map interface to explore the ruins of ancient civilizations and discover hidden treasures from around the world.

To navigate the map, simply use your mouse or touchpad to click and drag the map in any direction. You can also use the zoom in and out buttons to get a closer or wider view of the map. To search for lost cities, use the search bar located at the top of the page. Type in the name of the city you’re looking for and hit enter. The map will automatically zoom in to show you the location of the city.

Subscribers gain access to weekly emails containing a handpicked selection of artifacts and educational materials related to the lost cities and ancient hieroglyphs featured on our website.

We update our site regularly with the latest discoveries and insights from the world of archaeology. Our daily blog provides a steady stream of new content, and we add new lost cities and hieroglyphs to the map as they are discovered.

You can submit feedback or suggestions for the site using the contact form on our Contact page. We value your input and are always looking for ways to improve our platform.

Currently, HieroMap is only available in English. However, we are working to add support for additional languages in the future.

If you encounter any problems with the site, please let us know using the contact form on our Contact page. Our team will investigate the issue and work to resolve it as quickly as possible.

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