The research challenges the idea that languages from prehistoric Mexico spread along with maize farming in California.
Researchers found thousands of clay stamps used to seal official documents inside a former city archive in Doliche.
A new DNA study suggests that the lost realm of Punt and the port city of Adulis may have been in the same place, separated by time.
Civil War weapons, including an unexploded ordnance, were found during a cleanup project in a South Carolina river.
The more than 3,000-year-old site along a riverbank in Serbia contains the footprints of dozens of Bronze Age structures.
A hoard of more than 100,000 coins found in Japan might have been buried by warriors centuries ago.
During ongoing excavations at Claterna, an ancient Roman site in Italy known as the "Pompeii of the North," archaeologists unearthed 3,000 coins and 50 gems.
A new commentary blasts claims about Homo naledi featured in Netflix's "Unknown: Cave of Bones."
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