A new facial approximation brings to life an Incan girl who was killed 500 years ago as part of a sacrificial ritual.
A new analysis of a mass grave from Neolithic Spain reveals that the site wasn't a burial ground from a massacre, but of fallen warriors.
The recently discovered temple in Mexico's Yucatán peninsula dates between A.D. 1000 and 1200.
The skeleton of a middle-aged man who died between 1450 and 1620 was found with a prosthetic hand still attached to his left arm, which replaced four fingers he likely lost through amputation.
There were no lions in 16th-century Puerto Rico — so was the cave drawing made by someone who'd actually seen one?
Engravings of human faces, animals and geometric shapes were spotted on normally submerged rocks after more than half of the Negro River dried up.
A rare gold coin found by a metal detectorist and recently auctioned off was minted by a little-known ruler in pre-Roman Britain.
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