Bronze Age copper alloy daggers were used for processing animal carcasses, a revolutionary new analysis technique has revealed.
Using a 3D scanning process known as photogrammetry, archeologists have uncovered five previously unknown giant cave paintings.
Human remains, originally investigated by the police as a crime scene, have now been discovered to date from A.D. 900 and were possibly sacrificial victims
An ancient pottery workshop dating to the beginning of the Roman period has been discovered in west Alexandria, Egypt. Evidence suggests the site may have been used later in the Byzantine period.
Reference Able Archer was a 1983 NATO military exercise that nearly triggered war with the Soviet Union
Reference The Cold War was a decades-long diplomatic and military standoff between the Soviet Union and the United States
Reference What lessons can we learn from the world's worst financial disasters as the cost of living rises?
Reference Fascinating facts about moles, including their diets, habits and habit and conservation status.
reference Elizabeth Taylor was one of the biggest stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood, but did she really had violet eyes?
Reference Amerigo Vespucci was a 16th century explorer, after whom the American continents are named.
Reference Crop circles that mysteriously appear in farmers' fields have puzzled experts and sparked UFO theories.
reference Cucumbers have many nutritional benefits, are low in calories and high in valuable nutrients.
Reference The term evil eye might conjure images of blue symbols, often featured in bracelets or necklaces. However, these are charms, used to ward off an ancient curse
Reference Freemasons are often misunderstood as cult members or religious zealots, but they are actually part of the world's largest fraternal organization
Reference We've known for a very long time that dragons aren't real, but we're still enamored by them
Reference Nearly every region of the world has influenced the customs and traditions of the United States.
Reference The fictional Dracula was loosely based on a real person with an equally disturbing taste for blood: Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia or — as he is better known — Vlad the Impaler (Vlad Tepes).
Reference Culture is the characteristics and knowledge of a particular group of people, encompassing language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts.
Reference Though Thomas Edison credited as the man who invented the lightbulb, this revolutionary technology was in fact developed by several inventors.
Reference Protein is a macronutrient that is essential to building muscle mass. It is commonly found in animal products, though is also present in other sources, such as nuts and legumes.