The relief, found on a wall panel in the underground complex, shows the integration of Neo-Assyrian culture into the Aramaic culture of Iron Age Turkey.
The Neolithic structure is 500 years older than the oldest structure previously found in the Abu Dhabi islands.
The house and other finds, which date from the 13th to 19th centuries, show how the area was used and changed throughout the centuries.
A ship, uncovered by construction workers near Tallinn's Old Harbor in Estonia, is a rare find that can shed light on medieval shipbuilding.
The statue of Anat, the goddess of love and war, was discovered by a farmer in his field and dates back to 2500 B.C.
Human parasitic infection in the U.K. evolved over time and between regions due to changes in sanitation, according to research from the University of Oxford.
Meat-heavy feasts happened only occasionally among the Anglo-Saxons, two studies on skeletal remains and food lists reveal.
Glacial archaeologists in Norway have found an ancient sandal that provides evidence of historic human traffic on a remote mountain pass known as the Horse Ice Patch.
Reference Ida B. Wells was a journalist who used her writing to highlight the sociology of racial injustice in America during the time of segregation.