A landslide in northern Spain has helped unearth two Iron Age gold necklaces that were likely buried in a hoard about 2,500 years ago.
Ground-penetrating radar is revealing the secrets of a Roman legion camp near Tel Megiddo, including the ancient camp's amphitheater for combat training.
About 1,700 years ago, liquid gypsum was poured over the remains of an elite family in Roman Britain.
A rainstorm has exposed the ancient Roman stone carvings of a phallus, face and cornucopia at a first-century fort in Spain.
A look at 21 ancient Egyptian mummified children reveals that one-third of them had a blood disorder known as anemia.