An ancient Roman wooden phallus found buried in a ditch was likely used for sexual purposes and is now on display at a museum in England.
For the first time ever, researchers have created a facial approximation of a woman from the Nabataean civilization.
A facial approximation reveals what Zuzu, a man who lived 9,600 years ago in Brazil, may have looked like.
The unusual skeleton of a holy woman buried in a crouched position in medieval times has been identified.
A battleground fought over by ancient Egyptians and the Ptolemaic Kingdom and mentioned on the Rosetta Stone has been discovered.
What caused a clog in this 2,000-year-old Roman bathhouse? A treasure trove of gemstones, that’s what.
A workshop discovered in Saqqara showcases the different ingredients ancient Egyptians used for embalming.
Archaeologists in Jerusalem have unearthed a massive moat beneath a busy roadway. But a handprint etched into the stone structure remains a mystery.
X-rays of a sword that had been sitting in museum storage reveals that it’s actually from the Bronze Age.
While conducting an aerial survey of northern Guatemala, researchers detected a sprawling Maya site.
Archaeologists in Denmark have unearthed portions of a massive Viking hall, with more of the structure still buried.
The formation of the Bering Land Bridge connecting Asia to North America occurred much later than experts thought.