Archaeologists at Notre Dame Cathedral have discovered a leaden coffin and other burials that are hundreds of years old.
A full-body reconstruction of a Neolithic woman who lived 4,000 years ago is now on display at a museum in Sweden.
Archaeologists in Norway have found a handful of weapons and hunting blinds used by people more than 1,000 years ago.
Don't forget to move your clock forward an hour overnight Saturday (March 12), as daylight saving time begins Sunday.
A 328 million-year-old cephalopod may be the oldest in a group related to octopuses and vampire squids.
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A rare gold Roman coin featuring the bearded face of Emperor Volusianus, a young ruler who was assassinated by his own soldiers, has been found in Hungary.
A newfound species of pterosaur, the largest on record from the Jurassic, was found on the Isle of Skye in Scotland.
Think you know what a long-neck dinosaur looks like? Think again. Sauropods' necks were likely at least 3 feet longer than previously thought.
Hearts have become iconic symbols of Valentine's Day, but when it comes to hearts in the real world, one size doesn't fit all — particularly in the animal kingdom.
A newly described archosaur that lived 240 million years ago in what is now Tanzania had "'powerful jaws and large knife-like teeth."
Scientists have no idea what the extinct megatoothed shark megalodon looked like, a new analysis finds.
Archaeologists have found three pendants from Holocaust victims at the Sobibor Nazi death camp in Poland over the past decade.
Archaeologists discovered a Roman-era amphitheater from late antiquity on the banks of the Rhine River in Switzerland.
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered two gigantic sphinxes depicting King Amenhotep III, the grandfather of King Tut.
Scientists in Antarctica have unexpectedly spotted a sub-Antarctic penguin breeding on the southernmost continent.