Archaeologists may have discovered the village where Jesus is said to have appeared after he was crucified.
The "lovers of Modena" — two 1,600-year-old skeletons found holding hands inside their grave — are both men, new research reveals.
The chaos of the French Revolution allowed Bonaparte to use his military prowess to become ruler of much of Europe.
While some media outlets have suggested they were a teenage couple, that idea hasn't been confirmed.
An inscribed ancient Egyptian scarab and five clay tablets with carvings of naked women have been found in Rehob, a 3,500-year-old city in Israel.
News of a 4,600-year-old "pyramid" or "pyramid island," supposedly discovered on a Greek island in the Aegean Sea, has been making the rounds online.
The remains of a 4,600-year-old settlement have been uncovered on a tiny, pyramid-shaped island called Dhaskalio.
The discovery of cannabis pollen near a Viking settlement in Newfoundland raises the question of whether the Vikings were smoking or eating pot while exploring North America.
Egypt's ministry of antiquities thinks the statue was stolen from the Karnak Temple some time after 1970.
A Live Science investigation reveals more about the sketchy origins of a statue that has led to a diplomatic dispute between Egypt, the U.K. and the auction house Christie's.
Dating back to the 17th century, the text contains knowledge passed down from a samurai who fought and won 33 duels in Japan.
The artifacts include ancient inscriptions, statues, coins and manuscripts from the Middle Ages, according to a Live Science investigation.
Archaeologists describe the burial of three skeletons from a nomadic tribe in what is today Russia. The remains date back 2,500 years.
A farmer in Russia noticed a bronze cauldron, which led to the discovery of the burials of elite Sarmatians in a town in Russia.
Archaeologists working in Egypt have discovered a 4,500-year-old cemetery filled with tombs, sarcophagi, mummies and artifacts.
A huge tomb holding the remains of two men, including a priest, were discovered in the ancient cemetery.
Archaeologists have discovered amazing ruins and artifacts at the largest Christian cathedral ever constructed in the ancient world.
Archaeologists have uncovered a 350-year-old massacre in Alaska that occurred during a war that may have started over a dart game.
Tens of thousands of artifacts and the remains of 28 human bodies reveal details of a massacre in the village of Nunalleq.
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