Italian archaeologists uncover what appears to be a model for an engineering masterwork.
The massive statues can be moved side to side like refrigerators by a small number of people, researchers found.
The 4,200-year-old fort consisted of 10-foot-thick walls that were once 22 feet high and was unusually advanced for its time.
The fate of a lost Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece, known as the Battle of Anghiari, will remain unsolved.
The pyramids were spotted by a series of ancient stairs that had been carved into the wall of what is now a wine cellar.
Partially buried in mud and gravel near the riverbank some 18 miles north of Budapest, the flat bottomed wreck is about 40 feet long.
An ancient Roman lead scroll unearthed in England three years ago has turned out to be a curse intended to cause misfortune to more than a dozen people, according to new research.
An almost intact Roman ship has been found in the sea off the town on Varazze, some 18 miles from Genova, Italy.
As the expedition to Nikumaroro nears an end, hopes to identify pieces of Amelia Earhart's plane are waning.
Dating back to the Hellenistic period (third-second centuries BC), the port was Israel's largest and most important at the time.
Analysis of fractured objects on a Pacific island suggest they may have held 1930s-era American beauty products.
The Great Wall of China, the world's largest man-made structure, is much longer than anyone previously thought.
Dozens of radio signals heard after her plane crashed add to evidence that the legendary aviator didn't just vanish.
A winding investigation yields surprising clues about who may have discovered the New World, and when ...