Settlements from a "lost" Amazonian civilization were found.
A blue vase decorated with gold and silver that once sat in a kitchen actually belonged to a Chinese emperor and was just sold for $1.8 million.
Archaeologists think the missing foot of a woman buried in China almost 3,000 years ago was amputated as a criminal punishment, according to a new study.
A pair of kayakers discovered a skull fragment near the Minnesota River. Authorities were shocked to learn that the bone was 8,000 years old.
The ancient Egyptian king Tutankhamun was entombed with lavish grave goods. What were other Egyptian pharaohs buried with in ancient times?
Archaeologists in Wales have unearthed 17 skeletons at a medieval friary, but it's unclear whether the human remains belonged to friars or lay people.
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Thousands of large and small pits dotted the Stonehenge landscape in prehistoric times, a special type of field survey reveals.
The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant explosion resulted in the most horrific nuclear disaster in the world.
Researchers in Laos have uncovered an ancient molar that may have belonged to a Denisovan girl who lived up to 164,000 years ago.
Archaeologists in Egypt have found the tomb of an official who claimed to have access to secret royal documents.
Archaeologists in southeastern Turkey have unearthed a vast underground city that was built almost 2,000 years ago and possibly used by early Christians to escape Roman persecution.
Archaeologists in Turkey have discovered a 2,300-year-old brick tomb that contains the remains of a partially cremated body.
Glacial archaeologists have found a well preserved arrow from the Iron Age that hunters used to shoot reindeer.
Russian forces have reportedly stolen ancient Scythian artifacts made of gold from a museum in Ukraine.
The relief, found on a wall panel in the underground complex, shows the integration of Neo-Assyrian culture into the Aramaic culture of Iron Age Turkey.
Reference The Byzantine Empire, also called Byzantium, was the eastern half of the Roman Empire that continued on after the western half of the empire collapsed.
Bronze Age copper alloy daggers were used for processing animal carcasses, a revolutionary new analysis technique has revealed.