Archaeologists in Russia have unearthed a Scythian-crafted silver plate depicting a fertility goddess.
Historians have found tasty new evidence that the people who built Stonehenge supplemented their meat and dairy diets with nut and fruit "energy bars" made with animal fat.
Ancient footprints reveal a mysterious relative of humans may have lived at the same time and in the same area as the famous human ancestor "Lucy" in Tanzania.
Reference The history of computers began with primitive designs in the early 19th century and went on to change the world during the 20th century.
A scientific illustrator has made a facial reconstruction of a powerful woman who lived during the Bronze Age in what is now Spain.
Scientists have unearthed the oldest fossils to date of the mysterious human lineage known as the Denisovans.
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Archaeologists have found the oldest jewelry decorated by anatomically modern humans in Eurasia on record.
Franklin was being sarcastic. But dig into the story of how the myth arose and it just gets weirder and weirder.
A 54-page document co-written with engineer Michele Besso sold for a record-breaking $13 million at auction on Tuesday, Nov 23.
A letter written by Russian empress Catherine the Great on April 20, 1787, stressing the importance of the smallpox vaccine will go up for auction in London.
Reference Though Thomas Edison credited as the man who invented the lightbulb, this revolutionary technology was in fact developed by several inventors.
More than 2,000 years ago, a guerrilla army of Jewish rebels stormed and defeated a stronghold of the occupying Seleucid Empire.
A rare 54-page manuscript written by Albert Einstein and Michele Besso could earn a record sum at auction on Tuesday, Nov. 23
Reference In the Battle of the Alamo, outnumbered Texan rebels defended against a Mexican army during the Texas Revolution
Five rare "non-returning" boomerangs found in dry riverbed in South Australia were probably used hundreds of years ago to hunt waterbirds, according to a new study.
The former waste dump, condemned as an environmental disaster site in the 1980s, could be the resting place of Teamster boss Jimmy Hoffa, a recent deathbed confession revealed.