Reference From the fallen angel to the horned goat, we trace 8 real historical images of Satan.
The remains of a man, possibly a slave, indicate that he was crucified in the third or fourth century A.D. in Roman England.
From the identity location of Cleopatra's tomb to the fate of the Ark of the Covenant, some historical mysteries may never be solved.
Reference Marie Curie was a physicist and chemist and a pioneer in the study of radiation.
A chemical analysis of a medieval man's remains from the Scottish Highlands reveals he wasn't a local.
The Great Wall of China was built to defend the empire from enemy armies, but now it acts as a unifying symbol and a useful propaganda tool for the ruling Communist Party.
Rome built an empire that stretched from northern England to the Middle East. Here's a look at the history and facts about ancient Rome.
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in the Territory of Hawaii devastated U.S. naval power in the Pacific and precipitated America’s entry into World War II.
The biblical city where the Gospels tell of Jesus performing some of his most famous miracles is now a source of debate among archaeologists.
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.