A celestial phenomenon is revealing underground structures.
The 9,000-year-old site is just outside Jerusalem. The ancient people who lived there were quite sophisticated.
For the first time since 1965, two pyramids built by the ancient Egyptians, including the unique "Bent Pyramid," are being opened to the public, according to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities.
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.
The code breaker hastened the end of World War II and laid the foundations for modern computer science.
A prehistoric, broken skull is revealing the secrets of ancient humans, divulging that early modern humans left Africa much earlier than previously thought, a new study finds.
Egypt's ministry of antiquities thinks the statue was stolen from the Karnak Temple some time after 1970.
The ancient Philistines weren't local to what is now modern-day Israel. Instead, this enigmatic group descended from a group of seafaring Europeans, a new study of ancient DNA finds.
Archaeologists have uncovered what may be the foundations of the childhood home of Lady Jane Grey — a relative of King Henry VIII and Queen of England for nine days in July 1553.
A baptismal font dating to the 6th or 7th century A.D. was just found — hidden inside another baptismal font — in the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
Archaeologists diving off the southeastern coast of Cyprus just discovered an ancient treasure: the first known "undisturbed Roman shipwreck" in the country's history.
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