A medieval ship burial in England is now captivating viewers of the Netflix drama "The Dig." But who is actually buried at the 1,400-year-old site known as Sutton Hoo?
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Identity tags worn by children during the Holocaust have been found at the Sobibor death camp in Poland as part of excavations going back a decade.
Genghis Khan may have died of bubonic plague, and not from blood loss after being castrated or other causes bandied about over the centuries, a new study finds.
Archaeologists in Israel have uncovered 3,000-year-old textiles stained with a valuable purple dye made from Mediterranean mollusks.
Archaeologists have found the ancient ruins of a Roman fort, early Coptic church and Ptolemaic temple in Egypt.
Archaeologists have found a 2,000-year-old mummy with a gold tongue at an ancient Egyptian site called Taposiris Magna.
Archaeologists uncovered a bas-relief of a golden eagle at the foot of Templo Mayor. It's the largest of its kind discovered at the site.
A toddler was buried with meal offerings and a pet dog about 2,000 years ago in what is now central France.
A massive "cursus" monument, a site for ancient rituals has been discovered on the Scottish Isle of Arran.
With the help of a priest, a medieval hoard containing silver coins and gold rings was found in Poland.
Archaeologists have located a fort in Alaska where Tlingit people fought a pivotal battle against invading Russian forces.