Archaeologists have uncovered a 350-year-old massacre in Alaska that occurred during a war that may have started over a dart game.
Tens of thousands of artifacts and the remains of 28 human bodies reveal details of a massacre in the village of Nunalleq.
Here's a look at some of the more interesting places the historical Jesus may have set foot in, and what he was doing there.
The most famous crucifixion in the world took place when, according to the New Testament, Jesus was put to death by the Romans. But he was far from the only person who perished on the cross.
The re-created, three-dimensional face of a dog that lived 4,500 years ago in Scotland is so realistic, you almost want to reach out and pet its thick fur.
After the building that symbolized 'all that is Russian' went up in flames, the czar scrambled to restore it to its former glory.
Legend has it that Jesus walked up the steps in Jerusalem on his way to trial, before his crucifixion.
The Hebrew Bible tells numerous stories about King David but there's very little archaeological evidence linked to his existence.
The ancient bones and teeth of a previously unknown human relative — one that was even smaller than the so-called Hobbit — have been discovered deep in a cave on an island in the Philippines.
Nearly 200 years ago, Cherokee gathered inside a cave in Alabama and, using their newly minted alphabet, wrote ceremonial messages onto the walls and ceiling, a new study finds.
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