High-orbiting satellites offer clues about what lies buried underground.
Archaeology is fundamentally the study of humanity and its past. Archaeologists study things that were created, used or changed by humans. They do this by studying the material remains, in other words, the stuff we leave behind.
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.
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.
Archaeologists diving off the southeastern coast of Cyprus just discovered an ancient treasure: the first known "undisturbed Roman shipwreck" in the country's history.
The island is most famous today for its supposed links to the Druids, who were described by the Roman general Julius Caesar
The island of Anglesey, overlooking the Irish Sea, has been linked for centuries with ancient and magical mysteries. The island has been linked with the magical order of priests called the Druids.
The Stone Age may not have been "The Flintstones," but there were definitely caveman qualities to it.
This colonial tavern (and maybe brothel) burned down years before the rest of Brunswick Town was razed by British soldiers in 1766.
Hundreds of tiny islands around Scotland didn't arise naturally. They're fakes that were constructed out of boulders, clay and timbers by Neolithic people about 5,600 years ago, a new study finds.
There are no surviving members of an ancient and mysterious group of people who lived in North America for millennia. Until now, scientists thought they had vanished without a trace.
Current page: 2