Polish archaeologists have announced they have unearthed what is now believed to be the oldest surviving human remains in Poland.
Ancient proteins from ceramic vessels at Çatalhöyük West reveal the hidden cuisine of early farmers
Archaeologist said Jerash a ‘significant urban community of the Early Islamic period’
A unique ivory statuette depicting the god Harpokrates was discovered by archaeologists from the Bosporos Archaeological Expedition of the Research Centre for History and Archaeology of Crimea, the Crimean Federal University in Vernadsky and the…
Amulets with Christian symbolism have been found in the oldest extant town in Denmark; they may shed new light on the Christian roots of Scandinavian society.
The new dinosaur, unveiled in Current Biology on Thursday, looks like a sauropod, the group of classic long-necked dinosaurs that includes Brontosaurus, but it's technically not. Instead, Ledumahadi is an earlier, more distant cousin called a…
Pithos burials have been unearthed in the ancient city of Antandros, which is believed to have been established in the 10th century on the fringe of the Kaz Mountains (Mount Ida) in the western Turkish province of Balıkesir’s Edremit district.
A 125 metre stretch of Roman road has been uncovered in the province of Zuid-Holland during excavations carried out in preparation for work on the Rijnland Route motorway which will link the seaside resort of Katwijk to Leiden.
Fossil evidence show large angiosperm trees in N. America 15 millions years earlier: Researchers from Adelphi University and the Burpee Museum of Natural History found the fossil in the Mancos Shale Formation in Utah, in ancient delta deposits formed…
All skeletons showed consistent similarities with modern precision-grip group. Neanderthals were until quite recently often seen as simple-minded savages – powerful hunters with a short attention span.
A team of archaeologists has uncovered evidence indicating that Mayan elites lived in the pre-Hispanic city of Teotihuacán, located northeast of Mexico City more than 1,000 kilometers from the center of their civilization.
An ancient warrior's burial has been found on the first day of excavations at the Arabatskaya Strelka site in Ukraine's Henichesk District.