Archaeologists call for surveys to stop illegal searching near the Jersey Island site where a hoard of about 70,000 coins, as well as valuable artefacts, were found in 2012.
Archaeologists examined ancient engravings of animal tracks and human footprints carved on rock with the help of Indigenous trackers. Although the results indicate a pattern in the animal species depicted, the context and meaning behind this pattern…
the excavation involves archaeology students from Glasgow University, archaeologists from across the United Kingdom, and community members. According to Gavin MacGregor, director of Archaeology Scotland, “bringing people together to congregate on the…
Koç University archaeologists from Turkey uncovered an Imperial Hittite archive during excavations at Kayalıpınar. The findings belong to Ḫattušili III, a Hittite emperor who ruled during the 13th century BCE and was known for his treaty with the…
The burial mound of a Bronze Age girl unearthed in Kazakhstan contains a plethora of grave goods, including dozens of animal bones that may have been used for ceremonial purposes and a carving of a frog on a bronze disc.
Archaeologists, developed methods for the enrichment and analysis of nuclear DNA from sediments, and applied them to cave deposits in western Europe and southern Siberia dated to between approximately 200,000 and 50,000 years ago.
After six years of extensive archaeological excavations, researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University have uncovered a 220-meter-long section of an ancient street first discovered by British archaeologists in 1894.
Egypt archaeologists find 20 ancient coffins in necropolis of Asasif near Luxor antic city.
4th century BC bathhouse has sections meant for different purposes with facility for cold, warm and hot bath
350,000 years old axes, found at Antalya’s Karain Cave to unearth more ancient historical facts
Archaeologists in England have made an unusual discovery in a Roman well. This find is one that is providing new insights into Roman Britain and has been hailed as being both of national and international importance.
The ancient Lydian capital of Sardis was a keystone of western Asia Minor and one of the most important political centers of the Aegean and Near Eastern worlds.
Archaeological excavations at Croatia's Vinkovci site completed
1,500-year-old farming and carpentry tools found in Northwest Turkey
Archaeologists discovered the largest family tomb known since the studies of the necropolis of Apollonia. It has a rectangular shape, 6.2 x 8 metres.