A naval battle took place between the Romans and their archenemies the Carthaginians
New species of tyrannosaur unearthed in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
First multi-disciplinary evidence for management of cattle populations in northern China
Scientists have made the first ever observations of how a rare type of lava continues moving almost a year after a volcanic eruption.
No living mammal is more peculiar than the platypus.
How far into the past can ice-core records go?
Animals descended from pigs brought by the Philistines 3,000 years ago
Civilisations have fallen because they failed to prevent the degradation of the soil
“These are not the ruins you’re looking for!”
Pangea integration and the biggest mass extinction happened 250 million years ago
The basic sauropod dinosaur is one of the recognisable of prehistoric animals
The Norwegian Vikings were more oriented towards the East than we have previously assumed
Dinosaurs steps have been digitally reconstructed by experts
Scientists verify the presence of tuberculosis from 7,000 years ago
A new research study to help uncover Malta’s prehistoric past.
A researcher has developed a way to use the trees as a window into coastal condition
Archaeologist Professor Simon Keay will lead the project, ‘Roman Mediterranean Ports’
Archaeologists have discovered an extraordinary Roman sculpture in the form of an eagle
Riverside-led study points to an ancient oxygen-free and hydrogen sulfide-rich ocean
How mice and rats developed a unique masticatory apparatus making them evolutionary champions
Two fossilized footprints were likely made by birds during the Early Cretaceous
Climate changes from millions of years ago are recorded at daily rate in ancient sea shells, new research shows.