They lived in America about 13,000 years ago where they hunted mammoth, mastodons and giant bison with big spears.
The change by our ancestors from hunter-gathers to farmers is one of the most intensively researched aspects of archaeology.
Recently derived equations that describe development patterns in modern urban areas appear to work equally well to describe ancient cities settled thousands of years ago,
World War II ravaged much of Europe, and its long-term effects are still being felt. A new survey shows that elderly people who experienced the
Alejandro García Reidy, researcher of the PROLOPE Group of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and Assistant Professor at Syracuse University, has discovered a manuscript
The genomes of King Richard III and one of his family’s direct living descendants are to be sequenced
The female nudes in Roman mosaics exalt beauty, the carnality and eroticism, while male bodies reflect determination, strength and power.
A University of Chester graduate’s career has taken a remarkable turn as his educational archaeology company has identified a ‘goldmine’ at Land’s End, dug up
Recent decades may have been the wettest in 3,500 years in North East Tibet.
Iraq Heritage announces the official launch of www.iraqheritage.org, a website devoted to help people understand, value, care for and enjoy Iraq's unique and ancient heritage.
In the midst of current controversies over immigration law and policy.
Neutron radiation caused by 33 A.D. earthquake could have led to "wrong" 1988 radiocarbon dating of Shroud, suggest researchers.
Genetic adaptations for life at high elevations found in residents of the Tibetan plateau.
Yoho National Park's 505-million-year-old Burgess Shale.
The largest mass extinction in the history of animal life occurred some 252 million years ago.
An international team of researchers has used DNA testing to give a unique view of the diet of large mammals,
The first top predators to walk on land were not afraid to bite off more than they could chew.
Hundreds of sites and structures established for the defence of Scotland in the First World War explored.
Investigations at Happisburgh, UK, have revealed the oldest known hominin footprint surface outside Africa at between ca. 1 million and 0.78 million years ago.
One of the issues of the Atapuerca sites that generates the most scientific debate is the dating of the strata.
The Cullinan Diamond is the largest gem-quality rough diamond ever discovered.
Scientists have for the first time sequenced an ancient RNA genome.