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Amber fossils provide oldest evidence of frogs in wet, tropical forests

About 99 million years ago, a tiny juvenile frog in present-day Myanmar was suddenly trapped in sap with a beetle, perhaps its intended next meal.

Engraved Crimean stone artifact may demonstrate Neanderthal symbolism

A flint flake from the Middle Paleolithic of Crimea was likely engraved symbolically by a skilled Neanderthal hand, according to a study published by Ana Majkic from the University of Bordeaux, France and colleagues. The authors developed a detailed framework for interpreting engravings on stone artifacts.

The Junior Archaeologists of Western Australia Goes Global!

The Junior Archaeologists Club of Western Australia is leading the way in inspiring the next generation of heritage professionals to protect our fragile heritage.

Sasanian loom discovered in Northern Iraq

A team of Frankfurt-based archaeologists has returned from the Iraqi-Kurdish province of Sulaymaniyah with new findings. The discovery of a loom from the 5th to 6th century AD in particular caused a stir.

Earliest known marine navigation tool revealed with scanning technology

Details of the earliest known marine navigation tool, discovered in a shipwreck, have been revealed thanks to state-of-the-art scanning technology at WMG, University of Warwick.

Ornamented artifact may indicate long-distance exchange between Mesolithic communities

An ornamented bâton percé found in Central Poland may provide evidence of exchange between Mesolithic communities.

West Norwood Catacombs

West Norwood Cemetery is a 40-acre (16 ha) cemetery in West Norwood in London, England. It was also known as the South Metropolitan Cemetery....

24 Dancing Goddess Gifs

Image Credit : Nina Paley

Above Sotheby’s auction house is the oldest private sculpture on display outdoors in London.

Above the entrance to Sotheby's auction house on 34-35 New Bond Street W1 is an ancient Egyptian statue of the lion-goddess Sekhmet.