More than 153 years after it was lost in a violent collision at sea, government and university maritime archaeologists have identified the wreck of the
The international team of scientists, including researchers at Durham and Aberdeen universities, showed there was interaction between the hunter-gatherer and farming communities and a 'sharing'
Leicester archaeologists have revealed the bones of Richard III came within inches of destruction.
Rare new details about an ancient Roman fort in southern Jordan have been uncovered by two UT archaeology professors.
Researchers have shown that ancient Egyptian iron beads held at the UCL Petrie Museum were hammered from pieces of meteorites, rather than iron ore. The
The Faroe Islands were colonised much earlier than previously believed, and it wasn’t by the Vikings, according to new research.
The 17th century Swash Channel Wreck raised today by marine archaeologists from Bournemouth University
A study by a postgraduate researcher at the University of Southampton has found that Neanderthals were more culturally complex than previously acknowledged. Two cultural traditions
The cold, dark waters of Scottish lochs hold a certain place in the imagination – conjuring up images of the Loch Ness monster, or for
University of Colorado Boulder researcher shows the oldest known petroglyphs in North America, which are cut into several boulders in western Nevada, date to at
Scientists at Mainz University for the first time prove techniques used to produce ancient glazed beads / Investigations conducted using neutron activation analysis with the
The day before the child's death was not a pleasant one, because it was not a sudden injury that killed the 10-13 year old child
Crossrail archaeologists have discovered rare evidence of humans living on the Thames 9,000 year ago, in southeast London.
Researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Tel Aviv University discovered an array of finds on an archaeology dig that dates from the Byzantine
Scientists from the Department of Forensic Medicine at the University of Copenhagen have examined the bodies of three 500-year-old Inca children along with scientists from
Part of an enormous structure dating to the Crusader period (1099–1291 CE), which was a busy hospital, has currently been revealed to the public following
University of Leicester archaeologists have bid a fond farewell to the Grey Friars site - almost a year since beginning their archaeological search for Richard
The remains of two large 6000-year-old halls, each buried within a prehistoric burial mound, have been discovered by archaeologists from The University of Manchester and
A medieval stone coffin found at Grey Friars contains an inner lead coffin -- which archaeologists will now examine at the University of Leicester.
Researchers at the University of Kansas have been digging for clues that would tie the remains of a 15,500-year-old mammoth discovered in west-central Kansas with
Royal storerooms were also revealed in the joint archaeological excavation of the Hebrew University and the Israel Antiquities Authority at Khirbet Qeiyafa
Archaeologists from the University of York say a virtually intact Late Roman well discovered near Heslington, on the outskirts of the city, may have had