Swords, silver buttons and a balance scale all signalled that archaeologists had found an important trading site in Steinkjer, north of Trondheim, Norway. Photo: Åge
University of Leicester archaeologists hope to shed new light on Richard III’s final resting place with a new dig at the site of the Grey
It is nothing short of a world record in DNA research that scientists at the Centre for GeoGenetics at the Natural History Museum of Denmark
Ancient Maya pyramids tower above the forest at Tikal, Guatemala, during a rain storm. : Brigham University BYU researchers have dug up new evidence from
According to the excavation director on behalf of the Israel Antiquities Authority, “This is the first time we have encountered such a finely preserved section
Appalachian Mountains : Wiki Commons UUT anthropology professor Jan Simek finds art is strategically placed to reveal a cosmological puzzle It is likely some of
Archaeologists will next week begin the search for an elusive Roman fort believed to be located somewhere in the Angus and Aberdeenshire countryside.
The Hadrian's Wall Trust has appointed Oxford Archaeology North, based in Lancaster to lead a second archaeological dig, the Roman Settlement Project, at Maryport this
A team of archaeologists and volunteers led by Newcastle University's Professor Ian Haynes with site director Tony Wilmott has started work in Maryport until 22
TAU research says unique structure is the product of skilled construction
WHEN did modern humans settle in Asia and what route did they take from mankind’s African homeland? A University of Huddersfield professor has helped to
Tooth enamel shows surprising change in our ancient buffet
An Analysis on The Origins of Praxiteles’ Creation of the Aphrodite of Knidos - Written by Londyn Lamar
The Getty Villa in Malibu, California is the beautiful educational center dedicated to housing the artifacts and antiques from the ancient Etruscan, Greek, and Roman
A new method of sourcing the origins of artefacts in high definition is set to improve our understanding of the past.
Use of new analysis techniques provides food for thought about how people lived 5,000 years ago.
Historical artefacts can be used as a powerful tool to reinforce group identity and forge a nation-state, but their use can have adverse consequences such
An archaeological reporting scheme which helps the marine aggregate industry report historical finds from the seabed will benefit from a renewed funding deal between The
DNA analysis is unearthing the origins of the Minoans, who some 5,000 years ago established the first advanced Bronze Age civilization in present-day Crete. The
A spectacular colorful mosaic dating to the Byzantine period (4th–6th centuries CE) was exposed in recent weeks in the fields of Kibbutz Bet Qama, in
The so-called Elephant's Tomb in the Roman necropolis of Carmona (Seville, Spain) was not always used for burials.
A University of Southampton professor has carried out the most detailed analysis ever of the archaeological remains of the lost medieval town of Dunwich, dubbed