Ancient Egyptian artworks help scientists reconstruct how animal communities changed as climate became drier and human populations grew.
A vast amount of previously unknown archaeological monuments have been unveiled around Stonehenge as part of an unprecedented digital mapping project that will transform our
It is the first time for over 60 years that a new Viking fortress is found in Denmark, says curator Nanna Holm of The Danish
Researchers from the Tübingen collaborative research center Resource Cultures (SFB 1070) have uncovered the remains of a previously unknown Copper Age settlement in the central
The first example of a rock engraving attributed to Neanderthals has been discovered in Gorham's Cave, Gibraltar, by an international team.
Archaeologists from the University of Bonn, working with restorers, are preserving and studying 4th-century tunics ascribed to St. Ambrose.
By the end of the Roman Empire, humanity had crossed a critical threshold of social organization that allowed more people to take advantage of economies
A team led by University of Kansas Distinguished Professor Rolfe Mandel in July excavated a northeast Kansas site in Pottawatomie County seeking to find artifacts
The London History Group was launched mid 2014 as a community engagement project, building on local knowledge to promote the less known historical sites of
There are many examples of stone and marble seat benches from across the Roman Empire but this is believed to be the only surviving wooden
Iron Age copper smelters were respected leaders with sophisticated skills, say Tel Aviv University archaeologists
A Bronze Age palace excavation reveals an ancient wine cellar, according to a study published August 27, 2014 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by
In the tropical forest of central Yucatan peninsula, two large Maya sites have been discovered by an archaeological expedition led by Ivan Šprajc, of the
An excavation in Dovedale, Derbyshire by archaeologists from the National Trus, Leicester University and the Defence Archaeology Group (Operation Nightingale) has unearthed a hoard of
A unique archaeological find uncovered near the site of a Roman villa in Dorset could help to shed light on the rural elite of late-Roman
Unlike most hunter-gatherer societies of the Bronze Age, the people of the Baikal region of modern Siberia (Russia) respected their dead with formal graves.
Wardell Armstrong Archaeology's excavation at Blackfriars has revealed its most interesting artefacts at the closing stages of the project – including a number of Roman
A rare seal of the Monastery of St. Sabas was excavated in the Bayit VeGan quarter in Jerusalem. The seal was unearthed a year and
Over the last couple of years, GUARD Archaeology teams led by GUARD Archaeologists Warren Bailie and Kevin Mooney, have discovered a range of prehistoric archaeology
Two divers from Kent have today pleaded guilty to not declaring valuable items from shipwrecks off the UK coast.
A small village in Kent might now be the location for a building that would be looked upon as the jewel of Tudor design.
Inscriptions tell us that people have always complained about the high taxes