The discovery pushes back the roots of agriculture in China by 12,000 years. The global emergence of similar practices around 23,000 years ago hints that
Forensic analysis of 17th-century human remains at Jamestown, Va., reveals evidence of survival cannibalism.
Wargaming is pleased to announce that the company will be funding an exhibition at the Royal Air Force Museum set to explore the background of
University of Leicester researchers have released a wealth of evidence that led to their conclusion in the discovery of Richard III. This includes DNA analysis,
Researchers have solved the riddle of how one of Africa’s greatest civilisations survived a catastrophic drought which wiped out other famous dynasties.
Dig team to investigate 600-year old stone coffin and to learn more about Church that housed a King.
The ancient Maya civilization of Mesoamerica may have developed its unique culture and architecture via contact with many other groups—not just exclusive contact with the
Archaeologists unearth new information on origins of Maya civilization
Archaeologists from the University of Leicester have uncovered one of the biggest groups of Iron Age metal artefacts to be found in the region- in
University of Leicester geneticist Dr Turi King found a match between DNA from the skeleton and two direct descendents of Richard III on the female
Richard III may have gone through very painful treatments for his spinal deformity, according to University of Leicester researcher
In January 2013 the World's media watched as a crack team of historians, archaeologists and geophysicists assembled by global game company Wargaming.net, set out to
The most supported traditional hypothesis points out that the earliest well-established human culture in the North American continent were the Clovis, a population of hunters
The Roman Empires was one of the largest, longest lasting and most important states in human history.
UC faculty have been involved in multiple research projects concerning ancient Maya culture for more than a decade. This latest Maya study from Lentz focuses
The recipe and process for preparing Maya Blue, a highly-resistant pigment used for centuries in Mesoamerica, were lost. We know that the ingredients are a
Hunter-gatherers living in glacial conditions produced pots for cooking fish, according to the findings of a pioneering new study led by the University of York
Analysis of a bronze battering ram from a 2,000 year-old warship sheds light on how such an object would have been made in ancient times.
Operation Nightingale - which has been recognised by the British Archaeological Awards for its innovation - has seen soldiers excavating the remains of a Roman
During an archaeological excavation, the Israel Antiquities Authority have announced the discovery of a rare ritual bath (miqwe) that dates to the late Second Temple
19th c. shark tooth weapons reveal 2 shark species no longer native to Gilbert Islands.
Research from the University of Cincinnati shows that perhaps the ancient Puebloans weren’t as into the maize craze as once thought.