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.
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
Conflicts in the Middle East have made archaeological work increasingly difficult, but the work must go on, scholars said at a recent conference organized with
Two divers from Kent have today pleaded guilty to not declaring valuable items from shipwrecks off the UK coast.
Researchers from The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University, in partnership with the Ocean Exploration Trust, are excavating a rare
Archaeologists are hoping to discover who was buried in a 14th century stone coffin found near the final resting place of Richard III.