If you found yourself up against Henry VIII at a jousting tournament, it might have been advisable to let the king win. It proved to
University of Calgary archaeologist investigates human capacity for survival in extreme environments.
The Roman-British population from c.200-400 AD seems to have had much less gum disease the what we experience today, according to a new study of
It is possible people may have been making the trip from Easter Island to the Americas a long time before the Dutch commander Jakob Roggeveen
Through the analysis of DNA extracted from the petrous bones of skulls of ancient Europeans, scientists have identified that these peoples remained intolerant to lactose
Egyptian mummies show no signs of disabling arthritis.
A team of Greek and international divers and archaeologists have retrieved stunning new discoveries from an ancient Greek ship that sank over 2,000 years ago
An excavation carried out in August by the researchers of Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona’s (UAB) Department of Prehistory Vicente Lull, Cristina Huete, Rafael Micó y
Just as if you were adjusting a watch, the key to accurately telling evolutionary time is based on periodically calibrating against a gold standard.
Hadrian’s Wall stretches over 73 miles (117 km), from coast to coast in what is now Northern England.