The beads, located in three Indigenous sites in Alaska, date to the mid-to-late 15th century, prior to Columbus’s landfall.
In Negrar, archaeologists found evidence of an ancient Roman villa just meters under the earth’s surface.
Researchers recently discovered systems of sorting rubbish, like mortar and plaster, for reuse.
The legacy of artists in National Parks goes all the way back to Thomas Moran, whose paintings of Yellowstone helped incite its park status in 1872.
Coverage of the discovery of an ancient mosque in Rahat has neglected to mention the planned mass relocation of thousands of people to the Bedouin town.
Operation Pandora III, carried out by the Spanish Civil Guard, Europol, Interpol, and the World Customs Organization, included a special focus on illicit online trafficking. 59 individuals were arrested in the operation.
They are disturbed by the organization’s “inaction” after attendees voiced their concerns about an archaeology professor, David Yesner, who was implicated in a Title IX investigation and banned from a university.
From shipwreck artifacts to everyday trash, Below the Surface is a digital archive for centuries of human detritus, all exhumed from an Amsterdam canal.
The findings lend insight into ancient Native American inking traditions.
Researchers have identified over 50 massive, long-unseen geogylphs that date from between 500 BCE to 200 CE — centuries before the time of the known Nazca lines.
An anthropologist and a historian weigh in on the troubling genre of the archaeological adventure story.
Officials in Chile failed to protect the 1,400-year-old cave paintings, which are currently under no surveillance.