The footprints, discovered on the salt flats of a US Air Force training site, are believed to date back to the last Ice Age.
The finding was part of an offering placed on a pond, thought to replicate the entrance to the underworld.
Jim Fitton has been in custody since March, when Iraqi officials found 12 small shards of pottery in his luggage.
The figures of Assyrian deities were found in an underground chamber in Başbük that was first discovered by looters.
A mural fragment found in a Mayan site in San Bartolo, Guatemala may be the earliest evidence of the 260-day calendar.
Robo-hounds are being deployed to inspect the ancient city for structural threats to its preservation.
The elaborate mosaic is the largest discovered in London in half a century.
Whether museums will be excited to discover that they’re the proud owners of these “chamber pots” remains to be seen.
Egyptologists have uncovered over 18,000 bits of broken pottery used as writing surfaces 2,000 years ago.
A study that reexamined Homo sapiens fossils found our species is 30,000 years older than previously believed.
With $1.3 million granted by the Getty, teams hope to develop innovative solutions to address Wupatki’s challenges that can also be applied to other climate-vulnerable heritage sites.
Pigment found on rocks in a Spanish cave was applied by humans 60,000 years ago using splattering and blowing techniques.