An archeological exploration of the amphitheater’s sewers and water systems uncovered remnants of meat, vegetables, olives, nuts, and yes, pizza.
Archaeologists excavated the burial site in eastern Finland, shedding light on Stone Age funerary practices.
The White River Narrows rock art is considered sacred by Native American peoples in the region.
The discovery marks the first major archaeological discovery since the beginning of Syria’s civil war.
Salman al-Nabahin from Gaza’s Bureij refugee camp wanted to plant new olive trees but something underneath the soil stood in his way.
The discovery confirms that it’s not the length of the history that matters, so much as its breadth.
This summer, the museum relinquished 21 Ancient Greek and Roman artifacts to the Manhattan DA.
A collection of household items found in chests and cabinets provides new insights into the lives of middle-class Pompeians, according to the researchers.
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.