The 5,000-year-old mummies, which have been at the British Museum, have tattoos of a wild bull, sheep, and alphabet-like motifs.
An exhibition at the Atkinson Art Gallery and Library sheds light on the somewhat mysterious 19th-century scholar and collector Anne Goodison.
Archaeologists discovered rock art depicting about a dozen life-size dromedaries and equids.
Researchers have made major new discoveries in Central America that suggest Maya settlements were more complex and expansive than previously known.
The driver left “deep scars” on the site last Saturday, the country’s ministry of culture announced earlier this week.
The ancient temple complex of Ain Dara was partially destroyed by the Turkish military as they continue to attack Kurdish forces in the Afrin region of Syria.
Archaeologists discovered a 10,000-year-old elongated piece of ochre with a sharpened end in Britain.
Indian scientists discovered a 5,000-year-old stone carvings they claim depicts an ancient supernova.
A new study suggests that thousands of archaeological sites in the southeastern United States will be underwater by the end of the century.
Restoring the Minoans: Elizabeth Price and Sir Arthur Evans at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World revisits the archaeology of Knossos through a contemporary video installation.
8,000-year-old stylized engravings show domesticated dogs accompanying humans on the hunt.
J. Paul Getty Museum published a free, digital catalogue documenting one of the richest troves of lamps from the ancient Mediterranean world.