Some believe the attack on archaeologist Manolis Psarros is connected to ongoing pressures from the tourism industry.
These Are Some of the Oldest Weapons in the Americas
Projectile points recently found at the Cooper’s Ferry archeological site in Idaho predate similar findings by thousands of years.
Holy Sepulchre Church Excavation Unearths Constantine-Era Rock Layers
The findings constitute pivotal evidence for reconstructing the building methods and mosaic decorations in churches in the late Roman Empire.
These Stunning Roman Mosaics Were Hidden Under Croatian Streets
Archaeologists discovered the mosaic floors during excavations before the city began construction on sewage and water pipes.
Archeologists Find Evidence of a “Lost” Continent Linking Europe and Asia
Fossils suggest that Asian mammals “invaded” Europe by crossing over a landmass that is now being called “Balkanatolia.”
Archaeologists Uncover Largest Trove of Mummification Materials in Egypt
“It is probably the largest complex and undisturbed find of its kind originating from ancient Egypt,” said Mohamed Megahed, head of the archaeological mission.
How Hallucinogens Were Used as an Ancient Political Tactic
Excavation at a site in the southern Peruvian town of Quilcapampa uncovered artifacts related to hallucinogenic beverages.
2,000-Year-Old Roman Glass Bowl Unearthed “Like New”
Archeologists excavating in Nijmegen, the Netherland’s oldest city, found the bowl in pristine condition.
Strikingly Preserved Roman Statues Discovered During Railway Dig
Archaeologists excavating along the route of the new HS2 railway in England unearthed three Roman busts in a find they describe as “once in a lifetime.”
Scholars Decipher 3,200-year-old Rock Reliefs That Depict the Cosmos
Over 200 years since they were discovered, researchers may have finally deciphered the elaborate Hittite carvings.
119 Human Skulls Unearthed in 15th-century Aztec Shrine
The most recent excavation of the Huei Tzompantli revealed the skulls of 119 men, women, and children, bringing the total number of skulls found in the tower to more than 600.
Archeologist Raises Alarms Over Azerbaijan’s Shelling of an Ancient City
An archeological site that was founded in the 1st-century BCE is threatened by the outbreak of violence by Azerbaijan against the Armenian region.