Over 200 years since they were discovered, researchers may have finally deciphered the elaborate Hittite carvings.
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.
An archeological site that was founded in the 1st-century BCE is threatened by the outbreak of violence by Azerbaijan against the Armenian region.
A sophisticated organized crime group used bulldozers and advanced metal detectors to excavate ancient artifacts in southern Italy, and deployed facilitators across Europe to traffic them.
British artist Antony Gormley is the first to present new works on the island, a UNESCO world heritage monument and important site in Greek mythology, since was inhabited.
The Getty Conservation Institute and the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities have completed a nearly decade-long restoration project of the 3,000-year-old tomb.
Like Italo Calvino or Umberto Eco, Ga’s theme is a search for a truth that leaves signs everywhere, but remains out of reach.
This summer’s heat has led to a series of archeological discoveries in England.
The Museum of the Bible has been funding a number of scholarly projects, including an illegal excavation in the West Bank that will certainly influence how the public understands the Bible and the ancient world.
In Heptet’s newly uncovered tomb, it’s all about the monkey paintings.
The Presidential race isn’t exactly a showcase of the best and brightest in US society, but Republican candidate Ben Carson hit a new intellectual low with his claim that the ancient pyramids of Egypt were used to store grain.
They were removing “signs of idolatry.” That’s what an ISIS fighter said in a video published online Saturday.