The purpose behind the mysterious rock formation, found in a French cave, remains unknown.
Turns out people 11,000 years ago weren't all that different.
After living in the Midwest for about 30 years I really didn't know too much about Indiana -- it seemed like a nice state but my sense was that the state was pretty limited, culturally.
I promise your feet won't tire from your short trek around the museum exhibits. And I know that you will see footwear from
When a museum exhibition is referred to as a blockbuster, one expects its major draw to be something along the lines of Mona Lisa, or Girl with a Pearl Earring. However, the exhibition that just opened at The Getty Center has nothing of the sort, and still, it is a bona fide blockbuster.
"What was meant by the person who did this, we simply don't know," Joordens told Nature News. "It could have been to impress
Rise of a wealthy city "Once these colonies in the west and northwest had been established, Corinth, because of its favorable
By Tim Appenzeller This story was originally published on Nature News. Read the rest of the story here. An early date for
Unglazed clay objects from ancient times that are intact are incredibly rare, but archaeologists Peter Breunig and Nicole
"Although Tonina is known for the virtuosity of its sculptors in depicting the human form and for its many images of captives
Werner Herzog's new film, "Cave of Forgotten Dreams," examines some of the first traces of human culture. In the documentary
Morse's wife Ruth sits at a photo-captioning desk while locals gather to see the cave brightly lit for the first time. Photos