archeology

The large skull is big enough to hold a modern-sized brain.
Little was known about the well-endowed Cerne Abbas Giant in England … until now.
Discovery of the 2,000-year-old death mask is "a sensation," an expedition leader said, because most Egyptian dignitaries' tombs were looted in ancient times.
The new Bears Ears National Monument boundary strips protections for approximately three-fourths of known archaeological treasures.
The discovery suggests the ice-age humans may have used boats to travel among islands.
Bits of paper recovered from wreckage off the North Carolina coast reveal heart-pounding prose.
Riaan Rifkin, a prehistoric archaeologist, together with geneticists at the University of Pretoria, South Africa gets down to the root of origins of human disease pathogens in sub-Saharan Africa, the cradle of mankind.