Henges were earthworks that began to emerge during the Neolithic period and sometimes, though not always, contained stone
The site is so well-preserved archaeologists know what was served for dinner.
Alexander McNabb's hot adventure "A Decent Bomber" for a change wasn't set in the Arab world, but managed, in its Irish venue, to tie back to the region he's used as a backdrop for earlier novels.
A trove of 2,000 delicate gold spirals that date back to the Bronze Age was recently discovered in Denmark -- and archaeologists
"This dagger is bronze and so this item would have been incredibly rare at the time; its color and keen hard edge would have
What kind of bones? That has yet to be determined. But the archaeologists said that the well-preserved armor might have belonged
Gift to the gods Though the children probably weren't human sacrifices killed to appease the gods, they may have been offered
Archaeologists in the country of Georgia discovered a 4,000-year-old burial chamber containing treasure and chariots.
The kurgan was found in eastern Georgia near the municipality of Lagodekhi and was excavated in 2012. An ancient burial containing
Currently we are facing the very same type of situation that they faced back in 1177 BC -- climate change, earthquakes, famines, droughts, rebellions. The only thing missing from today's scenario are the Sea Peoples -- the mysterious invaders from overseas. So, what are we waiting for?
"Having received photos of [the] plates, I pondered the possible interpretations of images," Vodolazhskaya wrote in an email
Archaeologists in southern Israel say they've uncovered a young donkey that was carefully laid to rest on its side more than
The expedition plans to use new methods of chemical analysis to examine residues on pottery, which might provide hints about
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Siberia's Denisova cave held the pinky bone of an unknown early human species, a genetics team reported in March. The Naturejournal
The great cliché of our age is that we are sinking into a lobotomized celebrity culture where we worship the worthless. But is it true?
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Prehistoric mysteries uncovered in an archaeological dig at a Co Down road scheme were revealed to the public this morning