Ancient haute cuisine — Mesolithic people had caviar feast

It was a fishy affair.

Archaeologists discover 4,000 year-old-game in rock shelter. It’s called “58 Holes”

People love to play games.

Archaeologists uncover Roman baths in Syria

It’s a remarkable find, but it’s only the first step.

Chinese archaeologists discover evidence of skull surgery in ancient, sophisticated hospital

It’s an important finding, from one of China’s richest archaeological sites.

Climate change caused the demise of flourishing Ancient civilization

There’s a lesson to be learned from today.

Ancient Gauls embalmed heads of enemies as trophies more than 2,000 years ago

New research is confirming historical texts and artifacts, suggesting a gruesome practice.

Vikings conquered Europe thanks to a technological innovation: tar

Tar may have been the straw that broke Europe’s back.

Eight-year-old in Sweden pulls ancient sword from a lake

This makes her the queen, right?

Ancient, “priceless” royal jewelry uncovered in Kazakhstan

Treasure? Yep, priceless, golden, sparkly treasure.

Archaeologists discover Germany’s oldest known library

An amazing finding in the heart of Cologne.

Unusual heat waves in Britain are revealing traces of ancient civilisations

Heat is bringing out ancient features.

“Made in China” label allows archaeologists to trace down ancient ship

An unfortunate centuries-old riddle was solved thanks to an unusual clue: a label.

Archaeologists find ancient horse burial on the Nile Valley

Ancient burial could tell us a lot about human-animal relationships.

Archaeologists discover stunning Greco-Roman temple in the Egyptian desert

It’s not an everyday find.

Several 13,000 year-old human footprints discovered on Canadian Pacific coast

‘Every step you take’ meets archaeology.

Mesolithic people were able to withstand dramatic climate shocks, new study shows

These ancient populations were impressively resilient.

Prehistoric wine discovered in inaccessible caves forces a rethink of ancient Sicilian culture

Prehistoric booze.

How Roman priests walked through the “Gates to Hell” — and came back

Modern science explains how an ancient ritual worked.

Archaeologists discover the 4,400-year-old tomb of a high ranking Egyptian priestess

It’s a rare glimpse into the life of an Egyptian priestess.

The greatest Viking invasion of Britain never left — it got buried there, new research finds

The site was first found in the 70’s, but couldn’t be accurately dated until now.