An unfortunate centuries-old riddle was solved thanks to an unusual clue: a label.
Ancient burial could tell us a lot about human-animal relationships.
It’s not an everyday find.
‘Every step you take’ meets archaeology.
These ancient populations were impressively resilient.
Modern science explains how an ancient ritual worked.
It’s a rare glimpse into the life of an Egyptian priestess.
The site was first found in the 70’s, but couldn’t be accurately dated until now.
The settlement, named Dhaskalio, was simply stunning for its time.
The Two Brothers turned out to be, in fact, brothers. But it wasn’t an easy feat.
Children in the future will have a much soggier view of their roots.
Caesar’s incursion in Britain might have been more successful than we thought.
Among the most intriguing findings are a group of (likely ceremonial) cauldrons that show signs of long-term use and repair.
Ironically, the archaeologist hasn’t even visited Saudi Arabia.
You thought we found everything, didn’t you?
Canaanites were flourishingly pagan before Joshua came in.
When you can correlate computer models of comets with carvings from 13 millennia ago — that’s got to feel good.
It’s the 14th family member archaeologists have found in the area.