Sarah Parcak will have to carve out some time in her schedule to pick up an award. The US archaeologist, dubbed the ”real-life Indiana Jones”, has been announced as the […]
Thousands of undelivered letters from the 17th Century are to be studied by researchers hoping to learn more about life in early modern Europe.
Water coursed back into Rome’s Trevi Fountain for the first time in over a year on Tuesday as the city showed off the latest privately-funded restoration of its prized landmarks.
The earliest known art in the British Isles may have been discovered after a dig in Jersey uncovered artefacts from the end of the last Ice Age.
Archaeologists have discovered bronze weapons buried on a Hebridean island and believe they could hold the key to understanding life there 3,000 years ago.
An archaeological study conducted by scientists from the University of Reading has discovered a set of stone tools in Scotland dated to 12,000 years ago – a full three millennia […]
The ancient Antikythera shipwreck — a lavish Greek vessel that sank more than 2,000 years ago off the southwestern Aegean island of the same name — isn’t finished giving up […]