In the municipality of San Vito al Torre (province of Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, in northeastern Italy), operations to recover an important ancient artifact, a Roman funerary monument, were ...
Scientists have unveiled a remarkably complete fossil of a specialized reptile named Dinocephalosaurus that swam the oceans ...
Although the right to strike wasn’t regulated until the 20th century, labor strikes occurred for various reasons since ...
A rare stone box with nine compartments, dating back approximately 2000 years, is being exhibited to the public for the first ...
At the border between Kazakhstan and China, south of the Altai Mountains, there is an ancient pass called the Dzungarian Gate ...
A team of scientists from the University of Massachusetts Amherst has found that a major theory explaining why fish are ...
Researchers from the University of Turku have conducted excavations at the Järvensuo 1 lake site, located in southern Finland ...
According to the definition, a wreck is a sunken or damaged ship. Most people associate it with a rusty iron structure or the wooden skeleton of a ship underwater. Underwater archaeologists have a ...
Thalassa! Thalassa!, the legendary cry of excitement uttered by Greek mercenaries when they saw the sea, which could put an end to their painful retreat by Persian land and return them safely to their ...
On the eve of a construction project in Heimberg, the Archaeological Service of the Canton of Bern (Switzerland) conducted a salvage excavation in the autumn of 2023. While the investigation barely ...
Neither the tallest skyscraper in the Middle East or China, nor even the largest temple in the world, the heaviest building constructed by mankind is the Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest, ...
These images are of a tube-shaped bead made of bone that is about 12,940 years old. The bead was discovered at Wyoming’s La Prele Mammoth site by UW archaeology Professor Todd Surovell and his ...