Archaeologists have recovered a Maya chocolate-type vessel from the Cueva de la Cruz, near the coastal resort of Playa del Carmen, in Mexico’s Yucatán.
Clay figurine discovered in Germany may represent a prehistoric water goddess (Heritagedaily 07/14/2022)
Archaeologists have discovered a unique clay figurine that may represent a prehistoric water goddess in Bavaria, Germany.
Archaeologists excavating a passageway in the Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest known cave system, have uncovered artefacts dating from the 19th and 20th century.
Ancient sanctuary used by Roman soldiers nearly 2,000 years ago found in the Netherlands (Live Science 07/11/2022)
The complex had altars for Mercury, Jupiter and Hercules.
Size, setting and narrative all play a role.
A jawbone fragment discovered in northern Spain last month could be the oldest known fossil of a human ancestor found to date in Europe, Spanish paleontologists said Friday.
A team of archaeologists from the University of Manchester are excavating Arthur’s Stone, a tomb linked to the legendary King Arthur.