Egypt on Saturday displayed recently discovered, well-decorated ancient tombs at a Pharaonic necropolis just outside the capital Cairo
Meet primatologist Dr. Kelly Stewart and learn about her fascinating career studying mountain gorillas and primate conservation.
Archaeologists excavating in the Templo Mayor site, located in the former Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan in Mexico City have uncovered over 160 starfish placed as ritual offerings
Human-Shaped Sarcophagus Found in Newly Revealed Tombs Beneath The Notre-Dame (Science Alert 16/03/22)
Several tombs and a leaden sarcophagus likely dating from the 14th century have been uncovered by archaeologists at Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris
Collectors in the prehistoric world recycled old stone tools to preserve the memory of their ancestors (Phys.org 14/03/22)
A first-of-its-kind study at Tel Aviv University asks what drove prehistoric humans to collect and recycle flint tools that had been made, used, and discarded by their predecessors
Archaeologists have uncovered two pre-Hispanic temples in the Tehuacán el Viejo archaeological zone (Heritage Daily 13/03/22)
Archaeologists excavating within the archaeological zone of Tehuacán Viejo in Puebla, Mexico, have announced the discovery of two pre-Hispanic temples
The wreck discovery is ‘a milestone in polar history.’
A team of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions in Japan and China has found evidence of goose domestication in China approximately 7,000 years ago
A rare carved Pictish stone has been unearthed in Angus.Archaeologists believe it dates from the 5th or 6th Centuries
Meet Leakey Foundation Baldwin Fellowship Scholar Mercy Akinyi and learn what studying disease in wild baboons tells us about how behavior influences disease transmission to others.
Researchers at the University of Basel have now uncovered new clues and say that settlers at Lake Varese in northern Italy may have played a leading role
A multi-national study of the Sado Valley in Portugal suggests that mummification in Europe may be older than previously thought