The discovery of a legendary, lost shipwreck in North America has pitted treasure hunters and archaeologists against each other, raising questions about who should control sunken riches.
Remains of a vast Mayan palace dating back more than 1,000 years are discovered by archaeologists in Mexico
The first conquistadors' fleet is 'found' 500 years after Hernan Cortes destroyed his ships in Mexico to stop his men fleeing
-that promise to unlock secrets about life in ancient Greece 3,500 years ago
Thanks to the tooth marks she left in ancient "chewing gum", scientists were able to obtain DNA, which they used to decipher her genetic code.
The search for one of the most legendary boats of human history has made a potential breakthrough as multiple teams of scientists have zeroed in on a curious ship-shaped rise on Mt. Ararat in Turkey.
New Nazca lines: Researchers uncover 143 previously unseen figures drawn in the desert soil in Peru including a HUMANOID creature discovered by artificial intelligence
The second-biggest gold mine in Europe could be about to make investors rich.
That all changed when scientists began using lidar, a remote sensing technique that shoots lasers from low-flying planes. By measuring a laser's travel time, scientists can determine the shape of the ground within a few centimeters and create a pic
One of the greatest finds in the history of British archaeology: Mercian King Penda's £3m 'war hoard' of 6,000 gold artefacts from England's 'holy war of the Dark Ages' in 650AD that was found by amateur detectorist
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have discovered a secret Aztec tunnel world nestled below the busy streets of Mexico's capital city.
The city was enclosed by walls and fortifications and there were also public spaces and private dwellings that were built around squares. Some alleys and streets have also been uncovered. The sophistication of "the remains exposed indicates an org
In the late 1970s during the construction of an atomic bomb shelter, a shattered pot was found amongst the rubble. Archeologists were baffled by the strange patterns on the vessel, which dates back to 2600 BC until Dr. Aleksandar Durman finally crack
A lost city that experts have spent years searching for has been uncovered in a jungle in Cambodia
The world's largest non-polar desert, is actually the widespread burial grounds of countless, mysteriously unknown, ancient ruins & civilizations, that have long since been forgotten, having been consumed and hidden by the sands of time, thousands
A monumental discovery in the Holy Land may hold the key to the biblical mystery of David and Goliath
A more fleet-footed mega-ostrich makes sense for Pachystruthio. Madagascar's elephant birds lived on an island with no significant threat of predation (until our species showed up, that is). Pachystruthio had no such luck. Other fossils found at
A 3,400-year-old palace has emerged from a reservoir in the Kurdistan region of Iraq after water levels dropped because of drought.
Forbidden Archeology documents evidence for extreme human antiquity. Actually, over the past 150 years archaeologists have found abundant evidence showing that human beings like ourselves have existed for hundreds of millions of years. This evidence,
Lost at the bottom of the North Sea almost eight millennia ago, a vast land area between England and southern Scandinavia which was home to thousands of stone age settlers is about to be rediscovered. Marine experts, scientists and archaeologists
However, it gets much more complicated than that. A couple of years ago, I realized that the exact same Maya glyph, which David Stuart translated, can be found on the Nyköping, Sweden petroglyphs, which have been dated to 2000 BC. Then I realized
Mystery of the Spanish coins that predate Christopher Columbus by 200 years and have been found deep in the Utah desert
This is the newly discovered mega-mound, which in 1886, Smithsonian archaeologist, Cyrus Thomas, thought was a hill with rock walls on it. In a sense it was. The Zoque in Mexico and apparently the Soque in the Southern Appalachians liked to sculptur
Researcher Graham Hancock coined the phrase, 'we're like a species with amnesia,' and it's true.
The spire of Notre Dam was previously destroyed around 1789 during the French revolution. Notre Dam was rebuilt in the 1840s and that rebuilding included a new spire.