Seven days of play in paradise The News-Press Archaeological Kayak and Site Tour Learn about our ancient native Calusa Civilization by taking a guided tour of the Calusa Heritage Trail at the Pineland Site Complex.
We all know the Darwin fish, the car-bumper send-up of the Christian ichthys symbol, or Jesus fish. Unlike the Christian symbol, the Darwin fish has, you know, legs. But the Darwin fish isn't merely a clever joke; in effect, it contains a testable scientific prediction. If evolution is true, and...
Chile: Ancient Mummies Damaged by Quake ABC News The mummies date back to the Chinchorro period that lasted from 5,000 to 1,500 B.C. That makes them older than the famed 3,300-year-old mummy of ancient Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun.
Rye and Battle Today Link Road excavation added to the archaeology and history of county Rye and Battle Today Archaeologist Casper Johnson told the Observer: “The Bexhill Hastings Link Road is providing an opportunity to significantly increase our...
Crowds are flocking to León's San Isidro basilica in Spain after two historians published a book claiming that the precious goblet of the Infanta Doña Urraca is the mythical chalice from which Jesus drank during the last supper.
t was supposed to showcase ancient Aboriginal stories and promote cross-cultural understanding. Instead, a "songline" exhibition due to open last night at the South Australian Museum, one of the nation's leading art institutions, has been postponed indefinitely after a group of traditional owners threatened legal action.
The exhibition - years in the making, and intended as the first in a series of shows stemming from a A$800,000 ($854,604) research project - depicts the Ngintaka creation story, tracing it across a remote, 486,000sq km desert region where Western Australia and South Australia meet the Northern Territory.
Tiny Minnesota museum's canoe a 1000-year-old historic find Yahoo News But this week, archaeologists who conducted radio carbon tests on the canoe said it was crafted almost 1,000 years ago, making it the oldest canoe in the state and shedding...
Alaska Dispatch Looking for clues to an ancient massacre in the Aleutians Alaska Dispatch Looking for clues to an ancient massacre in the Aleutians. Jim PaulinDutch Harbor Fisherman. April 5, 2014. Email Print Text Size -A +A.
When I was a kid, my father brought home from I know not where an enormous collection of National Geographic magazines spanning the years 1917 to 1985. I found, tucked in almost every issue, one of the magazine’s gorgeous maps—of the Moon, St.