Maxisciences Les vestiges d'une ville antique découverts en Irak Maxisciences Des archéologues allemands ont découvert, sous un village du Kurdistan irakien, de multiples artéfacts qui témoignent de la présence passée, d'une antique ville assyrienne.
The dry spell blanketing Bulgaria for the past two months has resulted in an unexpected archaeological discovery, with the remains of a 7000-year-old defensive wall emerging from the waters of the Ticha accumulation lake near the town of Shoumen in...
An international team that includes Spanish researchers has sequenced the mitochondrial genome (special DNA passed on exclusively by mothers) of bears who lived about 400,000 years ago in Atapuerca, near Burgos in northern Spain.
The tomb of an ancient female Chinese official, regarded as the most influential female "prime minister" in Tang Dynasty (618-907), was discovered in northwest China's Shaanxi Province earlier this week.
Research by a University of Southampton archaeologist suggests that early humans, who lived thousands of years before Neanderthals, were able to work together in groups to hunt and slaughter animals as large as the prehistoric elephant.
In the prehistoric settlement of Dikili Tash were discovered the oldest samples of wine that were ever recorded in Europe. The samples date back to 4200 BC and reverse existing data regarding the way of living during the Neolithic period.
Matthew Hill has identified countless bones found by farmers, fishermen, rock hounds and heavy equipment operators. Most of the remains turn out to be deer, bison, horse or cow bones, or simply odd looking rocks.
After two decades of research led by a classical archaeology professor at The University of Texas at Austin, an ancient Greek settlement in southern Ukraine was granted World Heritage status by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and...
A pair of ditches discovered during work to cover up the main road running through Stonehenge have proven that the famous monuments were once connected to the River Avon by a formal processional approach.
The Department of Antiquities, Ministry of Communications and Works of the Republic of Cyprus, announces the completion of the 2013 season of excavation at the Bronze Age settlement of Kissonerga-Skalia near Paphos.
Archaeologists found richly equipped burials during excavations in Burdąg, Warmia and Mazury. One of them contained, among others, silver breastplate, carefully crafted belt elements, necklace of glass beads, silver fibulae.