During the first operation of the robot camera offered last month by German engineer Friedhelm Kremer, the Ministry of Antiquities uncovered the ruins of a number of Islamic structures beneath Al-Sultan Hassan Mosque in the Citadel area in old Cairo.
Excitement and expectation over the Moghalmari excavation site near Dantan in West Midnapore peaked on Monday as the state archaeology department, which is digging up the ancient Buddhist vihara ruin, confirmed that it has found a portion of a...
An application has been lodged with the Culture and Tourism Ministry to conduct a surface survey to investigate the ancient city of Satala, which served as a military headquarters in the Roman Empire in the northern Turkish province of Gümüşhane’s...
The archaic Denisovan and Neanderthal DNA that persists in modern individuals from the Pacific islands of Melanesia could be a source of new information about early human history, according to a report published in the journal Science.
New research suggests that the feeding strategy of Kolponomos, an enigmatic shell-crushing marine predator that lived about 20 million years ago, was strangely similar to a very different kind of carnivore: the saber-toothed cat Smilodon.
The volcanic rock found in the south of León experienced a rotation of almost 60º 300 million years ago, an example of what could have occurred across the entire Iberian Peninsula when, in that moment, it was still being formed.
Khuzestan Cultural Heritage Lovers Society (Taryana) spokesman said that the discovery of a 7,000-year-old cemetery in Behbahan County, in Iran's Khuzestan Province, gives important historical insights to the lifestyle and funeral practices of...
Greece and Russia launched their one-year cultural cooperation with the opening on Friday of a small exhibition of three selected golden objects from the Scythian collection of St. Petersburg's Hermitage Museum.
At an annual conference organized by the Antalya Chamber of Industrialists and Businessmen (ANSİAD), archaeologist Professor Havva İşkan Işık said stone quarries have been given permission to mine Mount Latmos and workers are trying to erase...
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