The ancient Buddhist site, Ambaran, dating back to 2nd century B.C. to 7th century A.D., is located near the Jammu region of India.
The Srinagar Circle of Archaeological [...]
The Chilean capital of Santiago was most likely founded on an important Incan urban center, not built from the ground up by Spanish colonizers, according to new archaeological [...]
Ancient Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses III was likely assassinated in a violent coup attempt 3,000 years ago, according to a report in the journal BMJ.
A highly detailed study of the Nazca Lines in Peru has concluded they were used for ceremonial progressions, and at least some connect to form a labyrinth.
Excavation of a Mayan kitchen in Mexico has yielded numerous fired clay balls that contain microscopic food residue, such as maize, beans, and root vegetables.
Climate change affected the rise and fall of Mayan civilization from A.D. 300 to 1000, according to a new study covering two millennia.
A giant figure in the shape of an elk found north of Kazakhstan could be several thousand years older than the Nazca Lines of Peru.
A comprehensive 3D laser survey of Stonehenge has revealed varying techniques were used to highlight the stones aligned with the winter and summer solstices.
Nettle cloth found at a Danish burial mound probably originated from the Austrian Alps, indicating trade connections existed between these two areas around 800 B.C.
Eight stone-age spears are among the well-preserved artifacts that continue to be found at an open-cast brown coal mine in northern Germany.