In the earthquake that occurred in the center of Kahramanmaraş historical artifacts were damaged as well as casualties.
In the historical Kadıkalesi in Aydın, a holy water section from the 5th century, which is believed to heal in the Christian faith, was found.
Archaeologists have discovered proof that the Vikings carried their dogs and horses with them when they arrived in Britain.
According to analysis of 125,000 year old animal bones, Neanderthals hunted and killed prehistoric giant elephants, obtaining enormous quantities of meat that could sustain hundreds of people.
A ancient “knapping workshop” with 600 obsidian handaxes that date back at least 1.2 million years has been discovered in Ethiopia.
When workers on a new highway in Romania realized they were excavating the burial walls of a Hun warrior, they called in archaeologists.
These ancient underwater structures were discovered by chance in 1986 by Kihachiro Aratake, who was diving to observe sharks in Japan.
Around Hadrian’s wall, archaeologists excavating in Carlisle, England, found 2,000-year-old engraved gems.
In Rome, Italy, sewer works led to the discovery of a life-sized marble statue that was considered to be Hercules in antiquity.
In the Cueva Des Cubierta cave in Spain, a large number of animal skulls placed by Neanderthals were found.