Machu Picchu is an Inca settlement built on top of a mountain stretching out from the clouds to the sky. The site, above the Urubamba river, has been variously described as a fortress, imperial sanctuary, and ceremonial site.
One of only three papyri from that era that have survived is a letter “to Ishmael” that was scrawled in ancient Hebrew script about 2,700 years ago.
One of the most significant archeological finds in the history of the globe is the discovery of Miltiades’ helmet, who fought at the Battle of Marathon which was discovered in the late nineteenth century.
During the excavations carried out in the Ayanis Castle, which was built by the Urartian King Rusa II on the hill overlooking Lake Van, a new area used as a “garbage” by the royal family in the Urartians was unearthed.
A Viking sword was found in the backyard of the Grønningsæters family home in Møre og Romsdal, one of Norway’s nineteen states.
Paleontologists have uncovered a new crocodile species that lived with the last dinosaurs and laid the thickest eggs ever discovered.
A 8K footage expedition to the Titanic wreck has discovered new details. It is aimed to compare these details by years.
The new season excavations started in Dülük Ancient City, which is shown as one of the 25 oldest settlements in the world, and it is aimed to reveal the belief and architectural structure of the period.
Archaeologists in Ukraine discovered an abundance of arrowheads, spinning wheels, and ceramic fragments from the late sixth and early fifth centuries B.C., when the region was inhabited by Scythian nomads known for their prowess as mounted archers.
Archaeologists continue to uncover countless evidence of Roman legions’ presence on the Crimean Peninsula.