According to a recent research, the replica sword, which was manufactured roughly 3,000 years ago, is real.
A hitherto unidentified population that resided in Siberia during the last Ice Age has been revealed via genetic study.
Oregon State University archaeologists have found a collection of projectile points that date from around 15,700 years ago.
In an unexpected development, learning to walk on land may not have had any role in the genesis of human bipedalism.
An ancient jawbone previously thought to belong to a Neanderthal may force a rethinking of modern human history in Europe.
In the old port of Tamralipta, a handmade sea boat is being rebuilt by the only remaining artisans capable of building such vessels.
The position of Neanderthals in the food chain has been determined for the first time by scientists using zinc isotope analyses.
The fossil was discovered in June in Sima del Elefante (Pit of the Elephant in Spanish), an archeological site in the Atapuerca Mountains close to Burgos in northern Spain that is renowned for its extensive fossil collection.
A group of archaeologists from UP Diliman (UPD) and the National Museum have discovered new evidence that humans inhabited Pilanduk Cave in Palawan 20,000 to 25,000 years at the height of the last ice age.
The pelvis bone is the largest type of bone in the skeleton. It is an oval-shaped body region located between the hip bones and protecting the abdominal organs. Additionally genes, embryonic tissue samples reveal when the pelvis begins to form during pregnancy.