Archaeologists excavating in the historic city of Luxor have discovered a residential city going back to Roman administration in Egypt
The faded battling figures, colorful murals were discovered by archaeologists digging a tomb complex in San Pedro Nexicho. San Pedro Nexicho is located in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, approximately 305 miles southeast of Mexico City.
Payment with Hacksilber pieces started in Mesopotamia and Anatolia, now learned to appear in Palestine much earlier than thought.
The statue of the “mother goddess Cybele”, believed to be the symbol and protector of abundance and fertility in prehistoric times, will be exhibited in the newly built Afyonkarahisar Museum.
The oldest documented instance of opium use in antiquity was uncovered by Israeli researchers who found traces of the drug in ceramic items from the 14th century B.C.E.
A recent DNA study by an international team of scientists showed when Ancient Greeks colonized Magna Graecia in Italy. Magna Graecia is the name given to the Sicilian and southern Italian coastal regions that were heavily settled by Greek people.
Famous Egyptologist Zahi Hawass recently stated that he is confident that a mummy he is currently investigating is that of Queen Nefertiti.
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.
Archaeologists continue to uncover countless evidence of Roman legions’ presence on the Crimean Peninsula.
A freshly unearthed letter confirms long-held concerns 100 years after the discovery of the Tutankhamun’s tomb.