The strange shipwreck of two medieval ships discovered last spring off the coast of Sweden has gained new information.
n Azor, Israel—which is roughly 7 kilometers southeast of Tel Aviv—a 3000 year old scarab was unexpectedly found on a school field trip.
In Egypt, archaeologists have discovered many mummies with solid gold tongues. The strange discovery was found at the Quweisna necropolis.
A sword from The Kalmar War’s early 17th century has been unearthed by archaeologists.
During an archaeological dig, hints to a medieval agriculture connected to an abbey in North Yorkshire were discovered.
Climate change has resulted in salty groundwater in Iraq’s ancient Babylon, which is corroding some of humanity’s earliest structures. Now, archaeologists are preserving locations that were previously regarded as one of the world’s wonders using low-salt mudbricks created by a local craftsman.
Researchers looking at sea ice in the Southern Ocean of the region have discovered signs of extensive phytoplankton blooms buried beneath it, which seem to be defying the lack of light to grow in its icy waters.
The Hand of Irulegi was initially discovered in 2021 by archaeologists from the Aranzadi Science Society who were excavating an ancient hamlet at the foot of Castillo de IRULEGIko gaztelua near Pamplona, Spain.
In the ruins of an old holy sanctuary in Italy, archaeologists found a rare cache of 24 bronze statues made in the Etruscan and Roman periods.
Archaeologists have discovered a 3,700 year old comb that contains what is likely the earliest whole phrase in Canaanite alphabetic script.