Archaeologists have revealed their on the ruins of a 1,500-year-old Mayan village during construction of an industrial park on Mexico’s Yucatán peninsula, complete with palaces, pyramids, and plazas.
Restoration work on historical and cultural structures in Shusha, Azerbaijan’s cultural center, continues.
In the first five months of this year, more than 50 thousand tourists visited Bodrum Castle, which was rebuilt thanks to restoration work carried out by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in Bodrum.
According to researchers, a 390 million-year-old fish discovered in a Caithness graveyard is one of the early relatives of four-limbed mammals, including humans.
Prehistoric poop discovered near Stonehenge sheds light on the pets, parties, and dodgy diets of the Neolithic monument’s builders.
An multinational team of experts from the Natural History Museum, UCL (University College London), the University of Florence, and the Swedish Museum of Natural History discovered a unique sort of fossilisation that had previously gone unnoticed.
The ‘ghost’ fossils are imprints of coccolithophores, which are single-celled plankton. Their discovery is altering our understanding of how climate change affects plankton in the oceans.
A program was organized by the Bilecik Museum Directorate on the occasion of the 18 May International Museum Day. The finds unearthed in the Bahçelievler and Gedikkaya excavations in Bilecik, were opened to visitors.
Workers in southern Spain renovating water supply discovered a “exceptional” and well-preserved necropolis of subterranean limestone vaults where the Phoenicians who resided on the Iberian peninsula 2,500 years ago buried their dead.
Researchers have discovered a nearly complete dinosaur fossil dating from about 125 million years ago in northern China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
The earliest farmers came from a combination of two hunter-gatherer populations during a volatile period, not from a single group as one might imagine.