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.
Officials have confirmed that a Biblical site where it’s said that Jesus healed a blind has been made public for the first time in 2000 years.
Tajikistan, a nation in Central Asia, has found ancient Greek alphabet inscriptions on a rock on a mountain.
Archaeologists have unearthed an ancient skeleton that may be the remains of a rituals that took place more than 5,000 years ago.
The country’s tourism ministry revealed on Monday that 20 ancient tombs as old as 660 BC had been discovered in Egypt’s Nile delta.
In Nazca, Peru, researchers unearthed 168 more ancient geoglyphs, which are pictures formed by lines painted across areas.
Archaeologists from the University of Leicester discovered a 4000 year old gold working tool kit close to Stonehenge.
Christian artifacts was discovered in April on the site of a new housing development in the town of Harpole, London.
16 ancient granaries that date to the mid-late phase of the Yangshao civilization, a Neolithic society that arose along the middle reaches of the Yellow River and dates back between 5,000 and 7,000 years ago, have just been discovered by archaeologists.
The Wadi Muraabat Caves near Nahal Darga are where the coins from the time before the Maccabean uprising were found.