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.
At a remote archaeological site on the Greek island of Crete, archaeologists found an old Roman odeon. Romans and their visitors most likely attended a variety of events in the odeon, including lectures, musical competitions, city council sessions, and theatrical performances.
The world’s oldest star map, has been discovered inside a medieval manuscript. There is proof that Hipparchus, the “founder of scientific astronomy,” created the map.
Ancient frescoed stone slabs have been on exhibit in Italy for the first time since “The Captain,” a notorious antiquities thief, stole them.
The Cairo Ministry of Antiquities has uncovered a statue of Alexander the Great within a historic “residential and commercial zone” in Alexandria, which they think was a commerce hub during the Ptolemaic period.