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Humans first started migrating from Africa to Asia 120,000 years ago, recent discoveries have found. These early migrants interbred with other hominin species.
The tomb in Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre has just been dated to AD 345.
The research describes a growing trend that could have dire consequences for future societies, provided they fail to become more equal.
The Great Pyramid of Giza is hiding a huge, unexplored space — and scientists used cosmic rays to find it
Physicists used cosmic rays to penetrate the pharaoh Khufu pyramid's thick rock and discover a void that's about the length of two semitrailers.
The brothers-in-law also found a trove of other historical artefacts, which archaeologists believe were deliberately stashed away by a metal worker.
A recent dig may give archaeologists more clues about one of the oldest North American civilizations.
We recently combed looked at salary data on the US BLS website to find positions with a median annual salary of over $60,000 that require heavy history skills.
Ancient skulls that mirror ours are part of a handful of archaeological findings that rewrite human history
Researchers are discovering evidence that could fundamentally change ancient history by answering questions like how and when our species emerged.
The British wanted to keep drinking beer while colonizing the world — and hops helped preserve beer for a long, intense journey.
A new study published in the journal Science Advances describes at least 691 shards and chunks of bone found at an ancient ritual site in southeast Turkey.