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Archaeologists found an astonishing site in the Brazilian jungle that may have housed over a million people — and it could change everything we...
The Amazon could have supported highly-complex civilizations previously unknown to archaeology.
A portrait of Cao C...
Scientists have pinpointed when the first cave paintings were made — and it means Neanderthals were more advanced than they thought
Long before "modern" humans reached Europe, our Neanderthal cousins were creating cultural objects and painting animals in caves in Spain.
Scientists have discovered the world’s largest underwater cave — and it’s home to a treasure trove of ancient artifacts
The Sac Aktun cave system was recently found to be over 200 miles long. It holds artifacts stretching back 15,000 years, including remains from the Ice Age.
Archaeologists found thousands of hidden structures in the Guatemalan jungle — and it could re-write human history
Using state of the art laser technology, archaeologists found 60,000 Mayan structures buried under the remote Guatemalan jungle.
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.