Scientists have teased a horrific story from the remains of the ill-fated inhabitants of a once opulent and thriving seaside city of the Roman Empire.
Research shows that a cosmic object from deep space destroyed and incinerated a great ancient city in present-day Jordan.
New discoveries at Tel Lachish in the Southern Levant are changing what we know about the ancient beginnings of the alphabet.
Emerging new discoveries suggest that humans may have been in the Americas over 20,000 years ago.
Discoveries at multiple sites are shedding new light on the earliest dispersal of modern humans out of Africa.
Excavations of princely tombs are shedding new light on a formative time before the high florescence of the Mycenaean civilization.
The remarkable discovery that may dramatically change what we know about the origin of modern humans.
THE UPDATE: 3.66-million-year-old footprint finds at the iconic hominin site of Laetoli may be changing what we know about an ancient human ancestor.
A rare and rich tomb discovery in Greece opened a window on early Mycenaeans who lived generations before their legendary heroes fought at Troy.
Like her most famous citizen of the well-known Biblical story, the ancient city of Philistine Gath was big.
For all to see, scientists and experts have visually reconstructed an ancient Roman town in stunning detail.
The newly discovered tomb and contents of a previously unknown pharaoh shed light on a lost ancient Egyptian dynasty.
The incredible discovery of a submerged ancient Early American skeleton has implications for understanding Native American ancestry and the first peopling of the Americas.
An ancient burial practice in the mountains of Cambodia is mystifying archaeologists.
New findings are pushing back the clock and changing current thinking about the people who first inhabited the Americas.
The story and central claims of the news-making discoveries of a controversial 1st century tomb in Jerusalem.