The over life-size bronze portrait of Tiberius from Herculaneum highlights the ongoing collaboration between the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Naples.
Even more, scientists confirm first-ever finding of a fragment of the comet's core.
Scientists shed new light on the effects of tooth-wear and toothpick use among the famous Dmanisi hominins of 1.8 million years ago.
Two deep postholes indicate a major 17th century structure in early colonial Jamestown.
Archaeologists are removing multiple iron cannon and other objects from underwater concretion.
Excavations to shed light on life at an early Greek colony in the 7th through 5th centuries B.C.
Archaeologists at the ancient Egyptian fortress at Jaffa in Israel uncover new clues to understanding a monumental city gate complex.
It began with hunter-gatherers, not herders and farmers, says this genetic study.
Mathematical simulation suggests a correlation between the intensity of warfare and the successful development of ancient civilizations.
Scientists find wall paintings in the Altxerri cave system in northern Spain pre-date most prehistoric paintings in Europe.
The Biblical city of Gezer shows evidence of two fiery conflagrations over 3,000 years ago.
Rare and only find of part of a sphinx naming the pharaoh Menkaure has been unearthed at the Canaanite site of Hazor.
A unique collection of ancient ceramics from seven different countries in Central America can now be seen by the public.
The finds at Tel Kabri could provide a unique glimpse on a Middle Bronze Age economy.
Research suggests the possibility that there were modern humans in India more than 75,000 years ago.
A major museum in North Carolina is under investigation for paranormal activity.