The world’s oldest known large-scale monumental ritual landscape is shedding new light on a long-lost ancient community.
A new exhibit explores aesthetics and scale In everyday objects of the past at the Penn Museum.
Researchers suggest how the development of agriculture shaped cooperation, competition and conflict among ancient Native American populations.
Remarkable finds at Tel Lachish in Israel are shedding new light on the ancient Canaanites.
Priceless artifacts from Africa tell a story of culture and colonialism.
Recent excavations in Jerusalem have uncovered more evidence that the infamous Roman prefect left a lasting visible mark on the city he governed at the time of Jesus.
The move of the massive Sphinx of Ramses II to its new home is one of many changes coming to the Penn Museum in the Fall of 2019.
A new excavation in Israel’s Jordan Valley is shedding new light on a rural community that flourished at a time when urbanization was taking root in the southern Levant.
Rhode Island's resident Egyptian mummy is restored to his coffin home.