Eight new major articles on archaeological topics now published.
In a remote valley in north-central Peru, archaeologists are beginning to peel back the layers of monumental structures that may tell a forgotten story of an ancient people.
Roots are in the rising standards of living of the "Axial Age" between 500 BCE and 300 BCE.
Unprecedented D-shaped temple to be further investigated in 2015.
Gold and painted ceramics of the Coclé civilization to be unveiled.
Calls are advanced to stem the tide of loss and destruction.
The long-range imports provide new insights to burials and culture in Roman Britain.
DNA, genealogical study confirms identity of remains and reveals new truths about the 15th century king's appearance and lineage.
New radiocarbon dates on mastodon fossils suggest an early extinction in Beringia, with human hunters possibly a factor in the mammals' 'last stand' regions to the south.
The graves likely contained members of the local population, say study authors.
Scientists find evidence of sustained farming thousands of years BCE.
Excavations to include part of an ancient Roman road.
Magazine ranks No. 2 among world's top 20 magazine websites for archaeology, offers deep discounts to celebrate.
Population decline must be attributed to other factors, say scientists.
Structures date to 3rd millennium BCE, revealing more about the ancient Magan civilization.
Alternative view has implications for development of tool use among early human ancestors.
Site yields artifacts, architectural materials from the Etruscan period.
Terraced wall dated to 9th century BCE revealed, other new features unearthed.
Roman Treasure of Berthouville makes its debut after meticulous conservation efforts.
Freshly raised from the Atlantic seafloor, the c.1718 cannon will be shown along with other key artifacts.