Renewed excavation at Ein el-Jarba seeks answers to questions about a civilization that preceded the ancient Canaanites more than 6,000 years ago.
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The ancient Maya site of Xno'ha may provide another window on the structure of Maya society.
Excavated for the first time in 2013, the "city of the silver hoard" will see additional excavations in 2014.
Found at archaeological site of Amara West in northern Sudan, the find could shed light on evolution and history of the disease.
Genetic tests on ancient and modern European samples show certain selective pressures had a role.
New linguistic evolutionary analysis supports a relationship between Native North American and Siberian languages.
Archaeologists explore a prehistoric monumental complex in Peru.
A research expedition investigates a Mississippian culture earthen mound site in Illinois.
Archaeologists are uncovering new finds on the northern slopes of the infamous volcano.
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Archaeologists are exposing new finds at the largest Roman period civilian settlement along the Hadrian's Wall frontier.
Researchers suggest that early migrants remained on the Bering Land Bridge for as much as 10,000 years before venturing into the Americas.
Researchers study Hadza hunting and gathering strategies in Africa.