The newly revealed paintings on the walls of Angkor Wat open a new window to the past.
Buried for thousands of years, the largest Mycenaean citadel in Greece emerges under the archaeologist's eye.
Rediscovering Teyuna-Ciudad Perdida and the lost world of the Tairona
Pioneering scientists relate how they are uncovering increasing evidence of a significant human presence on the Arabian Peninsula as much as 100,000+ years ago.
The evidence shows that wine was king in ancient Rome.
An archaeological site in Jordan yields significant signs of an ancient Mediterranean influence.
The startling discovery of million-year-old human footprints on a beach in the United Kingdom has scientists jumping.
Author and scholar Carolyn Boyd relates the discovery and meaning of the incredible rock art of the Lower Pecos Canyonlands.
Conservators are unlocking the secrets of the incredible craftsmanship of an unprecedented Anglo-Saxon treasure.
Archaeology reveals the signs of a priestly family residence of the time of Jesus.
An ancient burial practice in the mountains of Cambodia is mystifying archaeologists.
The remarkable new finds at Dmanisi.
Swartkrans Cave reveals important clues to understanding human evolution.
Buried for more than 4,500 years, a well-preserved ancient Egyptian funerary bark sees the light of day, aided by archaeologists and Japanese technology.
The miracle of laser technology reveals a hidden ancient world in Cambodia.
New discoveries are being made at the ancient Maya center of El Pilar, using cutting-edge technology.
Did the earliest human inhabitants of the Americas hail from across the Atlantic? Two distinguished scientists make a testable case.
In Cambodia, archaeologists are still discovering temples that are more than 1,000 years old.