Resurrecting the Pharaoh’s Solar Boat

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.

Undiscovered Country

The miracle of laser technology reveals a hidden ancient world in Cambodia.

Seeing Through the Canopy

New discoveries are being made at the ancient Maya center of El Pilar, using cutting-edge technology.

Out of Europe

Did the earliest human inhabitants of the Americas hail from across the Atlantic? Two distinguished scientists make a testable case.

The God-Kings of Paradise

Rediscovery of an ancient Hawaiian temple opens another window on the world's last true archaic state.

Lady Moon

Following the money to a great lost Greek city in Afghanistan.

The First Americans

New findings are pushing back the clock and changing current thinking about the people who first inhabited the Americas.

Up From The Ashes

Frozen in time under recorded history's greatest fiery cataclysm, the kingdom of Tambora slowly sees the light of day again.

New Discoveries in Egypt

Archaeological excavations at ancient Mendes and the Theban tombs offer fascinating new glimpses of Egypt's ancient past.

The Road Through Sicevo

Excavations in Serbia are raising questions about early humans in Pleistocene period Europe.

From the Sands of Egypt

The discovery of the world's largest trove of ancient writings opened an unparalleled window on a vanished world.

The Minoan Connection

The news-making discoveries that are now emerging from this major archaeological site in Israel.
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