3-D Scan of Rare Funerary Bust Will Be Available to Explore and Download
From sightings of isolated forest people to ancient geoglyphs in the landscape, the Amazon’s fragile jungle ecosystem is a reminder of a lost prehistory.
Latest analysis of finds at prehistoric site supports early arrival of modern humans in Australia.
Site shows human occupation as early as 1500 BCE. Scientists recruit students and volunteers to help.
Reconstructed fragments show remains of rare high status Anglo-Saxon warrior helmet and sword pommel.
The last successful major migration of modern humans out of Africa took a northern route through Egypt, not through Ethiopia.
Evidence also suggests site of the body’s deposit was a prehistoric burial place.
Ancient genome of a Siberian Taimyr wolf shows ancestral affinity to modern day Siberian Husky and Greenland sled dog.
Threat level to the iconic archaeological site now off the charts.
Scientists find the remains of a family of at least three at a 12,700-year-old prehistoric residential hunting camp.
Researchers report paleoenvironmental influence on Neanderthal hunting from Amud Cave, Israel
Site of X'noha in Belize will help shed light on Maya elite life at a mid-sized Maya center.
Scientists add flooding to the list of plausible causes for the emergence and decline of the great prehistoric North American center near the Mississippi River.
An archaeologist and a filmmaker fight the good fight to save an ancient monumental center from the brink of destruction.
Dental remains point to one of the earliest modern human cultures in Europe.
The ‘Berlin Collection’, a group of purportedly prehistoric figurines and other artifacts, will be the subject of learning, further study and research.
Ancient Maya farmers adapted to drying conditions, but eventually succumbed when it became too long and severe, says study.
Scientists suggest 14,700-year-old case of cannibalism was part of broader culture.
Experimental archaeology shows that 'primitive' human precursors were respectably smart.
The rock shelter in northeastern Spain could hold answers to questions about hunter-gatherer evolution.