Before the pyramids of Egypt and the Ziggurats of Mesopotamia, an ancient monumental civilization arose with massive pyramids near the north-central coast of Peru in South America.
Memorializing in Stone: The Family Monuments of Augustan Rome
Caesar Augustus loved his family, and his penchant for monumentality manifested this on a grand scale.
100 Years of Knowing Tut
Scholars present their latest findings and views in the ongoing discovery of ancient Egypt’s famous boy king.
Preserving the Past for Our Future: The Carter House and the Tomb of Tutankhamun
Egypt opens the newly renovated dig house of famous archaeologist Howard Carter and an incredible new replica of the famous tomb of Tutankhamun.
The Metamorphoses of the Roman Basilica
The history of Roman basilicas extend back before they became architectural symbols of Christian faith.
Mysteries in Stone
A Report: Monumental structures in Oman attest to a forgotten people.
Modeling Ancient Maya Landscapes
How LiDAR technology and traditional knowledge are converging to reveal the extent and complexity of ancient Maya settlement at El Pilar.
Heritage at Risk
Global warming challenges archaeologists to race to document and preserve at-risk heritage sites in the southeastern U.S. before they disappear forever.
The Mystery of the Tumuli
Over 400 mounds on New Caledonia in the southwest Pacific may mark a human presence predating the current earliest generally accepted dates by thousands of years.
The Archaeology of Rock-Art
The author relates the role rock-art has played in communicating the human story and spirit.
Wild or Domesticated: Faunal Analysis of the Joy/Flood Site, a Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century Archaeological Site
Church and State in Late Roman Antiquity
If you think you understand the politics of ‘church and state’ relations, then you may not understand the nature of Christianity in ancient Rome.
The Hohokam: Canal Masters of the American Southwest
Before the arrival of the Spanish, a Native American culture of the American Southwest built a flourishing civilization with a sophisticated irrigation system that rivaled the ancient Roman aqueducts.
The Hensbacka culture group and regional migrations 12,000 years ago
How environmental conditions impacted early Mesolithic hunter-gatherers in Sweden
A Decade of Discovery: The Tandy Excavations at Tel Gezer
A preliminary summary report of the excavations of a city that, according to the biblical account, was fortified by King Solomon during the time of the United Monarchy of...
Using LiDAR at El Pilar
Well before the recent media reports about the amazing discoveries of ancient Maya remains in Guatemala using laser technology, another team of pioneering scientists had already made equivalent discoveries...
Khirbet Qeiyafa, the Biblical Tradition and King David
Author and excavation director Yosef Garfinkel summarizes the remarkable findings and implications from his excavation of an ancient early 10th century fortified city in Israel.
Inside the Lost Grottoes of Maijishan
Experts and Chinese officials are on a mission to preserve one of the world’s most magnificent yet least-known cultural treasures for posterity.
Go Now to Shiloh
Archaeologists are beginning to shed renewed light on an ancient site -- where, according to the biblical account, the tabernacle for the Ark of the Covenant may have once...
Adapting PlanGrid to Archaeology
A Field Report of the Tel Burna Archaeological Project’s Digital Recording System