The potential to miss things is pretty high when you’re looking at civilisations from thousands of years ago, especially when they were often better at dealing with their waste than we thought.
The evidence is mounting that the cause of the Younger Dryas’ cooling climate came from outer space.
Most of an island off northern California will again belong to the Wiyot Tribe, which was decimated by settlers in 1860.
Researchers can “definitively” say that the ruins, overgrown by thick vegetation on the mountain of Phnom Kulen, are in fact from that 1,000-year-old city. The ancient city was never really lost, as Cambodians have been making religious pilgrimages to the site for hundreds of years.
As evidence of the existence of culture in animal groups emerges, humans need to rethink what it means to have culture. We must accept that what we have long considered our own might be shared.
A judge in North Dakota has granted the tribe a request to intervene in the increased capacity plan, and it will take part in a public hearing scheduled for November 13th.
As Netanyahu’s attempt to link the Philistines to the Palestinians show, DNA analysis of ancient humans is being harnessed for political purposes.
The pioneering project is searching for underwater evidence of ancient Indigenous life in the Dampier Archipelago.
The Egyptian government is hailing the discovery of more than 20 wooden coffins as “one of the largest and most important” archaeological finds in the past few years.
Scientific examinations of historical accounts suggest that up to 40 percent of Mexico’s population lives along a zone that is more seismically active than suspected.
Nobody looked for Neanderthals or early Homo sapiens on islands because it was thought they weren’t seafaring – but back then, the Aegean wasn’t a sea.
LiDAR technology in conjunction with ground-based surveys have allowed archaeologists to determine the boundaries of the ancient city of Mahendraparvata dating back more than 1,200 years.