The San Jose galleon sank in 1708, along with its astounding stash of emeralds, silver and gems.
It’s the first complete horse to ever be found in the wreckage of Pompeii.
A years-long hunt has ended in disappointment—and archaeologists still can’t find Nefertiti’s tomb.
A three-year archaeological excavation reveals a chilling story of political slaughter.
Did the Chimú people of Peru sacrifice their children because of bad weather?
New analysis of an ancient site gives man’s oldest friendship an even earlier start date.
Researchers have long been stumped by the mysterious Italian fighter with a weapon for a prosthetic limb.
Bluetooth technology is named after a Viking leader thought to be linked to the find.
The newly found Nazca Lines are thousands of years old.
The footprints provide more clues about human migration from the Eastern to the Western Hemisphere.