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They uncovered them at an ancient burial site dating back to the Ptolemaic era.
The remains of the first man to circumnavigate Australia, explorer Matthew Flinders, have been discovered near a train station in London
In AD79 the ancient city of Pompeii was destroyed by an eruption that killed more than 2,000 people. The city’s ruins have become one of the most visited archaeological sites in the world.
Global Japan visits the soon to be completed Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo to see first hand how Japanese experts are helping to preserve Egypt's priceless artifacts.
Archaeologists unveil ancient Luxor tomb, open closed coffin for first time
Archaeologists have unearthed a rare collection of mummified scarab beetles in an Egyptian tomb.
Researchers have discovered twenty wooden, human-like sculptures along with an intricate adobe wall in northern Peru, according to government officials.
The Greek trading vessel, believed to be 2,400 years old, is one of 60 shipwrecks found by scientists using deep-sea cameras.
A boat built by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1810 to inspect his imperial fleet has been partly dismantled so that it can be returned to its old home.
Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a 10-year-old child who they believe was given a “vampire burial” meant to keep the deceased from rising from the dead and infecting the living.
Egyptian archaeologists draining water from a temple in the southern city of Aswan have uncovered a sandstone sphinx likely dating to the Ptolemaic era.
A research project in Italy means divers exploring underwater may soon be able to take their tablets with them to locate treasures, with a VR app that can also be used on dry land to enhance museum exhibitions and classroom lessons.
“A discovery that fills me with pride," said Culture Minister Alberto Bonisoli.
WATCH: The mural was made by the ancient Caral people, a civilisation which stretches back 5,000 years.
A wonderful ancient Roman villa in Positano (Salerno), buried like Pompeii in 79 AD by the eruption of Vesuvio volcano, will reopen to the public on August 1st after a long restoration
Exactly what was found in the 2,000-year-old sarcophagus?
The discovery of a sealed ancient sarcophagus in Alexandria has prompted a frenzy of interest in what it might contain – and whether opening it to find out would be wise...
Scientists have discovered the earliest known evidence of bread-making on prehistoric site dating 14,000 years.
Ancient monuments and Roman settlements have been revealed by the UK's and Ireland's heatwave. The dry spell has left parched fields with unmistakable "crop marks" painted into the landscape.
25,000 Greek and Roman archaeological items worth over €40 million were seized.