Remains Of A Kingdom During The Long Lost Dark Ages Believed To Be Discovered In Scotland
There have been digged up remains believed to have belonged to the Lost Darkk Ages in Scotland dates about year 600 approximately.
Discovery Of 3.6-Million-Year-Old Footprint Led To The Revelation Of Our Ancestors’ Sex Lives
With the discovery of the 13 footprints from the five Australopithecus afarensis, does it accurately tell us something about our ancestors’ sex lives before? Did it influence the sex lives that a lot of people are practicing nowadays? Here’s what experts have to say
Archaeologists Identify Mummified Knees As Egyptian Queen Nefertari's
The mummified legs which were found in 1904 near Egyptian queen, Nefertari's tomb, is hers, experts say. Archaeologists did a series of tests, and the results strongly suggests the legs belong to Nefertari.
Wari tomb discovered with of artifacts of gold and silver
A Wari tomb, over a thousand years old, has been found in Peru. This mausoleum, from the first empire of South America, is filled with gold and silver artifacts and the remains of 63 people, including three queens.
Mayan city, lost for centuries, discovered in Mexican rainforest
Chactun, an ancient Mayan city abandoned ten centuries ago, has been uncovered in a Mexican rain forest. The area appears to have once been a thriving center of government, recreation and worship.
Archaeologists unearth first case of possible child abuse
Child abuse 2,000 years ago in Egypt may have been uncovered in the remains of a young girl known simply as Burial 519.
Neanderthal weaning habits uncovered by monkey teeth
Humans wean babies from breast milk at a much younger age than our primate cousins, often years earlier. Very little was known about the breast-feeding habits of Neanderthals, however, until new information about their weaning habits was found in the study of a fossilized tooth.
Skeleton Bounty: 66 Found In Tiger Cave
Archaeologists have found remains of 66 skeletons in a cave in Sumatra that also contains some early 'rock art.'