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Corned beef, potted shrimp and dumplings were on a Titanic lunch menu dated the day before the sinking.
Radiocarbon dating carried out by experts at the University of Oxford may shed new light on the book's origins.
Archaeologists speculate it was a kind of monumental podium that attracted the public's attention when walking on the city's main street. Continue reading →
News reports claim that a teen girl was buried alive in Honduras, but there's a simpler (and less horrifying) explanation.
Two anonymous fortune hunters claim to have pinpointed the Nazi-era loot, but a Polish official says there's no proof it exists.
The Islamic State jihadist group has blown up parts of the Temple of Bel in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra.
The oldest case of acute decompensated heart failure is found in 3,500-year-old mummified remains.
People in ancient Egypt were likely to lose some of their front teeth before they could become mummies.
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