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Four lost leaders of the first permanent English settlement in the Americas have been identified, thanks to chemical analysis of their skeletons.
Excavation of a 200-year-old shipwreck confirms Lord Elgin was taking antiquities, as well as sculptures during his voyage from the Acropolis to London.
The small 5,000-year-old house in a prehistoric village in northeast China was filled with remains of 97 human bodies.
Ever mindful of their touchy history living under the thumb of the Soviet Union, do the Baltic states have anything to fear from modern-day Russia?
The volunteer archaeologist's find is being hailed as a major discovery.
In the city of Amritsar lies the holiest shrine in Sikhism, known to most as The Golden Temple.
New legislation in the U.S. Congress may speed the arrival of new drugs, but will it leave citizens more exposed to dangerous drugs that have not been thoroughly tested? Julia Wilde examines how a drug moves through the FDA's approval process.
The parchment with Koran text dates close to the time of the Prophet Muhammad, who is thought to have lived between 570-632 A.D.
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