The earliest alcoholic beverage in Mesoamerica is still drunk today.
A new archaeological discovery in Denmark suggests that these notorious fighters were also decent builders.
Greek archaeologists excavating the large and mysterious burial mound in Amphipolis have now revealed the full body of the two figures unearthed on Saturday, showing the sculptures’ great artistic value. Continue reading →
The bowl was uncovered just beyond the fingertips of a dead soldier and two of his comrades, who were crushed under bricks and burned building material.
No graves (including Alexander’s) have been discovered yet at the Kasta Hill site at Amphipolis in Macedonia, but new finds are increasing interest around the excavation. Continue reading →
The bracelets and necklaces, representing one of the finest collection of Roman jewelry, were buried in Colcester, U.K., by a terrified Roman woman. Continue reading →
Mind-altering substances were all the rage 1,500 years ago, at least among certain elite members of a South American society.
Marks left behind by ancient, parched grass show that the iconic monument was once a perfect circle.
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