Pieces from a mysterious board game that hasn't been played for 1,500 years were discovered in a 2,300-year-old tomb.
The quality of the images in the mosaic indicates a highly developed artistic ability.
The ancient builders of Stonehenge may have hosted massive barbecue cookouts where thousands of revelers feasted on meat.
A hiker has stumbled across a 1,200-year-old Viking sword in remarkably good condition in Norway's mountains. Continue reading →
Ancient Egyptians reviewed their ABCs with the help of this 15-century B.C. inscription.
An ancient arrowhead with human blood on it points to a bloodletting ceremony in which a person's life force fed the gods.
Intricate designs on the mosaic date to the 4th and 5th centuries AD.
The artwork was uncovered at the site of a 4th-century Roman villa in Tuscany.
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