An abundance of gold wreaths appear to lay hidden in a subway network in Greece. ->
Last week an organization called Noah's Ark Ministries called a press conference in Hong Kong to announce that they had made one of the most significant archaeological discoveries in history. Yeung Wing-Cheung claims he and his research team located the remains of Noah's Ark on Turkey's Mount Arara...
Hundreds of thousands of fragments of ancient papyri have been put online in a bid to crowd source translations.
The ode, composed by an Oxford University academic, will be read by London's mayor and contains athletes' names embedded in the text.
A scientific explanation for what caused this woman of ancient Greece to utter her confused prophecies.
A sandstone sculpture of a kneeling man sharpening a knife could be a long forgotten work by Michelangelo, according to an Italian scholar who has rediscovered the statue in a private collection. Measuring 111 centimeters (3.65 feet), the statue is now on display for the first time after more than ...
Strong evidence for repeated tsunamis came from the presence of snail shells.
A Greek temple-like structure dating back to 6th century B.C. comes with details on how to build it.