The sculptures date to the first or second century AD and stand at around 21 inches in height.
The find was made as a construction company started building a residential high-rise with underground parking.
The highlight of the 500-year-old arsenal were a pair of spiked helmets almost undamaged by rust. Continue reading →
The mask underwent eight weeks of delicate surgery to undo damage caused by a botched procedure.
A newly unearthed engraving is like a prehistoric home selfie, since hunter-gatherers are thought to have drawn their own campsite.
Although most of the papers are torn and ruined by bird beaks, it's still possible to read their contents.
The 14th-century story reveals a high level of literacy among Moscow's Medieval population.
A newly discovered distress telegram sent from the Titanic shows the ship owners knew of the disaster unfolding – something they refuted at that time.
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