Corned beef, potted shrimp and dumplings were on a Titanic lunch menu dated the day before the sinking.
Two anonymous fortune hunters claim to have pinpointed the Nazi-era loot, but a Polish official says there's no proof it exists.
The end of World War II brought a combination of relief, joy and solemnity for the Americans in victory.
Representing a ferocious creature with lion ears and crocodile-like mouth, the 660-pound figurehead stood at the prow of 15th-century ship.
The long-lost farewell letters of Mary Vetsera, who committed suicide with Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria, were discovered in a Viennese bank vault.
Greece is short on cash, but rich in heritage. That's got to be worth something.
Danish archaeologists found the ceramic vessel which likely bears the fingerprint of the artisan who made it.
The 23-foot wooden machine, powered by slaves deep in the stadium's belly delivered wolves, boars and even antelopes to do battle with gladiators.
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