The copy of the letter, which includes impressions about the people, flora and fauna of the Americas, was stolen at least 24 years ago.
The 16th-century devise was likely a ceramic bird whistle that was used as a sound effect device during the Bard's plays.
The invaluable cache of coins was found by construction workers who were carrying out routine work on water pipes in southern Spain.
Disney's new live-action remake is just the latest incarnation of Rudyard Kipling's enduring modern myth.
Signs of Hannibal's passage were preserved in poop deposits left behind by his army's horses.
Found at a British Abbey, the copper wire, braided together, turned to be part of a whip used by monks for self-flagellation. Continue reading →
The site in Newfoundland could be the first new Viking site discovered in North America in over 50 years.
The fully rotatable computer model shows the skeleton of the controversial monarch exactly as it was found almost four years ago.
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