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.
The 300-year-old tea would have tasted much like an artisanal green tea today.
An ancient tombstone names a woman, but a male body was found beneath.
Burials recovered at the site of a Medieval convent reveal a nun's life wasn't so idyllic.
Is a drawing of a man holding a flower on the cover of a botany book Shakespeare? A scholars claims so.
Early trading between Norwegian Vikings and England may have driven them economic incentive to sail south to Denmark, new research shows.
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