A new archaeological find could be the long-lost Tomb of the Maccabees, a burial site of leaders of a band of Jewish rebels from the second century B.C.
Remains of the great ruler's father are not in the same tomb, but may instead be in one nearby, new research says.
Who was laid to rest in a lavish, gold-filled Macedonian tomb near Vergina, Greece?
An ancient tombstone names a woman, but a male body was found beneath.
Built of brick and marble, the now gleaming white pyramid was erected as the burial chamber of a Roman magistrate, Gaius Cestius.
Far from being a romantic scene, the burial represent a human sacrifice in which the man was killed to be entombed with the woman.
Located east of Amenhotep's burial, the T-shaped tomb features colorful scenes on the walls.
The previously unknown queen is believed to have been the wife of Pharaoh Neferefre who ruled 4,500 years ago.
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