Now that we have the Classic Mayan's example to learn from, along with all sorts of other advanced scientific understanding of human effects on the planet, can we do any better?
Pollen and charcoal buried in the Nile Delta 4,200 years ago tell the tale of a drought of Biblical proportions associated with the fall of the pyramid builders.
Sediments from an ancient lake indicate both halves of the Rift Valley formed at about the same time, 25 million years ago.
A wreck site famous for an artifact used to calculate astronomical positions and maybe even the Olympic Games, is likely not one, but two ships sunken off the Greek island of Antikythera.
Starting around 2,250 years ago, the presence of people's poo painted a picture of human population changes around a northern Norwegian lake.
Archeologists offered a $1,000 reward Tuesday for information leading to the arrest of vandals who stole four priceless ancient rock carvings, and damaged others in the California desert.
The story of the sailboat found during the excavation of the WTC site last year has come to light, due to scientific sleuthing of experts from various fields.
The agreement comes too late for a sacred rock carving that was stolen from a Paiute ceremonial site in California.
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