Battled-scarred bones found under an English parking lot two years ago really do belong to the medieval King Richard III, according to a new analysis of genetic and genealogical evidence.
A mosaic floor made from small white, black, gray, blue, red and yellow pebbles emerged during a dig.
The central theme depicts a chariot in motion driven by Hermes, who is most likely escorting King Philip II to the Underworld. Continue reading →
King Philip II's bones are buried in a tomb along with a mysterious woman-warrior.
U.S. man planted a flag in a tiny parcel of uninhabited land on the border between Egypt and Sudan, and The Kingdom of North Sudan was born.
A mummified head identified three years ago as that of French king Henry IV may not belong to him, according to a new study.
In light of Richard III's parasitic worms, we present famous rulers through time and their many afflictions.