From King Tut's tomb to scanning pyramids to shipwrecks, learn what discoveries lie ahead this year.
Archaeologists have released incredible images of a U.S. Navy plane sunk during the opening minutes of the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7 1941.
The unprecedented discovery was concentrated in an area of just 17 square miles.
What is astonishing, say archaeologists, is not only the number of the shipwrecks but also the diversity of the cargoes.
Shipwrecks are terrifying catastrophes, but the underwater wreckage they leave behind has odd beauty.
The vessel, found by salvage divers who specialize in unusual finds, dates back to the Czarist era. Continue reading →
An ill-fated 19th-century expedition that became trapped in the Canadian Arctic ended in a particularly gruesome type of cannibalism.
The discovery of a wrecked slave ship off the South African coast in which more than 200 captives drowned marks a milestone in the study of the slave trade.
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