Pigs sniffing out edibles on a Scottish island unwittingly discovered the UK's most remote hunter-gatherer civilization.
Hunter-gatherers ground oat grains into flour 32,000 years ago in a cave in Italy.
Newly found remains of massive Neolithic stone monument are thought to have been hauled into position more than 4,500 years ago.
A mysterious Stonehenge-style monolith sheds new light on the earliest civilizations in the Mediterranean basin. Continue reading →
Stone Age people caught eels using three-pronged spears with a center point for spearing fish.
From a mysterious Greek tomb to revelations about King Richard, 2014 was a big year for big finds.
The 5,500-year-old axe was found stuck in the seabed and was likely placed there as part of some kind of ritual.
The Stone Age prints were found alongside a system of fishing weirs.
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