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An Italian-American archaeological mission working in Aswan's Kom Ombo has uncovered the grave of a woman and her fetus dating back 3,700 years, general secretary of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Mostafa Waziri announced. Credit: Egypt. Ministr...

More than 4,000 years ago, the Harappa culture thrived in the Indus River Valley of what is now modern Pakistan and northwestern India, where they built sophisticated cities, invented sewage systems that predated ancient Rome's, and engaged in long-d...

University of Tübingen archaeologists have discovered two caves containing prehistoric wall art in two French caves. The paintings and engravings were created at least 12,000 years ago, when anatomically modern humans made images of a type of prehis...

A rare, second-century figural floor mosaic has been unearthed in the ancient Roman city of Antiochia ad Cragum on the southern coast of Turkey. Turkish members of an excavation team led by Nebraska art history professor Michael Hoff sweep dirt ...

A team of archaeologists in Bolivia said they have discovered tombs containing over a hundred bundles of artifacts and human remains dating more than 500 years old that belonged to an indigenous civilization that once inhabited the region. Credit: M...

Archaeologists believe they have found the remains of a 12th century house in the Cowgate which was built before Edinburgh itself. Archaeologists working in the Cowgate have uncovered what they believe is a 12th century house [Credit: © The Edinbu...

The hill “Weinberg” near Groß Fredenwalde is the site of an archaeological sensation: 8,500 years ago, Mesolithic people created a burial site on the hill. The universities of Göttingen and Kiel, and the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft B...