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Roof tiles for Edo Castle, including a gargoyle tile featuring the Tokugawa shogun clan’s coat of arms, were among well-preserved items found from a ship that sank more than 300 years ago. A pair of investigators keep records of the state of sunke...

A mass of charred seeds found while clearing a home construction site in Brantford, Ontario, has been identified as ancient, domesticated goosefoot (C. berlandieri spp. jonesianum), a form of quinoa native to Eastern North America. The seeds date bac...

Iranian archaeologists have discovered skeletal human remains near a petrol station in the country’s northern Gilan Province. Credit: Tasnim News AgencyAccording to Shahram Ramin, the head of the archaeological excavation team at the ancient site...

Archaeologists from Goethe University will be returning to the Urals for further research work. In collaboration with researchers from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and Russian colleagues, they want to find out what could have led to major tran...

The archaeological park at Herculaneum, the ancient sister city of Pompeii, has several new initiatives and changes in store as the new year begins. Aerial view of Herculaneum [Credit: Shutterstock]The site saw a 9% increase in visitors over the pas...

William Langland likely wouldn’t know what to make of the latest way people are reading his poetry. In part, that’s because Langland died in 1386. But it’s also because his most famous work, Piers Plowman, is the subject of an expansive digital...

11,500 years ago in what is now northeast Jordan, people began to live alongside dogs and may also have used them for hunting, a new study from the University of Copenhagen shows. The archaeologists suggest that the introduction of dogs as hunting ai...