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Researchers in South Africa's Border Cave, a well-known archeological site perched on a cliff between eSwatini (Swaziland) and KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, have found evidence that people have been using grass bedding to create comfortable areas fo...

Radiocarbon dating is set to become more accurate than ever after an international team of scientists improved the technique for assessing the age of historical objects. Credit: University of SheffieldThe team of researchers at the Universities of S...

The great march of the Longobards into the Italian peninsula began in 568 A.D., when the warriors with long beards began to press impressively at the gates of the Alps to conquer new lands. Credit: University of RomeFollowing the via Postumia, an an...

Archaeological excavations in the Perdigoes complex, in the Evora district, have identified "a unique structure in the Prehistory of the Iberian Peninsula", Era -Arqueologia announced. Aerial photograph of the Perdigoes complex in Portugal where the...

Ancient people in the Near East had begun the practice of intentionally cremating their dead by the beginning of the 7th millennium BC, according to a study published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Fanny Bocquentin of the French National Cent...

Archaeologists at The Australian National University (ANU) have found the earliest evidence of Indigenous communities cultivating bananas in Australia. Ancient banana cultivation site at Wagadagam, Mabuyag Islan, Torres Strait [Credit: ANU]The evid...

A half-a-million-year-old internationally significant archaeological site in Sussex, England, offers unprecedented insights into the life of a poorly understood extinct human species, according to new UCL research. Reconstruction of how the horse bu...