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Researchers excavating an ancient ceremonial site in the Andes say the culture that thrived there engaged in violent, non-lethal rituals that led to lots of bloodletting. Individuals with trauma found at Pacopampa [Credit: Tomohito Nagaoka et al.,&n...

Storm Ophelia unearthed ancient skeletal remains that could be a thousand years old when a coastal walkway was battered by ferocious waves. A walker discovered the remains which are intact and even has some skin still attached. The remains could be...

Turquoise is an icon of the desert Southwest, with enduring cultural significance, especially for Native American communities. Yet, relatively little is known about the early history of turquoise procurement and exchange in the region. Based on isot...

Two brothers from Cordoba are facing prison sentences and a fine of ten million euros for hiding two Roman bronze statues of the first century in a farm in Pedro Abad, a small town located in the Spanish province of Córdoba. The two bronze sculptu...

Hundreds of mysterious structures have been discovered on ancient lava domes in Saudi Arabia by an archaeologist using Google Earth. The gate structures on the side of a lava dome [Credit: Google Earth]David Kennedy, professor of archaeology at the...

Greek archaeologists have unearthed a major part of the ancient theatre of Thouria at the outskirts of Kalamata city in southern Greece, the country's Culture Ministry announced on Thursday. Credit: Greek Ministry of Culture and SportsThe first rema...

The excavation campaign at the archaeological site of the Vilanera necropolis, in l' Escala (in the comarca of the Alt Empordà in Girona, Catalonia, Spain), has uncovered 17 new funeral structures dating from the final Bronze and the beginning of Ir...