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New discoveries at the Bahra 1 site show that this settlement from the 6th millennium BC was more developed than any other site from this period known from the Gulf region. Building complex with the cultic structure [Credit: S. Lenarczyk]This year,...

Iranian and German archaeologists have discovered the remains of a city belonging to the Achaemenid and Medieval times during their excavations in North Khorasan Province, northeast of Iran. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Credi...

    Sunday was Veterans Day, but what does it mean?  Established in 1947 via a campaign by World War II vet Raymond Weeks of Birmingham, Alabama — and made official by Congress in 1954 (expanded from Wold War I’s Armistice Day)...

A team of Iranian archaeologists has recently discovered a water supply network, dating back to 795 years ago, used to supply water to the famed Alamut castle in Qazvin province. Credit: Tehran Times (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({})...

SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son says the company won’t walk away from its existing commitment with the Saudi Arabian royal family — the largest LP in its $100 billion Vision Fund — but the firm will wait on the outcome of an investigatio...

A rare, 3,000-year-old sculpture sold for $31 million at Christie's New York Wednesday, shattering the previous world record for Assyrian art. The sculpture tripled its pre-sale estimate of $10 million, and the buyer remains anonymous. The 3,000-yea...

A new study, led by scientists from the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History and published in Nature Ecology and Evolution, suggests that early hominin dispersals beyond Africa did not involve adaptations to environmental extremes, s...