The papyrus contains incantations written in Coptic—an Egyptian language that uses characters based on the Greek alphabet.
These items help us understand what happened at Galilee more than a thousand years ago.
The fossil is 25,000 years older than traditional theories would expect.
A descendent of the pirate has provided a DNA sample to help confirm the bones.
The tracks of two adults and a child, researchers say, were left some 13,000 years ago.
Archaeologists uncovered the remains in burial ground containing at least 47 tombs.
The ancient tool findings are detailed in a series of three studies published in the journal “Science.”
The weapon tips may be the earliest known evidence of the inhabitants of this region.
Experts believe the house belonged to ancient Rome's version of the secret service.
The mosaic was found in one of the Holy Land's earliest places of Christian worship.
Researchers were "really, really surprised" to find that tattoos on two 5,000-year-old mummies.
When the pharaohs were confronted with environmental catastrophe, they didn’t bury their heads in the sand.
This puppy's teeth tell a story of sickness and doting care.
"These fossils and this science is about our shared human heritage."
Several large holes in the ground are all that remain of the structure.
The tools resemble those found in Africa, although it's not clear yet why.
The clay seal, dating back to the eighth century B.C. was discovered in a Jerusalem excavation site.