Archaeologists discovered the trove of artifacts on the Mediterranean seabed near the city of Alexandria.
Judges in the Netherlands said that the gold, originally from Crimea, may be returned to Ukraine instead.
Archaeologists are skeptical.
"Less than a hundred examples of this specific type of sundial have survived, and of those, only a handful bear any kind of inscription at all—so this really is a special find."
Cosmic rays bombard Earth all the time—here's how scientists used them to explore one of the seven wonders of the world.
The discovery should help scientists work out how the ancient Egyptians built the Great Pyramid.
ScanPyramids team announces discovery of a 100 foot void above the Grand Gallery.
The tomb holding the bodies of workers who built the pyramid was cursed by the cemetery supervisor to try to protect it from thieves.
Academics from the University of Cambridge have been able to use the annual eclipse to establish a chronology for the rule of the Pharaohs.
Decades of climate research could be wrong, meaning we're in a much worse situation than previously thought.
About 400 giant stone walls apparently dating back thousands of years were spotted using Google Earth.
The Department of Defense uses a decades-old nuclear system, according to a 2016 report by the Government Accountability Office.
The trade in stolen items has become increasingly important to the militant group as its oil revenues dwindle.
Razanandrongobe sakalavae is the oldest and largest representative of Notosuchia—a type of crocodilian that lived millions of years ago.
Using new imaging techniques, scientists find "invisible" message on back of a pottery shard.
The holiday's connection to Passover, the origin of the Easter bunny myth and more facts about the Christian holiday.
The middle finger unearthed in Saudi Arabia suggests human life 325,000 years ago.
Government officials want corporate sponsors and donors to help restore the city's historic sites.
Famous conductor leads the Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra in concert at city's Roman Theater.
Before and after images of key landmarks razed by ISIS in Palmyra.
Directorate of Syrian Antiquities shows damage to city's museum and the Temple of Bel.