Archaeologists have discovered 30 curse tablets down an ancient Athenian well. The tablets call on the gods of the underworld to do their bidding.
CT scans of four ancient skulls suggest the early settlers of North America were more biologically diverse than previously thought.
When bushfires fires hit the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape in southwest Victoria, they removed vegetation and revealed previously hidden sections of an ancient aquaculture system.
Egypt's Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has finished documenting ancient graffiti found in a small cave in the South Sinai.
Archaeologists have described a "unique" find dating back thousands of years ago to Neolithic Europe. Researchers say it is just the second ring of its kind found in Denmark.
Archeologists digging in Mexico southeastern state of Yucatán discovered a centuries-old palace built by the Mayans more than 1,000 years ago.
Prehistoric Europeans used amber as a status symbol, an archaeologist who worked on the study told Newsweek.
The warrior was believed to be aged between 40 and 50 and his right arm had been amputated around the mid-forearm.
More than 500 years ago, a mass sacrifice of 140 children occurred in what is now Peru.
Hieroglyphs on the coffin say it contained a high priestess called Mer-Neith-it-es from 600 BC.
The discovery has a disturbing twist.
Up to 90 percent of the people responsible for Stonehenge disappeared.
Even sites that won't be submerged could be damaged from rapid development.
A look at human history shows what climate change could cause.
Archaeologists are hoping to find what lies beneath the large Mayan temple known as "The Castle."
The engraving, known as a petroglyph, shows a circle with curved, intricate swirling emissions issuing from it.
Excavations show that three individuals were trapped in a raging inferno.
The tower of more than 650 skulls is believed to have struck fear into the Spanish conquistadores who captured the city.