Submerged human dwellings on the west coast were those of the first humans in Australia.
Archaeologists have found the remains of a young man who suffered from Scheuermann's disease.
The sacrifice was a plea to the gods to bring success to construction projects.
The famous 'Lucy' species went extinct as the land dried out, while the earliest humans thrived.
The mummies were accidentally found at the Tuna Al-Gabal archaeological site through a radar survey.
The pyramid has been associated with 13th dynasty pharaoh Ameny-Qemau.
Researchers have yet to date the structures precisely and to publish their findings.
The new discovery indicates that microbial life existed in hot springs far earlier than previously known.
More fossils of the elusive species were recently found in a dark cave chamber in South Africa.
An international conference has brought together archaeologists to discuss King Tut's artefacts.
There has been much debate about the purpose of these artworks, known as Nilotic landscapes.
The dinosaur had extraordinarily tiny arms.
Funerary gardens had previously only been known through iconography.
The discovery shows that advanced aerodynamic feathers evolved much earlier than thought.
Copper was an important material in ancient Egypt but little was known about its origins.