The Pyramid of the Moon is the second largest structure at Teotihuacán.
The people of the village were very well nourished, leading to their unusual height.
A femur found 80 years ago is shining a new light on Neanderthal evolution.
The tomb held one of the earliest depictions of battle chariots in Egypt.
Known as columelle, the stelae shed light on the identity of Italians in a newly unified peninsula.
Skull cult is a frequent phenomenon in Neolithic Anatolia as people thought skulls had a special power.
The Neanderthal individual appeared to have experienced irritation and discomfort.
Human remains and artefacts left at a site suggest permanent occupation as far back as 7,000 years ago.
The remains of two buildings, including a solarium, and the bones of a dog were identified by archaeologists.
The rock inscriptions were found by the Yale archaeological mission in Egypt.
Nebiri was known as the Chief of Stables during the reign of Pharaoh Thutmose III.
A fake toe could tell you a lot about how someone lived.
The remains of a dozen individuals, including a foetus, were found inside the tomb.
"Finding 75 pieces could offer irrefutable proof of the presence of top leaders who escaped from Nazi Germany"
Legend stoked by massive building stones that make up some of the buildings.