Last year, archaeologists discovered a tomb suspected to be the resting place of King Tutankhamun's wife Ankhesenamun.
At 180 kg and four metre in length, the tail reportedly belonged to a 17 metre long, 22 tonne sauropod of the Atlasaurus imelakei species.
The Two Brothers are the Manchester Museum's oldest mummies and happen to share the same mother, though their fathers were different men.
The over 10,000-year-old underwater cave extends over 347 kms and connects two of Earth's largest flooded tunnel networks.
The new discoveries shed light on a key period of the early Viking age – when a new runic alphabet came into use.
The Ministry of Antiquities claims they took over the San Al-Hagar archaeological site after previous foreign missions did not conduct sufficient excavations.
Palaeontologists were able to digitally reconstruct every bone of the dinosaur's skull, allowing them to study features like nerves, never described before.
The Moche society which lived in northern Peru from the 1st to the 8th centuries preceded the Incan civilisation and Hispanic conquest.
The ancient burial tomb may also contain a well-preserved "ice mummy" along with other treasures such as carpets, wood carvings and more.
Archaeoastronomy professor suggests recently discovered void in heart of pyramid could house throne built of metal from outer space.
Researchers, Timo van Eldijk and Bas van de Schootbrugge, have discovered the oldest known fossil remains of moths and butterflies, dating back to more than 200 million years ago.
The "distinguished" tombstone was discovered by an Egyptian team of archaeologists along with other remains of tombs at the Al-Abd archaeological site.
33 fossil teeth of the Cretaceous Period shark, collected over a period of 38 years, revealed a new species that was likely the ancestor of the largest known shark – megalodon.
The 18th century Dutch warship, the 19th century British steamboat and the ancient lighthouse were all found on sea floor of the Yucatan Peninsula.
The residence was a summer getaway spot for the imperial family and other high-ranking officials, according to archaeologists.
The Ministry of Antiquities confirmed that the fragment was a historical artefact and includes hieroglyphic details about the pharaoh's coronation and birth name.
The Book of Deer, a biblical manuscript, contains the first written evidence of the Scottish Gaelic language.
Researchers found various artefacts that can be traced back to the early medieval monastic period in a field near Deer Abbey in Aberdeenshire.
Archaeologists uncovered hundreds of flint axes at the site in Jaljulia and believe the area may have been a regularly visited spot by prehistoric hunter gatherers.
Scientists studied the fossilised bones of a shark that lived during the Devonian period to find that humans' ancient ancestor was also related to sharks.