On the rocky shores of Gibraltar, archaeologists have discovered a new chamber in a cave system that was a hangout of some of Europe's last surviving Neanderthals.
A new research revealed upper Paleolithic proto-writing system consisting three of the most frequently occurring signs.
The findings suggest humans crossed into central Europe earlier than previously thought.
The 168 new geoglyphs represent humans, camelids, birds, orcas, felines and snakes.
One of the most hotly debated questions in the history of Neanderthal research has been whether they created art. In the past few years, the consensus has become that they…
With the help of new archaeogenetic data, scientists have obtained exciting insights into the social order of the Aegean Bronze Age. Ancient DNA reveals completely unexpected marriage rules in Minoan Crete, scientists say.
New skeletal DNA analysis proves that who first called themselves English had origins in Germany, Denmark, and the Netherlands.
Archaeologist Joel Klenck Announces Finding of Writing from an Ancient Time, Noah's Ark Codex, at a Late Epipaleolithic Site (13,100 and 9,600 BC).
Examining all three kinds of bog body reveals that they are part of a millennia-long, deep-rooted tradition.
Researchers describe genomes from ten individuals up to 7,500 years old that help to show gene flow from people moving in the opposite direction from North America to North Asia.
The Rock Wall of Texas: Is it really older than any known human civilization on Earth?
The mysterious disappearance of Bryce Laspisa: A decade of unanswered questions
Ararat anomaly: Is the southern slope of Mount Ararat the resting place of Noah’s Ark?
El Tajín: The lost city of the “Thunder” and a mysterious people