Statue Fragment of Ancient Egyptian Official Found in Israel

Israeli archaeologists have found a large fragment of a limestone Egyptian statue dating to the third millennium BC at Tel-Hazor, site of the Biblical...

Roman-Era Pottery Workshop Unearthed in Northern Israel

Archaeologists from the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) have unearthed a 1,600-year-old (Roman period) pottery workshop at the archaeological site of Bat el-Jabal in Shlomi,...

Tiny Bronze Figure of Ceres Unearthed at Ancient Roman Fort

Amateur archaeologist has found a beautifully crafted miniature bronze figure of the Roman goddess Ceres at Arbeia Roman Fort in South Shields, UK. Councilor Alan...

Scientists Find Geological Evidence of China’s Legendary ‘Great Flood’

An international team of researchers, led by Dr. Qinglong Wu of Peking University and Nanjing Normal University, has uncovered geological evidence for the ‘Great...

Hominins Used Stone Tools to Butcher Rhinos, Other Animals 250,000 Years Ago

New research led by University of Victoria’s April Nowell reveals surprisingly sophisticated adaptations by early humans living 250,000 years ago in Shishan Marsh, a...