Hidden beneath the thick canopy of trees of the Honduran rain forests, a team of researchers believe they have spotted what may be the remains of the fabled ancient city of la Ciudad Blanca – the White City.
Early members of the Homo genus, perhaps Homo erectus, appear to have loved to snack on antelope and wildebeest brain tissue, according to a study published in the online journal PLOS ONE.
What most people don’t know, archaeologist Kathy Henderson explained to the Arizona paper The Republic, is that underneath Phoenix’s Sky Train stop on 44th Street and Washington is an ancient canal system.
Maya civilization, while well understood in terms of its religious structures, writing system and mathematical and astronomical developments, has long been shroud in mystery when it comes to understanding its origins. However, a team of researchers led by University of Arizona researchers Takeshi Inomata and Daniela Triadan have found new reasons to believe the story is not as simple as current hypotheses make it out to be.
Robotics have long played a helpful role in medicine and manufacturing; however, a new discovery made by the robot Tlaloc II-TC shows just how crucial the new technology can be in the field of archaeology.
Archaeologists working in Egypt believe they have uncovered the world's oldest port.
A new study on Nimbadon skeletons has revealed the lifestyle and ecology of the species that lived during the Middle Miocene period, 15 million years ago.
Archaeologists have unearthed golden artifacts while excavating the ancient Thracian tomb in Bulgaria.