A tomb in Denmark was found with the remains of a Viking man and woman who were buried with high honors. The burial structure is a dødehus or "death house" that dates to 950 AD.
Over the last few years, studies revealed a few amazing facts about the Stonehenge. Here are a few of them.
Admittedly, Ebola is still a very real issue, with a grand total of 18 confirmed cases of the often fatal disease indentified in West Africa, as of this week. However, compared to the whopping 450 to 1,000 weekly cases reported in the peak of last year's epidemic, it's safe to say that the worst is over. But now, experts are looking back and wondering what could have been done better. The burial of victims, according to a new report, is one issue that should have been better addressed.
The remains of two Ice Age infants, buried more than 11,000 years ago, were discovered in Alaska, new research describes, providing new insights into ancient burial practices.