Archaeologists have found traces of a Saxon town known as Lundenwic buried beneath London.
A mysterious scrap of metal found at a 1634 settlement in Maryland was once part of a suit of armor.
Many animals have a good sense of smell, but can they smell chemical signals that indicate a person is fearful?
Lesions found on the bones of a Nubian skeleton reveal evidence of an ancient rheumatoid arthritis case.
A hollowed-out animal bone was used by Romans to store a stash of poisonous seeds and is the first-ever evidence of the seeds' use during the Roman era.
Shoes can give us an interesting insight into what people used to wear. Here are some of the most extraordinary finds from the archaeological record.
In addition to the funerary items, archaeologists uncovered remnants of a tannery and a 16th-century cemetery.
The well-preserved skeleton still has portions of its fingernails and skin intact — however, its skull remains missing.
Researchers in Morocco happened upon a trackway containing 85 well-preserved human footprints that are some of the oldest in the world.
Prehistoric humans adorned themselves with different types of beads depending on their culture and location in Europe.