Archaeologists

Victorian railway roundhouse built to a design by Robert Stephenson and thought to be the ‘oldest in the world’ is discovered by archaeologists excavating the site of Birmingham’s main...

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Archaeologists in Croatia use specially trained DOGS to sniff out 3,000-year-old Iron Age tombs in the country’s coastal mountains German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois breeds sniff out SIX new...

Archaeologists claim ‘Swiss Stonehenge’ discovered under Lake Constance is a man-made Neolithic monument built 5,500 years ago The stones — or cairns — have been discovered as part of...

Archaeologists discover pair of 600-year-old leather boots thought to have belonged to a clergyman now buried beneath a Scottish church The boots were found in the remains of a coffin in the village of...

Time-lapse footage shows archaeologists digging up the Victorian burial ground where 6,500 bodies were removed to make way for Birmingham’s HS2 station A team of 70 archaeologists spent a year excavating...

Archaeologists claim 2,200-year-old ruins in Israel could be the remains of the biblical town Emmaus where Jesus travelled after his resurrection Tel Aviv University professor Israel Finkelstein claims...

The Pompeii sorcerer’s trunk: Archaeologists discover mysterious treasure trove in buried Roman town filled with dolls, skulls and miniature PENISES  Massimo Osanna, director of the Pompeii site,...

Yikesss! Archaeologists discover fossil human poop containing the remains of an entire venomous snake eaten during suspected ritual (including a FANG) Researchers analyzed samples from more than 1,000...

Ancient brewing techniques used to provide a steady supply of beer to the Wari empire in Peru from 600 to 1100 AD are recreated by archaeologists  Cerro Baúl was a colonial outpost at the southernmost...

These Romans were a prickly bunch. Archaeologists who uncovered graffiti carved by soldiers in 207 AD in a quarry near a section of Hadrian’s Wall in Cumbria, England, came across the unmistakable image...

Roman-era tombs filled with human remains and adorned with colorful funeral paintings discovered in Egypt Archaeologists discovered two ancient tombs at the Beir Al-Shaghala in Egypt The tombs were made...

The excavation site (The Kiriath-Jearim Shmunis Family Excavation) Excavations in Israel are shedding new light on the history of a Biblical site linked to the Ark of the Covenant. Specifically,...

Skeleton of woman who was stabbed to death from behind, a bare knuckle boxer whose head was caved in and a malnourished baby reveal the drudgery of Charles Dickens’ London Wessex archaeology team...

The possible discovery of the ship Cook sailed to Australia could solve one of the greatest ever maritime mysteries. Archaeologists from the Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project (Rimap) think they...

Is THIS the birthplace of Henry VII? Archaeologists believe they have found the exact part of Pembroke Castle where the Tudor king was born more than 500 years ago Historians knew Henry – victor of...