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Hamline University student Eden Rome talks about her project as Nancy Warner arranges her teapot collection on the kitchen table of her St. Paul home.
An international research team has discovered new fragments of the Spanish ship La Purisima Concepcion, shipwrecked in 1765 on the coast of the southern Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego, officials told Efe.
Many of us have rolled our eyes at the friend who can't order anything off the menu due to their dietary preferences but it's time to stop being mean based on cuisine.
Facebook very recently introduced a drop-down menu with 56 gender identity choices to embellish the classic Male and Female.
After 12 years of work, archaeologists from the Ohio Historical Society are still trying to put together all the pieces of an epic drama that played out in 1752 near what is now Piqua in western Ohio.
Hopi tribal elder Lawrence Keevama speaks with French attorney Pierre Servan-Schreiber and Sam Tenakhongva, Hopi Kachina Society leader, at the Hopi tribal offices in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Another page may be added to St. Augustine's historical legacy this spring once archaeologists explore an uncharted area of the nation's oldest colony.
Authorities say human bones discovered this week by construction crews in Central Texas are almost certainly ancient remains of Native Americans.
Archaeologists from the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork, Queens University Belfast pictured during excavations in the remains of the Great Hall in Carrickfergus Castle.
A DOG walker took a step back in time during his routine stroll, finding footprints thought to be 7,000 years old.
Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site holds the remnants of the largest and most influential city of the mound-building Mississippian culture.
Pictured here for their "hands-on lesson" are campers Max and Audrey Webb and Luke Wilhelm discovering archaeology with teacher Allie Webb reassembling a broken flower pot.
A new course is being plotted for a lengthy natural gas line here after archaeologists unearthed a 2,300-year old village.
Aucklanders are notoriously slack when it comes to preserving our heritage. The other day, a resident was fined for hacking into the scoria flow of his unique Mt Eden-edge lava forest property; in nearby Grey Lynn and Ponsonby, developers keep carting away century-old villas from their suburban settings.
DIAMONDS have sparked wars, inspired pop songs and adorned art. But another, more humble rock-a piece of limestone-has just changed human history.