The remains, unearthed at a brownfield development site in London Road, are thought to be those of adolescent to mature males and females.
Trina Lindig displays the National Geographic magazine that featured her mother posing with an ancestral Puebloan pot from the Mesa Verde exhibit.
Keeping an urban diary is a kind of archaeology. As we make note of buildings or objects or interactions, we are actively engaging with a place.
Gov. John R. Kasich was surrounded by students from the Columbus School for Girls as he signed legislation they sought to name the Adena pipe as the official state artifact.
Employees of Bulgaria's Directorate for National Construction Control, DNSK , are conducting Saturday an emergency probe in a Thracian sanctuary .
They have uncovered evidence for the first time that people living in Xincun 5,000 years ago may have practised agriculture -- before the arrival of domesticated rice in the region.
With only a couple minor hurdles left to clear, supporters of the Swede Run Barn restoration hope to have the project completed by this summer.
Long after that first Neolithic colonisation, the flowering of the, "Great Island" led to a dominating Bronze Age culture.
Ancient ivory carvings made by Phoenician artists some 3,000 years ago have long hidden a secret, even while being openly displayed in museums around the world: The sculptures were originally painted with colorful pigments, and some were decorated with gold.
A DRUID leader has lost his High Court bidto force the re-interment of ancient bones dug up by archaeologists at Stonehenge .
Although a major road project remains in limbo, it will be a bit longer before anyone knows for sure whether there are tribal and/or pioneer burial sites along a rustic stretch of 253rd Avenue in Hillsboro.
Nepal's archaeologists have discovered artifacts dating from the Buddha era from an excavation site at Devdaha of Rupandehi district, which is located at a distance of 20km from Buddha's birthplace Lumbini in western Nepal.
The best summer getaways for the city's foodies are on the west coast, around our region, and in Canada.
A dig in the past showed once again that one man's trash can be another man's treasure - if the second man lives a few centuries later than the first, that is.
One of the oldest Mayan pyramids has been destroyed by construction crews digging for crushed rock to build a road in Belize.
Shocking insights into the new chair of UofU Dep of Anthropology, Leslie Knapp , make feel that there are individuals and group in our society who not only live at the expenses of others, but they do all this with our taxpayer money.