Humanity was expanding over 2 million years ago, according to a new study.
From 78,000 years ago to the Iron Age.
Talk about some good luck.
Those etchings didn't come from nowhere.
The find could put human ancestors in Southeast Asia long before Homo sapiens were even a species.
Scientists not only dated the oldest monumental sculpture in the world, but also discovered a new face on the idol.
The DIY prosthetic (attached with his teeth) let him lie a surprising long life.
The silver coins are probably from the reign of Harald Gormsson, better known as "Harald Bluetooth."
Of the roughly 50 prints found, some were so detailed as to show claws.
The six-to-eight-year-old dinosaur is the most complete young T. rex ever found.
You can probably guess what the answer is not.
Findings out of Kenya offer a new understanding of when early humans got organized and started trading.
The find could rewrite the history of Spanish exploration of the American West.
The Battle of the Coral Sea changed military history.
The sprawling dwelling dates to the 2nd century.
Researchers in Spain have found the first evidence of Neanderthal art.
"If I had not had the LiDAR I would have walked right over it, because of how dense the jungle is."
It likely belonged to a woman known as Hetpet, who archaeologists believe was close to ancient Egyptian royals of the 5th Dynasty.
They've never seen anything like it.
Sophisticated 385,000-year-old tools in India just doesn't match up with what we thought we knew.
New fossils found in Israel set our origins back tens of thousands of years—if not more.
Archaeology has an answer, but it's hard to tell if it's the right one.
It took some time for humanity to get the hang of smelting.
Sometimes, the local legends are more than just tall tales.
Using high-energy particles from space, researchers find evidence of a hidden room inside the Great Pyramid.
Satellite images have revealed mysterious, ancient stone structures in Saudi Arabian lava fields.