A Polish diplomat and amateur historian would have found a long-lost ancient city that professional archaeologists and historians have been searching for for two centuries.
Archaeologists in Mexico City have found another section of 119 skulls that were part of the Aztec capital’s main trophy rack of sacrificed humans.
The waters below Antarctica are amongst the most inhospitable environments on our planet, or so we thought.
Archaeologists from Turkey discovered the ruins of a castle belonging to the Urartu civilization during underwater excavations in Lake Van.
To this day, no one knows for sure what happened to the first English settlement in America.
NASA has already recorded bursts of radiation from the Sun that could kill a human, but that was in 1972 and would only hit astronauts in orbit.
According to records, Greek Fire was fire developed in 672, but the formula remained a closely guarded military secret.
Without our natural satellite, the planet's climate would be in chaos and life would disappear.