Excavations near Hoef en Haag, Netherlands, led to a discovery of a pot containing some 500 silver and gold coins dating back to the 15th century.
A strong storm that hit Spanish coast near Cadiz in March unearthed remains of an ancient Roman aqueduct at Cortadura beach. The structure dates back to 1st century AD.
Archaeologists discovered human remains around 90 metres off the south Sarasota County coastline, Florida, United States of America, which turned out to be part of a rare 7000-year-old Native American ancestral burial site.
In a garden of a rundown building in Turkey’s Antalya province’s Kaleiçi district two tablets describing the Seljuk conquest of the region were found.
Recent study by scientists suggests that acoustic qualities of a rock shelter may have been a key factor in its selection as a site for rock art and indicate a spiritual significance to the practice.
Wreckage of the USS Lexington, a U.S. aircraft carrier used in World War II, was discovered at the bottom of the Coral Sea around 800 kilometres off the eastern coast of Australia by the expedition organised by Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft.
A pistol part was found during excavations in the Kannah Creek, Mesa County, Colorado, United States of America. The piece is believed to have been a part of a Spanish pistol used 500 years ago.
Researchers found the first concrete evidence – fossilised hair in a soil sample – of a goat dated back to the Neolithic Corded Ware period in Finland. The find dates back to around 2800-2300 BC.
A 160-year old shipwreck has been unearthed at Short Sands Beach in York, Maine, North-East United States of America.
Latest excavations at Fort San Juan – the earliest known permanent European settlement in the interior United States, located near Morganton, North Carolina, unravels early entanglements between Native Americans and European explorers, revealing how their interactions shaped the history of the American South.
Archaeologists conducting underwater excavations at Lampayanas in southern Argolis, Greece, have uncovered a settlement dated to the Early Bronze Age.
Researchers revealed that at least 90% of the ancestry of Britons was replaced by a wave of the Neolithic Beaker culture people, who arrived about 4500 years ago at the British Isles.
Excavations at the Margate Caves, Kent, United Kingdom, revealed an Iron Age skeleton in a rare crouch burial.
Rock paintings of Tiwanaku culture in the caves of Anzota, Arica, South Chile, have been ruined by graffiti and experts say that the 1400-year-old art cannot be restored.
Nine cannonballs were uncovered in the same trench at Fort Cornwallis, George Town, Penang, Malaysia, where two centuries-old two cannons were found earlier.
Excavation on Italy’s capital, Rome, construction of Metro C line subway station has uncovered an ancient domus connected to the dormitory of a barracks built at the time of Emperor Trajan and then modified by Hadrian.
A garden in Moshav Hayogev in the Lower Galilee, Israel, unearthed a rare, intact bronze ring bearing an image of the traveler’s patron saint, St. Nicholas. The ring is said to be 700 years old.
Large part of one of ancient pagodas, numbered 1066, located in Bagan Archaeological Zone, Central Myanmar has collapsed after the structure has weakened after an earthquake in 2016.
Remains of a 19th-century diving bell barge has been uncovered during excavations of a boat graveyard at river Clyde near Erskine, West Central Lowlands of Scotland.
Researchers have unearthed an ancient stone sculpture depicting an idol of a dancing Shiva at Dungrapali, located on downstream of Hirakud Dam, on Mahanadi river. The artefact dates back to 7th or 8th century.