Construction workers discovered a piece of unexploded ordnance dating to World War 2 at a residential building construction site in South Praga district of Warsaw, Poland.
A metal detectorist discovered a metal object with an inscription near near Lanchester Roman fort in County Durham, United Kingdom. The object turned out to be an ancient Roman fleet diploma.
Archaeologists reconstructed the face of a man who died 4500 years ago in England and whose remains were found in the 1930s and 1980s at a burial mound called Liff’s Low bowl barrow in Derbyshire.
Divers discovered remains of people within a shipwreck of an American B24 Tulsamerican bomber that was downed off shore of Vis Island, Croatia, in 1944.
A fisherman in Erenköy, Turkey, who tried to open a found Gallipoli battle cannonball with a saw to obtain powder, was killed. Police investigating his house have found additional archaeological artefacts.
Archaeologists unearthed pottery dated to Sassanid era and early Islamic era at Bazeh Hoor, Mashhad, Iran.
Archaeologists accidentally discovered remains of buildings dating back to World War 2 Harvey in South West Australia.
Archaeologists discovered an ancient mosaic dating back to the 4th century AD in Barhilia located in Barada valley in al-Zabadani area near Damascus, Syria.
Civil Administration employees have arrested two thieves of antiquities in the West Bank, Israel, who were moving stolen artefacts from a Byzantine-era church.
Archaeologists conducted a non-invasive survey with use of a GPR (ground penetrating radar) prior to start of a new season of excavations in Sierpc aimed at uncovering the remains of a Medieval castle.
A burial ground dating back 5000 years has been discovered in Jiaojia village near Jinan City, Shandong, China. The site has been dubbed “giants graveyard” by the media.
As excavations at the Dysnes site in Eyjafjörður fjord in North Iceland continue, archaeologists uncovered more artefacts connected with the Viking age boat burials located there.
Remains of a 1000-year-old village have been discovered at Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village, Davison County, South Dakota, USA.
Numerous silver coins dating back to the Samanid Empire (819-999 AD) and other artefacts were discovered at a site by the Psel river in Sumy Oblast, North-East Ukraine.
Archaeologists discovered a trove of gold artefacts buried with a wolf killed in a sacrifice ritual at a site adjacent to the Tempo Mayor, one of the main Aztec temples located in Mexico City.
Archaeologists examined a tooth found in the Denisova Cave, Altai mountains, Russia, within deposits dating back to 126000-225000 BC revealing it belonged to remains of a fourth Denisovan individual – a species of extinct hominin – found at the site.
Two local teenagers discovered unexploded ordnance from WW2 in a forest in Karwacz, Eastern Poland.
Archaeologists uncovered remains of a castle in Łańcut, Southern Poland, dating back to the 14th century. The site is known as being the seat of an infamous 17th-century troublemaker, Stanisław Stadnicki, called “the Devil”.
Nearly 10000 people had to be evacuated from the areas of Zaścianek and Grabówka near Białystok, North-eastern Poland, due to the discovery of a 500kg air bomb. The bomb was removed but a next one was found few days later at the same site.
Archaeologists excavating the site of a Medieval hospital by the New Town Square in Toruń, northern Poland, reveal information about the period in which the establishment functioned.