Redevelopment works of Brighton Dome Corn Exchange, United Kingdom, have lead to discovery of personal letters and belongings dating to the First World War.
Archaeologists excavating a monastery complex on the Giresun Island on the Black Sea, known for being a significant religious centre in the Byzantine era, revealed facts of daily life and traditions of the site.
Two shipwrecks were discovered in northern Lake Huron, one of the five Great Lakes of North America. The vessels were identified as steamers that sunk in 1894 and 1915.
Archaeologists have discovered possibly one of the oldest paint workshops of the world at the ancient settlement mound of Kanlıtaş, Eskişehir province, Turkey.
Police officers were alarmed that an air bomb was brought home by kids who found the object in a field near Szopinek, near Zamość, South-East Poland.
A 2500-mausoleum from the Lycian era located near Gölova, Antalya province, Southern Turkey, has been vandalised with graffiti.
A well preserved Viking sword was discovered by a team of deer hunters at high altitude in Oppland, Norway.
A unique bunker dating back to World War 2 has been unearthed by construction works of Szczecinek’s bypass, North-West Poland. The object’s purpose is believed to have been a water intake facility.
Archaeologist unearthed remains of stone structures that are believed to be remains of old field systems. The discovery was made within Poland’s Białowieża Forest, North-East Poland, one of the the last and largest remaining parts of primeval forests in Europe.
Archaeologists uncovered a prehistoric tomb dating back 3500 years in Garbacz, near Waśniów, South-East Poland. The tomb contained fragments of bones and a peculiar vessel with a painting resembling a wagon.
Wreck of a ship, believed to be “The Gustav II Adolf”, a 17th century vessel of King Gustav II Adolf has been unearthed during renovation works in central Stockholm, Sweden.
A unique ancient Roman mosaic depicting such mythological figures like Bellerophon, Pegasus, the Chimaera, Hercules, centaurs, and Cupid was unearthed in Boxford, West Berkshire, United Kingdom.
Metal detectorists have discovered a rare gold pendant made of a Byzantine coin, dating back to the 6th century AD near Attleborough, Norfolk, United Kingdom.
An ancient sarcophagus dating back 800 years was discovered damaged after a child was allowed to climb inside it by her parents at Prittlewell Priory Museum in Southend, Essex, United Kingdom.
Archaeologists have unearthed nearly 20 skeletons thought to be 200 to 300 years old during works at the Brighton Corn Exchange, Brighton, South United Kingdom.
A unique wooden well, attributed to the Early Slavic tribe of Drevlians, was discovered in Olevsk city, Zhytomyr Oblast, North-West Ukraine.
A large, well-preserved gold necklace was unearthed by researchers during excavations of the ancient city of Heraclea Sintica, near Petrich, South-western Bulgaria.
Researchers have reconstructed the face of John Howison, a 19th-century murderer who committed a brutal killing in Cramond, Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1931.
Archaeologists excavating the remains of the ancient city of Aspendos, Antalya, Turkey, have discovered what is believed to be shops and warehouses that date back 2000 years.
Archaeologists discovered a pair of bronze tweezers during the excavations works at Washingborough bypass dig, part of the construction of Lincoln’s Eastern Bypass, which so far resulted in numerous archaeological finds.