Archaeologists discovered a 1800-year-old mosaic dating back to the Roman era in the ancient city of Caesarea in West Israel.
A mass grave found in the area of La Pedraja, Spain, with the bodies of people killed during Spain’s Civil War (1936-1939) contained preserved brains of 45 people.
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.
A tower of human skulls, consisting of heads of women and children, sacrificed by Aztecs was discovered near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, existing before Mexico City.
Researchers reconstructed the Lady of Cao, a high priestess of the Moche civilisation, who was buried 1700 years ago.
Owners of the Hotel Jama in Postojna, Slovenia, discovered a hidden area within the building. It seems the four, newly discovered rooms were used in the Soviet Era for wiretapping phone calls and listening to guests’ conversations.
During documentation of ISIS destruction of the Tomb of the Prophet Jonah in Mosul, Iraq, inscriptions and sculptures dating back to the Assyrian empire were found.