One little culture started farming crops and taming animals, leading to the modern world.
Archaeologists are calling it a 'sensational find.'
Scientists dug up a 4,000-year-old jar of headless toads (Mmmm!) at a burial site near Jerusalem.
Who was this man? Who brought his statue so far from home? And who destroyed it?
This valley may have been so lush that it allowed hunter-gatherers to develop towns before farming.
Archaeologists believe the mosaic may have been the floor of an ancient boutique hotel.
Citrus has come a long way from its Southeast Asian origins. But how did it get so spread out?
The people who invented agriculture and domesticated animals also created the first sculpture of a couple having sex 11,000 years ago.
Archaeologists have found a chalkstone vessel workshop that dates back thousands of years.
The birthplace of Peter, Philip and Andrew – near the Sea of Galilee in Israel – was just found hundreds of feet below sea level.
Excavators found grape seeds, charred wood, fish bones and some pretty amazing sculptures in their latest dig.
High school students found the 2700-year-old system.
New discoveries about 16th-century pirates reveal what private sailors had to do to protect themselves.
Archaeologists discovered the colored fabrics in an ancient copper mine.
Experts say the rings, bracelets, earrings and hairpins were left behind in the kitchen.