It turns out wine parties were a thing 2,600 years ago.
Scientists just pinpointed when humans became part Neanderthal.
Turns out humans have been harming the planet for a very, very long time.
A new dig made some fascinating discoveries about the menus of a 2,000-year-old civilization.
Check out an Israeli glassblowing studio with me located only a few hours away from the earliest archaeological evidence of the art.
Researchers say a recently discovered stone slab was used to start fires.
These ruins were buried in Jerusalem for centuries ... until people dug them up and turned them into a shopping road.
Archaeologists in Italy discovered ancient teeth with large cavities, suggesting that dentistry goes back a lot longer than we thought.
Dung discovery supports archaeologists' theory of where ruler's lucrative copper mines were located.
From Atlantis to El Dorado, these ancient civilizations remain as mysterious as the cryptic legends surrounding them.
British troops stationed in Israel drank a whole lot of spirits to keep their spirits up during the war.
There's no all-you-can-eat buffet but you could have feasted on olives, figs and grapes.
They found a shipwreck, gold coins and even an ancient order of knights.
The road, recently discovered near Jerusalem, was once the route for emperors.
This artistic monument found in Israel required 'technological knowledge and planning.'