The Ipogeo dei Cristallini's well-preserved tombs will open to the public as soon as summer 2022
For two centuries, diplomat Thomas Bruce has been held up as a shameless plunderer. The real history is more complicated, argues the author of a new book
Archaeologists find remains of a young man and dog left behind by a natural disaster some 3,600 years ago in the Mediterranean
Experts in Spain used laser scanning technology to locate submerged ruins along the coast of the Bay of Cádiz
Analysis of 4,500 artifacts suggests an early society between the Black and Caspian Seas turned against bling
The paint has been used throughout human history and is featured in iconic art pieces, like Michelangelo's 'Manchester Madonna'
Using artificial intelligence, scientists have put together a computerized system that could rebuild the magnificent murals destroyed by Mount Vesuvius
Featuring ingots, shipwrecks and an international trade in colors, the material’s rich past is being traced using modern archaeology and materials science
Researchers in Aizanoi unearthed traces of a bone workshop and an oil lamp store, as well as the heads of sculptures depicting Aphrodite and Dionysus
From Pompeii to modern laboratories, scholars are working to recreate garum, a sauce made from decaying fish that delighted ancient Rome
New analysis suggests the 2,800-year-old burial held the remains of at least three adults, not a child as previously believed
Pergamon's elite watched gladiator and animal fights, public executions, and naval reenactments at the ancient arena
Poets and lyricists populated the Greek civilization
Fierce? Yes. Tough? You bet. But the true history of the Greek civilization had a lot more nuance
Archaeologists excavating the ancient city of Magnesia hope to fully restore the 2,300-year-old sacred structure
Marcus Venerius Secundio died in his 60s decades before Mount Vesuvius' eruption in 79 C.E.
An exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge displays ornate Saka treasures discovered in Kazakhstan
A massive heatwave sparked blazes along the Mediterranean, threatening cultural heritage sites and forcing mass evacuations
Wicker vessels recovered from the ruins of Thônis-Heracleion contain doum nuts and grape seeds
The vessel dates to the second century B.C.E.