In the 1870s, amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann inflicted irreparable damage on the site of the legendary city
A new exhibition traces how Middle Eastern patterns and motifs inspired—and fueled—Cartier
A exhibition celebrates the 100th anniversary of the archaeological find by spotlighting the overlooked workers who made it possible
Flooding risk has landed the site on the National Trust for Historic Preservation's list of most endangered places
The online reference aims to make the region's masterpieces more accessible than ever
Sixty years after Seattle's Century 21 Exposition, world's fairs have largely fallen out of fashion in the U.S.
The new findings could help Mukwema Ohlone prove they never went "extinct"
Pepx Romero kissed and licked centuries-old archaeological wonders to raise awareness of the ongoing, contested sale of pre-Hispanic treasures
The artifacts are on display alongside modern spears created by the descendants of the Indigenous Dharawal people
New research suggests the vessel is the mysterious "Sparrow-Hawk"
The historic reacquisition spans 465 acres in the Northern Neck of Virginia
Known by the alias Lai Tek, the enigmatic communist swore allegiance first to France, then Britain and finally Japan
After Alice Ball's death in 1916 at age 24, a white man took credit for her research
A single reference in the historical record has spawned an array of adaptations, most of which overstate the anonymous figure's role in the Culper Spy Ring
A new book tells the stories of four interwar writers who laid the groundwork for modern journalism
During WWII, Ukrainian nationalists saw the Nazis as liberators from Soviet oppression. Now, Russia is using that chapter to paint Ukraine as a Nazi nation
Earlier this month, a Hawaiian delegation retrieved 58 sets of ancestral remains from five European museums
In the 1930s, the mystery writer accompanied her archaeologist husband on annual digs in the Middle East
The unauthorized removal of the monument took place during the racial justice protests of summer 2020
In July 1776, colonists destroyed a sculpture of the English king. A new exhibit explores this iconoclasm's legacy—and its implications for today