Scholars are unraveling the myths surrounding the 1621 feast, which found the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag cementing a newly established alliance
Conceptions of the medieval Crusades tend to lump disparate movements together, ignoring the complexity and diversity of these military campaigns
Dated to between 1493 and 1499, the silver half-groat is the oldest English coin ever found in Canada
An exhibition at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum is the first to showcase Mary and Elizabeth Way's unique creations, which went unrecognized for decades
Displaying the looted artworks does "a huge amount of harm,” says director Ngaire Blankenberg, who has affirmed her commitment to repatriating the objects
The Anahuacalli Museum has expanded its campus to create a community art center first envisioned by the Mexican muralist in 1941
Researchers discovered the boat and other artifacts linked to the pre-Hispanic civilization near the ruins of Chichén Itzá
A new exhibition unites 17th-century artifacts with contemporary artists' responses to the mass hysteria event
Scholars have yet to identify the young boy, but new research offers insights on his age and likely background
The towering likeness is an oversized replica of a 15th- or 16th-century limestone artwork discovered earlier this year
The sign identifies the 19th-century statesman as a "committed British colonialist"
The Zanzibar-born author of ten novels tells richly detailed stories about people living "in the gulf between cultures and continents"
Tudor polymath John Dee used the artifact in his attempts to communicate with angels and apparitions
A new exhibition in Mexico City features 1,525 objects linked to the Maya, Toltec, Teotihuacán, Aztec and Mixtec cultures
The documents, many of which are directly linked to conquistador Hernán Cortés, were smuggled out of the country and auctioned in the U.S.
New technical analysis dates Yale's Vinland Map to the 1920s or later, not the 1440s as previously suggested
Exhibition spotlights crashing waves, maritime voyages and seafaring vessels painted by Georgia O'Keeffe, Normal Rockwell and Jacob Lawrence
A new nonfiction release revisits the life of Mai, the first Pacific Islander to visit Britain
A nonprofit foundation purchased the objects, which were seized by British troops in 1868, with the aim of restituting them
New analysis of the 16th-century "Codex Telleriano-Remensis" reveals 12 references to the natural disasters