Illegally minted in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the 1652 silver shilling recently sold at auction for $351,912
Milly Hardwick, a 13-year-old from Suffolk, stumbled onto a cache of 65 artifacts dated to around 1300 B.C.E.
The artwork features scenes from the Iliad showing Achilles’s defeat of Hector
Lucas Schmid's find led to the discovery of hundreds of other ancient artifacts linked to a 15 B.C.E. battle between imperial and Rhaetian forces
Dated to around 1503, the depiction of the Virgin and Child bears the Renaissance master's monogram and watermark
Hasmonean ruler John Hyrcanus I, a nephew of Maccabean Revolt leader Judah Maccabee, razed the fortified structure during his conquest of Idumea
The coins were buried in what is now the city of Augsburg around the third century C.E.
Experts say the 15th-century artifact bears striking similarities to the Middleham Jewel, a gold pendant found near the king's childhood home in 1985
Fifth-Dynasty pharaohs built six such structures. Until now, only two had been found
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
Dated to between 1493 and 1499, the silver half-groat is the oldest English coin ever found in Canada
Carbon dating of the artworks' timber frame suggests they date to between the 1540s and 1580s
Freddy Goodall of Brighton, England, detailed his finds in a series of social media videos
The discovery is striking because Henry VIII removed almost all traces of his second queen following her execution in 1536
Colin and Donna Craig-Brown of New Zealand named the giant tuber and have been taking it for walks
The plainly furnished room contained three wooden beds, a chamber pot and a chest
The remarkably well-preserved wooden vessel was probably made by the Effigy Moundbuilders, ancestors of the modern Ho-Chunk Nation
Discovered in a West Norfolk field, the cache of 131 coins and 4 gold objects dates to around 600 C.E.
William Edmondson had a solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in 1937 but was buried in an unmarked grave following his death in 1951
Found near a Byzantine-era winery, the jewelry likely belonged to a wealthy, high-status individual