A collective of cryptocurrency owners attempted to buy the document but was outbid by Citadel CEO Kenneth Griffin, who shelled out $43.2 million
Should historic health officials' response to yellow fever outbreaks on the Iberian Peninsula serve as a model for modern pandemic management strategies?
The documents, many of which are directly linked to conquistador Hernán Cortés, were smuggled out of the country and auctioned in the U.S.
A century after the massacre of a prosperous Black community, Smithsonian volunteers transcribed nearly 500 pages of vital records in less than 24 hours
A new technique enables scholars to unlock the secrets of long-sealed missives
The 1818 missive, which describes the French statesman's failing health, recently sold at auction for $2,000
The National Museum of Women in the Arts is asking the public to share recipes that document unique family histories
The archive employs A.I. modeled on the human immune system to guard offerings including a rare manuscript of the "Aeneid"
The National Archives has scanned more than 300 agreements between the United States and Indigenous tribes
Invisible to the naked eye, researchers revealed lines of ancient script in new photographs
A new book details how the young nation regarded its recent and more ancient pasts
The University of Texas San Antonio's vast collection makes traditional Mexican and Mexican-American cooking accessible
Museum staff discuss the reception of a difficult work that showed the vivid and painful documentation of a Nazi death camp
Stolen around Los Angeles in 1993, the paintings and antiques were recently recovered by LAPD when some were brought to an auction house
'Acetaria' celebrates the healthful benefits of meatless dining
Archivists are cataloging documents from the Assizes court in the Isle of Ely, which tried serious crimes
Signed in 1868, the document brought an end to the Navajo’s imprisonment on a reservation in New Mexico
The notes are featured in a soon-to-be released volume of Frank’s collected works