Found in Switzerland, some of the buried Roman coins were minted during a time of relative political stability, between 332 and 335 C.E.
Officials estimate this will cut carbon emissions by 222 million metric tons over 30 years and will save Americans $3 million per year on utility bills
FORMAT will bring big-name musicians, contemporary artists to Bentonville
From a series of coins to a museum in the making, their groundbreaking achievements gain new visibility
A new statue honors Licoricia of Winchester, a 13th-century moneylender whose life illuminates the challenges faced by Jews at the time
Here’s how to find one of the new U.S. quarters—the first to feature a Black woman
The estimated $90 million deal will go mostly toward a scholarship fund for children from South Carolina and Georgia
Illegally minted in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the 1652 silver shilling recently sold at auction for $351,912
Eleven-year-old Liel Krutokop found the shekel, which dates to the second year of the first-century C.E. Great Revolt, while sifting through dirt
A collective of cryptocurrency owners attempted to buy the document but was outbid by Citadel CEO Kenneth Griffin, who shelled out $43.2 million
The coins were buried in what is now the city of Augsburg around the third century C.E.
Dated to between 1493 and 1499, the silver half-groat is the oldest English coin ever found in Canada
Discovered in a West Norfolk field, the cache of 131 coins and 4 gold objects dates to around 600 C.E.
An exhibition at the Rijksmuseum unites two early likenesses of African men in Europe, among other 15th- and 16th-century masterpieces
A wealthy landowner probably hid the hoard to protect it from "barbarian" invaders
The stolen artifacts were found in the Bnei Brak home of an individual suspected of antiquities trafficking
The 1,400-year-old currency shows Golgotha, identified as the site of Jesus's crucifixion, on one of its sides
The cache of currency, melded together over the centuries, weighs 13 pounds