For four decades, the rare was artwork was thought to be missing
The animals include about 400 protected species
A new exhibition in Spain incorporates ten fragrances inspired by Jan Brueghel the Elder and Peter Paul Rubens' "The Sense of Smell"
Spanish authorities had all but given up the search for the missing piece, which was lost in a heist carried out by notorious art thief "Erik the Belgian"
Discovered near the animal’s den, the cache contains more than 200 coins from at least 1,600 years ago
Experts in Spain used laser scanning technology to locate submerged ruins along the coast of the Bay of Cádiz
Researchers found incense burners, a vessel containing cremated remains and other artifacts in the former capital of Tenochtitlán
Scholars are studying the remains in hopes of learning more about the Indigenous peoples who lived in the region prior to the rise of the Inca Empire
Researchers discovered the toxic element in remains buried across the Iberian Peninsula between the Neolithic period and antiquity
The volcano has covered over 2,000 acres of land with lava
From Pompeii to modern laboratories, scholars are working to recreate garum, a sauce made from decaying fish that delighted ancient Rome
Should historic health officials' response to yellow fever outbreaks on the Iberian Peninsula serve as a model for modern pandemic management strategies?
A new exhibition in Mexico City features 1,525 objects linked to the Maya, Toltec, Teotihuacán, Aztec and Mixtec cultures
A wealthy landowner probably hid the hoard to protect it from "barbarian" invaders
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
The eruption engulfed 410 acres of land and destroyed about 350 homes
New analysis of the 16th-century "Codex Telleriano-Remensis" reveals 12 references to the natural disasters
New research indicates that the Inca settlement was in continuous use from at least 1420 to 1530
Son Catlar, a Talayotic site on the Balearic Islands, is known for its well-preserved fortifications