Archaeologists think the vessel was likely a 19th-century merchant ship
How an Indian export became part of the fabric of American life
A new study finds 75 percent of the species sold are not regulated by any trade agreement
The team found a rare Roman coin, wall graffiti and ceramic fragments underneath the tiny village's town hall
Artifacts unearthed at the site include jewelry, coins and pieces of silver
Researchers unearthed a four-sided dice and 18 circular tokens
The 18th-century Edinburgh factory once produced a million bottles a week
A new analysis of ancient ostrich eggs at the British Museum underscores the interconnectedness of the ancient world
Storms reveal, then hide, the ship's sand-covered remains every decade or so
A new study has found that Norse hunters began pursuing smaller animals at increasingly risky distances in "a classic pattern of resource depletion"
The table ensured standard measurements for buying and selling in the first century A.D.
The gilded graves, built some 3,500 years ago, likely housed high-status individuals who displayed their wealth with objects from abroad