Wood from the foundation of a 2,000-year-old building in Rome traced to a mountain forest in what is now France.
Recently uncovered archaeological evidence matches the Bible's account of Babylonian invasion 2,600 years ago.
Artifacts found in Idaho support theory that humans reached the Americas before a land route to Asia existed.
The fate of battleship remains may rest in the hands of countries that don't own the ships.
Violence and disease -- but also art and culture -- accompanied humanity's movement into increasingly populated areas.
A newly analyzed jawbone is the first confirmed Denisovan fossil found anywhere outside Siberia.
Drought-tolerant ingredients and local sourcing of brewing containers meant the beer could flow even in tough times.
Fossils from 50,000-67,000 years ago represent Homo luzonensis, discovered in a cave on the island of Luzon.
New tools are creating a trend in archaeology research: excavation without digging.