The head's structure may not explain as much about an animal's posture as long believed.
A bitter battle can wage over human remains before they rest in peace.
Mammoths died, and farmers domesticated pumpkins, squash, and gourds.
Skeletons reveal medieval people ingested lead from fancy pottery.
Middle East group was among first to begin agriculture, settlements, and catered funerals.
A new analysis reopens the debate over reburying one of the oldest skeletons found in North America.
Ancient Romans ate meals most Americans would recognize.
Archaeologists report new findings about the Continental army’s winter of discontent.
Research shows how salt in the environment can destroy ancient buildings and art.
Police in Ferguson have used an ancient tactic.