A remarkable archaeological breakthrough has been made with the excavation and restoration of rooms in the pyramid of Sahura. The discovered chambers are probably storage rooms intended to hold the royal burial objects.
A Roman road network spanning South West Britain – Devon and Cornwall – was identified in a new research, thanks to LiDAR scans and geographical modelling
Dr. Jeffrey Glover shares what he’s learned about the people from the Maya civilization who lived in Quintana Roo, Mexico, over a span of 3,000 years
An array of intricate settlements in the Llanos de Mojos savannah-forest, Amazonia, has been uncovered; the study is published on Nature
On the land where Cordoba is located in the 21st century, two cities coexisted in the past, each on a hill: an Iberian and a Roman one