25 man made sites to see around the world.
Did a race of Human giants walk the earth before us? The American Indians think so. If they existed, who were they, what were they doing, and why is it a secret now? Forbidden History.
The site of Rosslyn Chapel is steeped in history. Hawthornden carvings deep below in Roslin glen below give some clues to much older origins of this sacred spot. Could the site be older than any of us may imagine,...
Mankind always had a fascination with the lost civilizations, fictitious underwater cities and the wonders of the world. The idea and concept of a lost city, besides an evident excavation, has been enforced strongly...
In archaeology, timing is everything. This article includes virtually all of the various dating methods used by archaeologists and other scientists.
The pyramids in Egypt are a living testament of a distant past. Along with it, we now see ruins that were once magnificent and unparalleled. These historical landmarks are known as the 7 wonders...
Agricultural land play the discovery game big. Forget pottery shards. Farms can churn out gold, graves and technology, priceless art and new mysteries.
Monticello is the Virginia estate of Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States. The house, designed by Jefferson himself, is a classic example of late-18th-century American architecture.
The DIA nearly lost its 100 art collections to settle the bankruptcy of the City of Detroit. Fortunately, that plan was found unconstitutional by the courts. It's still one of the largest collections.
Citizens of prehistory had to make do without a lot of tools taken for granted today. But that didn't stop their nifty attempts to make life easier.