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 Egyptian display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art brings Ancient Egypt to life for New Yorkers and all visitors.
How did the sand dune get there and get so big? That answer can be found by going back to prehistoric times -- 12,700 years ago when valleys of the Sierra Nevada Mountains contained glaciers
This article provides a brief biography of archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass. The story also shows highlights of the History Channel's program, "Chasing Mummies: The Amazing Adventures of Zahi Hawass," which emphasizes...
A HOUSE is a building that provides shelter, comfort, and protection. It is one of man's three most important necessities. The other two being food and clothing. Shelter protects man from wind and rain, and from hot and...
Going on your first archaeological dig? That's exciting! I've been directing and assisting on archaeological digs since 1993 and teaching archaeological field schools since 1999. Field season is on and many students and...
This article explores the way that archaeologists such as Wilhelm Dorpfeld and Manfred Korfmann have significantly contributed to our understanding of Troy and how it relates to Homer's 'The Iliad'
Transparency calls for full recognition of the final landing site of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan. We may have it soon.
A View On The Ancient Texts Found In the Indian Subcontinent. How they were made and how they are protected nowadays.
This article provides scientific details about the mysterious Serpent Mound in Ohio. The author also speculates about when, why and by whom it was built.