Thanks to a missing piece of evidence, the origin of the giant sarsen stones at Stonehenge has finally been discovered.
A new study published on July 22nd in Nature suggests that humans may have lived in North America up to 33,000 years ago. That’s more than 10,000 years earlier than what was previously thought.
The 2,000-year-old shipwreck known as The Peristera is set to become an underwater museum next month.
Researchers across the world are building upon dogs’ well-established ability to uncover human and animal remains.
The team used lidar and sonar technologies to locate the artifacts; similar techniques to those used in the recent findings in Mexico and at Stonehenge.
Archaeologists have discovered a series of shafts near Stonehenge, making the site the largest prehistoric structure in Britain.
The unprecedented discovery uncovered a MASSIVE Mayan structure that measures almost a mile long and was built over 3,000 years ago.