Latest Bronze Age Stories
Researchers hope that a new discovery, which has major implications for understanding the world's first empire, will help to highlight the importance of protecting Syria's heritage.
Turkey sits at the cultural crossroads of the Western and Eastern worlds, so it should come as no surprise that the region gave birth to a host of modern languages, including English, French, German, Hindu, and Persian.
The age-old struggle between classes may be even older than we thought, according to a new study carried out by archaeologists.
New research has shed a light on an ancient Asian civilization and given a glimpse into what the future might hold for the region.
Hundreds of artifacts have provided scientists with new insight as to how Bronze Age men and women lived their lives on a day-to-day basis.
A recent find by a University of Cincinnati archeologist suggests an ancient Cypriot city was well protected from outside threats.
Play was a central element of people's lives as far back as 4,000 years ago.
Researchers said Monday that traces of a previously unknown Bronze Age civilization have been discovered in the peaks of Russia's Caucasus Mountains because of aerial photographs taken 40 years ago.
Chemical tests on teeth from an ancient burial site containing the 3,550-year-old remains of a teenage boy wearing a unique necklace unearthed near Stonehenge indicate that the person buried there grew up around the Mediterranean Sea.
A 3,200-year-old round bronze tablet with a carved face of a woman, found at the El-ahwat excavation site near Katzir in central Israel, is part of a linchpin that held the wheel of a battle chariot in place.
- A young chicken: also used as a pet name for children.