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Have Archaeologists Discovered the Temple of Hercules?

Researchers in Spain believe that they have found the Temple of Hercules, long-lost, in the remains of a series of buildings in Andalusia

Israeli Archaeologists Discover Only Known Crusader Encampment

Archaeologists in Israel have found the remnants of what is the only Crusader encampment that has been discovered in the Middle East. The site is...

Hundreds of Ancient Ornate Rock-Cut Tombs Intrigue Archaeologists

Archaeologists are feverishly uncovering and studying hundreds of ornate, rock-cut tombs carved out of a towering cliff in Blaundos, Uşak, Turkey - a city...

Archaeologists Claim They’ve Discovered the Trojan Horse in Turkey: Debunked

Turkish archaeologists claim they have found what they believe are pieces of the Trojan Horse. According to a report by, Turkish archaeologists excavating the site of the historical city of Troy on the hills of Hisarlik have unearthed a large wooden structure.

Archaeologists Find New Treasures at the Temple of Artemis in Evia

Archaeologists have discovered new findings in the Temple of Artemis, which is located east of Amarynthos in Evia, central Greece.

Archaeologists Using New Techniques to Get North American History Right

The American Indigenous History and their colonization by Europeans represents one of the most significant global events related to archeology, culture and human history.

Archaeologists Discover Ancient Curse Tablets in Athens Well

A discovery of a trove of ancient curse tablets was made recently in Athens' downtown neighborhood of Kerameikos (Ceramicus).

Archaeologists Uncover Ancient Ruins of Monastery, Greek Inscriptions in Egypt

Archaeologists uncovered the ruins of an ancient Christian settlement dating to the fourth and fifth centuries AD in Egypt's Western Desert.

Archaeologists Locate the Lost Sanctuary of Apollo in Cyprus

A Sanctuary of Apollo was recently located by German archaeologists at Pera Oreinis-Fragkissa Lefkosia, Cyprus.

Archaeologists Discover Eight Ancient Graves in Western Peloponnese

According to the Greek Ministry of Culture, archaeologists excavating a site in Ilia, a region in the western Peloponnese, recently discovered eight ancient graves...