After years of negotiations, the man's bones have been handed back to Aboriginal tribal groups, to be returned to their original burial place
The 'once in a lifetime' discovery in Fourni now makes up 12 per cent of all shipwrecks ever found in the country's waters
Academics fear that the 6,300-year-old settlement could be severely damaged by a new road tunnel
“We never could have imagined the extent of the wealth that was contained in the particular grave”
The vessel, part of Henry V's embryonic 'Royal Navy', is believed to be entombed beneath the River Hamble
According to paleontologists from the University of Michigan, one local farmer may have made an epic fossil find.
British archaeologists' theory that the queen's final resting place is located behind walls in the tomb of famed boy-king Tutankhamun, has been enthusiastically received by the Egyptian Minister for Antiquities
The mass burial in Cramond, believed to be the oldest occupied village in Scotland, was uncovered in 1975
Sculptures of marble heads, a bronze bust of Alexander the Great and bronze statuettes of the gods form part of the collection
Archaeologists have unearthed an ancient cemetery thought to contain the tombs of 16 pharaohs
Archaeologists are thrilled at the blood-thirsty findings
The ancient Egyptian pharaoh was buried with an erect penis, no heart and covered in black oils to make him appear as the god Osiris, new study claims
Contractors have stumbled upon an ancient skeleton while digging a sewer trench in Norton-on-Derwent, near Malton. The skeleton is thought to be of either Roman or pre-historic origin.
The brick footings of two huts were revealed as workmen were digging up one of the former code-breaking centre's car parks
Archaeologists digging beneath sacred Maya Devi Temple find first physical evidence to enable them to accurately date the nativity of Prince Siddhartha Gautama
The controversial archaeologist Zahi Hawass reveals how her lateness led to upset