The tomb's contents provides 'visible proof that the spot the pilgrims worship today really is the same tomb the Roman Emperor Constantine found in the 4th century'
Due to recent restoration, the paintings are clearer than they have ever been over the past 600 years
The centre was built more than 1,000 years before the stones of Stonehenge were erected
'Continuing to sculpt is a message that we will not be intimidated by those devils'
Many of the ship types have never before been seen
Capuchins have been observed in the wild smashing rocks together and creating razor-sharp flakes of rock just like those thought to have been used as knives by early humans
Archaeologists left surprised by unexpected results of radiocarbon dating anaylsis of remains
Scans of the ancient structure show anomalies, which researchers believe indicate unexplored 'cavaties'
Ancient cultures on the Silk Road may have prized marijuana's psychoactive properties
The rare coins are thought to date back to around 400AD
Mysterious Antikythera wreck continues to baffle scientists over a century after discovery
One of the hunters said the weapon was 'just lying there on the ground, waiting to be picked up'
The two oldest stone circles in the country were built to align with the sun and moon
The earliest of the three wrecks, known as the Axe Boat, was unrecorded before it emerged out of the mud on the west side of the Axe River in south Devon in 2001
The ancient Greeks and Romans wrote grisly legends about Mount Lykaion. The Arcadian peak, some would write, was where one of the first Greeks tried to trick Zeus by feeding him a sacrifice tainted with human flesh. In punishment, the legend goes, Lycaon was either slain or turned into a wolf.
Researchers show how the once ice-covered landscape between Siberia and Alaska became a viable passageway