The bottles, found under a former night club in the Soho district, reveal the internationally influenced tastes of Londoners during the mid- to late-1800s.
The human burials and remains were discovered in a site where stones were cut to build the pyramids, and they date to the reign of the 18th Dynasty.
Close examination of an ancient toy chariot has revealed a clue to what helped lead ancient Roman charioteers to victory.
Aerial video captured by a drone combined with archaeological excavations and other data create a realistic three-dimensional experience for researchers.
It's just a matter of time before we're truly in a world of special effects, and distrustful of everything we see and hear.
A Neolithic rock with a precisely-carved hole was found in Sicily.
The two figures were found etched close together on a cistern wall, but they were likely created hundreds of years apart.
Archaeology now has much better tools than lucky amateurs with shovels.
This year will remember NASA's historic Apollo program, beginning with the terrible tragedy of Apollo 1.
These 7,000-year-old mummies just had an unusual check-up.