Aerial video captured by a drone combined with archaeological excavations and other data create a realistic three-dimensional experience for researchers.
The set of iron hand tools may have been used to make Viking ships and houses.
The damaged wrecks include three Dutch and two British warships sunk by Japanese forces.
A scientist in Finland is searching for the source of the faint and mysterious sounds sometimes heard during displays of the northern lights.
It's common to find rocket debris off Florida's coast, but 16th-century shipwreck finds are unusual.
One of the largest Dane axes ever found is recovered by archaeologists from a 10th-century Viking tomb near Silkeborg in central Denmark.
Carefully buried remains of five dogs were found in a 2,000-year-old graveyard near the Arctic Circle.
A curious prehistoric site on a hilltop in Ohio may reflect the spiritual cosmology of hunter-gatherer people.