By Justin Scuiletti
The remains, which included those of newborn babies, princes and princesses, are believed to date back to the 18th Pharaonic dynasty. Wooden coffins and death masks, dating from 1567 to 1085 BC, were found beside the mummies, Ibrahim said to…
According to historians, the people who settled Jamestown, America's first permanent English community, arrived during the worst drought in 800 years. Accounts from the time tell of residents forced to eat dogs, cats, rodents and shoe leather. But a recent…
By Molly Finnegan
Museum mount maker Richard West stands next to St. Oran's Cross -- the world's first Celtic cross dating to the 8th century -- in his workshop in Selkirk, Scotland.
Documentary filmmaker Brent Huffman on Mes Aynak…
In today's arts and culture headlines, a fire at the Phillips Collection and California passes a new law on stolen art.
In today's arts and culture headlines, the White House announces the launch of a new dance performance series.
A roundup of arts headlines.
Until recently, most scientists believed that the first humans came to the Americas 13,000 years ago. But new archaeological findings from a cave in Oregon are challenging that assumption. Lee Hochberg of Oregon Public Television reports on the controversial discovery.
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