Mono Lake, California is a mysterious alien world dominated by strange limestone formations, volcanic eruptions, and harsh alkali water.
Lake Avernus was once steeped in Greek mythology that transformed the lake into a place of gods and oracles connected with Hades.
New research and satellite imagery may have found the location of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon in the ancient Assyrian city of Ninevah.
Science is now beginning to tell us who and why hundreds of Roopkund Lake skeletons lay scattered in the Himalayas.
The Samnites built up Pietrabbondante with temples, a theater, and cult structures. After the Romans conquered them, they abandoned the sanctuary for good.
Cahokia Mounds are the remains of the largest North American city which included 120 earthen mounds built by Mississippians between 800-1200 CE in Illinois.
Discoveries in Gricignano d’Aversa, Italy, reveal ancient villages, burials, abandonment, and rich cultural diversity of the Campania region.
The Terracotta Soldiers are a beautiful example of realism in sculpture and were never made before in ancient China. So how were they made?
Discovered in the Fayum Basin, the Oxyrhynchus Papyri, are the most significant deposit of ancient writings ever found.
In 1974, archaeologists discovered over 8,000 terracotta army figurines buried in Shaanxi, China. Each warrior contains amazing details.