The wall, likely used as a tool for hunting reindeer, is the oldest identified by researchers in the region so far.
New research suggests a sudden "revolution" in human history that allowed our species to thrive and spread was a longer and more complex process.
“We know almost nothing” about ancient peoples whose lands were submerged by rising seas, scientists say, and we must investigate before it's impossible.
Researchers analyzed more than 100 pieces of prehistoric jewelry and found that the ancient past was more complex than we imagined.
Amateur archaeologists unearthed the latest example of a mysterious Roman "dodecahedron," objects which have baffled historians for centuries.
Researchers report the discovery of 15 sites in the Amazon containing 6,000 structures, ancient roads, ceremonial complexes and more.
The discovery of a gilded belt buckle depicting a snake eating a frog was thought to be unique. However, similar evidence is popping up across Europe.
The Mongolian Arc, an under-studied section of the Great Wall in modern-day Mongolia, wasn't a defensive structure. Its true nature remains enigmatic.
Scientists analyzing ancient Mesopotamian bricks have discovered traces of the Levantine Iron Age geomagnetic anomaly that shed light on its strength.
Researchers report dating of the world's oldest known fort in Siberia to 8,000 years ago, shifting conceptions of what foraging societies were like.
The prehistoric peoples of Central Europe didn't disappear after their social order collapsed in 1600 BC. They spread, and thrived.
The pyramid of Gunung Padang in Indonesia began construction in the deep past, a new study claims, and was built by an unknown ancient people.