The Neolithic times had the haves and the have-nots too.
Some 4,500 years ago, the ticket to a megalithic party was a pig from your local farm.
The people of Göbekli Tepe loved carving headless humans into stone. Turns out they also loved carving human heads using stone.
New research suggests that millet could be as influential to the future of farming as it was to its history.
The remains of a huge prehistoric arena 12 times as big as Stonehenge in the UK has been discovered underground just two miles away. It could transform what is known about Britain's religious history.
Ancient people in Germany and Denmark liked flavoring their starch and meat-heavy meals with garlic mustard seeds.