University of Oxford researchers are using machine learning to help make ancient text restoration less tedious.
The Persian princess was captured in battle by Alexander the Great, but she didn't let that stop her from founding a city and coining her own money.
The Amazons aren't just the stuff of Greek myth and "Wonder Woman" movies. New evidence suggests that they had living counterparts in nomadic Scythian warrior tribes.
The Toronto rock band's lead singer and guitarist wander a Californian desert in bloody bridal gowns looking for freedom.
In ‘Canticle,’ Belgian artist Peter Depelchin reimagines ancient sculptures with contemporary dancers, collage, and ink.
Tourists visiting the Cittadella get a 360-degree, projection-mapped history lesson.
There was dueling, wrestling, traditional war dances, and when it ended, they all dined in hell together.
Politically charged sculpture 'The Dying Gaul' bridges Ancient Greece to today's riots in Belfast.
Hairdresser Janet Stephens’ YouTube channel is full of how-tos and history lessons.
In a new paper in Popular Archaeology, one anthropologist claims the Greeks "imagined scenarios in which reanimated corpses rose from their graves, prowled the streets, and stalked unsuspecting victims."
A new paper from Dr. Powel Kazanjian theorizes that the famous Plague of Athens was caused by the same virus that has decimated West Africa in recent years.