An Ancient Form of Embroidery Turns Into New Income For Indian Women loading...
An Ancient Form of Embroidery Turns Into New Income For Indian Women
Chanda Schroff saw how hand-embroidered silk and cotton, a source of local pride in remote India, could generate income for scores of women.
Newfound Footprints Stir Debate Over Our Ancestors’ Sex Lives loading...
Newfound Footprints Stir Debate Over Our Ancestors’ Sex Lives
Australopithecus afarensis could have had a gorilla-like social structure, according to a provocative study of 3.6-million-year-old prints.
Top Ancient Sites for Stargazing loading...
Top Ancient Sites for Stargazing
From petroglyphs to castles carved into hilltops, explore our night sky through our ancestors at these amazing archaeological sites.
Treasure Trove of Ancient Human Footprints Found Near Volcano loading...
Treasure Trove of Ancient Human Footprints Found Near Volcano
Hundreds of crisscrossing tracks offer a glimpse of life in Africa around 19,000 years ago.
Black Slime Is Coating World Monuments - And That May Be Good loading...
Black Slime Is Coating World Monuments - And That May Be Good
Biofilms are affecting edifices like Angkor Wat and the Jefferson Memorial, and debate is raging over whether they are helpful or harmful.
Was This Masterpiece Painted With Ground Mummy? loading...
Was This Masterpiece Painted With Ground Mummy?
For centuries, European artists adorned their canvases with pigment made from the pulverized remains of ancient Egyptians.
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In this modern day Indiana Jones-style expeditions, travel the globe to unveil the mystery of the Holy Grail, the Secrets of the Dark Arts, the Philosophers Lost Stone, the Lost Ark and more to unlock the Ancient X Files.

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