Ꮞ Ꮙ Ꮿ Was Here
The earliest writing in the system developed by the Cherokee known as Sequoyah has been found in a Kentucky cave.
A recently excavated tomb fresco may be the first painting to show in great detail how Chinese medicine was practiced 1,000 years ago.
Rome in a Day
Artist Liz Glynn challenged the notion "Rome wasn't built in a day" at the New Museum in New York, presenting a live performance piece.
Traders of the Maya
The Real World: Archaeology
Recent discoveries around the globe
Off the Grid
Nancy McMahon says you should plan a visit to the site of Pi'ilanihale Heiau on Maui's eastern coast.
The Labit Museum in Toulouse, France, has had an Egyptian mummy of a 35-year-old woman since 1848, when she arrived with a label dating her to the seventh or eighth century B.C. But scientists now think she could be 1,000 years older. Dating of tissue samples from her neck should clear up her "age issue."