A publication of the Archaeological Institute of America
An Apology for JudasIf the recent unveiling of the Gospel of Judas had lived up to the splashy superlatives of National Geographic's publicity machine, it would have shaken the Earth.
Columbus's Last VoyageDer Spiegel journalists and recreational divers Klaus Brinkbäumer and Clemens Höges seek the the identity of a wreck that could be the Vizcaina in their swiftly paced adventure biography The Voyage of the Vizcaina.
Persian SuperpowerHistorian Tom Holland writes about the fifth century B.C. and the wars between Greece and Persia in his book Persian Fire.
A Widely Traveled CompassChildren's Compass, the British Museum's online venue for collections, activities, and games designed for children ages 5 to 13 has many cleverly designed tours.
The Rise of ChinaIn The Formation of Chinese Civilization: An Archaeological Perspective, nine experts trace the development of Chinese culture back nearly two million years.
Glamour in the Bog"The Mysterious Bog People," proves that an almost complete lack of facts need not get in the way of a good story.