- Parkland to show secrets of lost Tequesta Updated: Nov-08-15 1:42 am
PARKLAND, Florida - In 1959, Bruce Blount was digging a canal along the Everglades' edge on land he'd inherited from his father when his equipment - legend isn't clear whether it was a bulldozer or dredging machine - sounded a loud "whack."
- Maryland site likely a hub of Native American settlement Updated: Nov-07-15 9:01 am
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Is this a case of prehistoric sprawl?
- Centuries-old coffins, skeletons found under New York street Updated: Nov-05-15 9:24 pm
NEW YORK - Two centuries-old burial vaults discovered beneath a street in the heart of New York University's campus by workers replacing a water main were likely part of a Presbyterian church cemetery, an archaeologist said Thursday.
- Egypt's grand plans to boost tourism marred after crash Updated: Nov-05-15 5:37 pm
LUXOR, Egypt - Egypt had launched festivities, archaeological openings and a new tourism campaign to draw much-needed foreign visitors. But with many flights to Red Sea resorts grounded Thursday amid suspicion that a bomb brought down a Russian airliner, hopes for a recovery were fading.
- In wake of crash, Egypt opens tombs to spur tourist interest Updated: Nov-05-15 10:51 am
LUXOR, Egypt - Egypt opened three tombs in the ancient city of Luxor to the public for the first time on Thursday, hoping to spur interest in tourism despite the shadow of last weekend's airline crash in the Sinai Peninsula.
- Historic floods could have uncovered artifacts in SC Updated: Nov-05-15 4:02 am
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - The University of South Carolina is urging anyone who finds old animal fossils or artifacts after last month's flooding to contact the school so the sites can be investigated.
- Archaeologists digging for history along Des Plaines River Updated: Nov-02-15 1:04 pm
DES PLAINES, Illinois - A 10-person crew of archaeologists and interns are digging for historic artifacts along the Des Plaines River in suburban Chicago.