Ancient footprints in Tanzania once thought to be from bears walking upright were now re-analyzed and found to be from humans, which is the earliest evidence that multiple hominin species lived in that area.
Analysis of the Neanderthal milk tooth that belonged to a seven-month-old baby who lived 120,000 years ago reveals that their baby teeth emerged sooner to allow them to eat solid foods earlier than human infants.
Archaeologists recently unearthed an iron face mask of a Roman Empire's soldier in the ancient city of Hadrianopolis, near the modern-day Karabük Province in Turkey, indicating their presence in the region.
Scientists found the first evidence of mercury poisoning in some bones in Spain dating back 5,000 years. They believe it came from exposure to cinnabar, a mercury sulfide mineral used to create artwork or consumes as a "magical drug."
The British Museum was able to collect 131 gold Anglo-Saxon coins from West Norfol, England. The reason behind why the treasure was buried during 6th century and before the unification of England is still a mystery.
Scientists reveal that the 8th century Tomb of Nestor's Cup contains cremains of not only one person but three as shown by a series of analyses. This is the first evidence to show that multiple humans were buried in the tomb.