A small remote-controlled helicopter buzzed over ancient hilltop ruins here, snapping hundreds of photographs. Below, stone walls built more than a thousand years ago by the Moche civilization gave way to a grid of adobe walls put up only recently by what
Archaeologists working at the ancient port of Berenike on the Red Sea coast of Egypt have started to uncover an ancient Roman era ship's hull and an extensive burial ground for animals. They have also started to pinpoint some of the major buildings of the
The north Connemara coastline could be one of this island's richest "time capsules" of life before sea levels rose, according to State archaeologists who have removed a 3,700-year-old structure from the shore in Co Galway.