The question of when humans first entered the Americas is enormously exciting and contentious for the simple reason that it is so consequential. History begins in the Western Hemisphere with the first human footfall in Alaska.
Archaeologists now believe the site in Janakkala, southern Finland, where a remarkable medieval warrior was discovered last year could be an ancient burial ground or settlement. The National Board of Antiquities says it may begin wider and deeper
A place where people performed rituals more than four thousand years ago has been discovered by archaeologists in Supraśl (Podlaskie). The closest analogies to discovered fragments of ceramic vessels originate from the Iberian Peninsula