Unique Roman game board found in 4th c. tomb in SlovakiaThe accidental discovery of a 4th century burial in Poprad, Slovakia, in 2006 made national
New Evidence Suggests Stonehenge Was a Neolithic CemeteryScientists now believe that the mysterious Stonehenge functioned as a Neolithic cemetery. But, the haunting fact that stands
Four new sets of cave paintings have been found in Spain through the use of 3-D laser scanning technology. The paintings, like much prehistoric artwork, had
Russian-German peace talks begin at Brest-Litovsk A week after the armistice was signed between Russia and Germany and nearly three weeks after a ceasefire was declared
Discover the events, debate the myths, and learn from the truth surrounding the widely believed concept that Buford's cavalry held Lee's front in check.