Archaeology

Traces of Ancient Tsunami Studied in Southwest Pacific

Sediments and Skull Analyzed May be Linked to Deadly Ancient Tsunami

History lovers open WWII-themed restaurant in Alabama AITAPE, PAPUA NEW GUINEA—Geologist James Goff of the University of New South Wales and anthropologist John Terrell of the

Archaeological Sites Threatened by U.S. Sea Level Rise

Archaeological Sites Threatened by U.S. Sea Level Rise

Archaeological Sites Threatened by U.S. Sea Level Rise KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE—David Anderson of the University of Tennessee and a team of researchers analyzed data from the Digital

Military History

History lovers open WWII-themed restaurant in Alabama

History lovers open WWII-themed restaurant in Alabama

History lovers open WWII-themed restaurant in Alabama An Alabama couple have used their love of history to make some money by opening a World War II-themed

Jan III Sobieski attacks the Turkish army at Vienna from the Kahlenberg

Jan III Sobieski attacks the Turkish army at Vienna from the Kahlenberg

Watch a snippet of the "The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683" when over 300,000 loyal Ottoman Empire warriors started the siege of Vienna

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