Everything happens for a reason. My acquaintance with Cypriot artist, lover of antiquity and researcher Goris Gregoriades opened before me a whole new world.
As archaeologists dig deeper into the earth to uncover new truths about the past, their findings have the potential to upend our understanding of religion and the role of God in its unfolding.
Who among us doesn't long for adventure, fortune and glory? Alongside your new BFF Indiana Jones, at this exhibit you'll experience the real stories behind relics like the Holy Grail and decipher ancient scripts.
Clues and speculations abound regarding alleged items of evidence discovered for the Exodus, and nearly all have their champions and detractors.
Egyptians value and utilize their cultural history as an economic asset and not merely an intangible cultural one.
Contradicting the claims of Egyptian antiquities chief Zahi Hawass, a member of a French archaeological expedition reports that the ancient burial ground of Saqqara has been vandalized by would-be robbers.
The clifftop city of Tulum stands like a silent sentry over the aquamarine waters of the Caribbean.
Today, we sit down with architectural historian and archaeologist Jes Alexander, who spearheaded the research team that discovered what could be a piece of real-life Atlantis.
One wonders what effect the discovery of an ark might have on rationalists who have thrown the Bible out with the floodwater.
The Shroud of Turin is only the most famous product of a thriving trade in alleged Biblical relics in the Holy Land, which today is a million-dollar business "verified" through the scientific lens of archaeology.
The truth is that even if we found a house in Nazareth with the names Mary and Joseph on the mailbox and a birth announcement of a baby Jesus carved into a wall, we'd still never find proof that God sent forth a messiah into the world.
A bombing in Jerusalem. A troubled foreign country tried in absentia in U.S. courts. Priceless archeological artifacts threatened. It sounds like it c...
Many in Israel today see archeology as a tool for strengthening the connection between the Jewish people and the ancient past of the land of Israel.
eSarcasm managed to score an exclusive interview with Ardi. Here she talks about what it's like to be the world's first hip hop diva, and reveals the real reasons why men walk upright.
Archeologists have found a smaller version of Stonehenge about a mile from the larger circle of rocks in Wiltshire, England, the BBC is reporting.
A brutal plundering of this rich cultural heritage has been taking place in broad daylight ever since the 2003 invasion of Iraq.