Earth was not a fun place to be the day the asteroid killed the dinosaurs.
Humans lived in these caves at least four times longer than the Pyramids have existed, but the place was forgotten long ago and only recently rediscovered.
This partially mummified man goes by a number of nicknames--for we have no idea what his real name was--but the most common is "Ötzi." He's [...]
In this, the first post in my "42 Historical People" series, I'm showcasing one of the earliest people ever to walk the Earth. She may [...]
These concrete models of dinosaurs, life-size, are truly fascinating artifacts not just of ancient zoological history, but also the Victorian Era. They currently occupy a [...]
This may look like an ordinary if fairly primitive shoe. If you came across it lying in the street you might not think much of [...]
This strange-looking figure, carved out of limestone, was discovered in the remains of a stone age village near the town of Willendorf, Austria in 1908. [...]
What you see above may look like a rock (it's the same thing seen from three different angles), but it's actually high-tech. This piece of [...]