Described as a “unique” find the grave has also helped re-work theories on just where ancient tribes lived.
During the expedition to the 2,500-year-old city in Uzbekistan, the computer science experts helped save the famous Sher Dor medres Muslim theological school using the state-of-the-art 3D scanners.
The port of Berenike where the fortress was discovered was one of a chain dotted along the Red Sea to help supply war elephants to the Ptolemies, whose last leader was Cleopatra.
The 3-metre-tall statue was reconstructed and moved to Damascus after being cut to pieces by ISIS terrorists. With a missing part being recently found and reattached, it is now complete.
A town covering seven hectares and dating back to 5,100 BC unearthed in the North West.
Archaeologists from Kraków's Jagiellonian University have discovered a settlement dating back to the Neolithic period in northern Jordan.
The oldest human remains in Poland are over 100,000 years old. They are bones from a hand belonging to a young Neanderthal child, which were digested by a large bird. The remains were found in Jaskinia Ciemna (cave), in southern Poland.
The pioneering work is the first time shards from cooking pots have been used to obtain data and it opens the door to new research using ceramic to reconstruct the climate in ancient societies.
Archaeologists have discovered traces of an early Middle Ages cemetery during excavation work close to Old Town in Lublin, eastern Poland.
The settlement’s founders belonged to a group which inhabited current-day southern Scandinavia, Germany and Poland from 4,300 to 2,800 BC.