Until the self-portrait could be uncovered, visitors to the National Galleries’ exhibitions could see its X-ray image.
School Board Pays Dearly for Decision to Cover Historic Mural, New Members' Move Will Make Them Furious
Well, after making a horrible decision to cancel George Washington from history, this school finally made the right move.
Remains of the pots date to around the time that eastern and western forces were battling over control of the Holy Land in the Crusades.
Literally Priceless: Woman Buys 'Cool' Statue Head at Thrift Store, Then Sunlight Reveals Its Ancient Treasure
Did you ever dream of striking it rich with a garage sale or thrift store buy? Well, get ready for a doozy of a story about just that.
“I’ve found a lot of interesting things at Goodwill in the past.”
Archaeologists Find Cave with Special Passages, Then Realize 60-70k Christians May Have Hidden in Biggest Underground City on Earth
'When all of it is revealed, this will truly be an underground city that will make a worldwide impact,' the lead archaeologist said.
With Passover approaching, Palestinians vandalized a Jewish holy site amid a new spike in tensions between Israelis and Palestinians.
The prehistoric squid was first donated in 1988 but was just identified as a separate species of cephalopod.
A ship that has been underwater since 1915, when an expedition had to abandon it, has been found near Antarctica.
For nearly 30 years this village has been hidden, a silent casualty of the technological advancements of humanity.
Tiny bacteria are slowly eating away at the remains of the Titanic, leading experts to predict it may soon be unrecognizable as a ship.
Axis Pilot Became Only Man to Bomb Contiguous US, Years Later the Town He Targeted Finally Found Him
Japanese naval pilot Nobuo Fujita was armed with two thermite firebombs when his seaplane was launched from the submarine's deck.
Filmmaker Bayens said it wasn't the answer they wanted but that he hopes the discovery reminds people just how atrocious Nazi rule was.
America is the last, best hope for the West. Politicians are not the answer. The answer is the truth of the Bible.
'I Return Lost Love Letters and Forgotten Family Heirlooms': Woman's Amazing Initiative Has Big Results
One item that Chelsey Brown found, a photo album, even led to her tracking down distant relatives of her own.
Part of the issue stems from the fact that owners say the ark is a 'non-certified floating object,' exempting it from international rules.
This is only the fourth find that suggests this particular kind of crucifixion, and it's the first known case in northern Europe.
When he finally saw the piece in person, he was shocked and certain that the piece was either an extremely skilled forgery or the real deal.
One piece of paper from a Kentucky town devastated by a tornado that landed 130 miles away will allow one family's memories to live on.
The house itself is nothing to sneeze at, with a listing price of over $1.5 million, but there's a lot more going on under the surface.