Archaeologists discover oldest boar game tokens
In a tomb near Siirt in southeast Turkey, archaeologists believe they may have just found the oldest gaming tokens ever, dating them back to a whopping 5,000 years young.
Prophet Abraham's lost city found in Turkey's Kilis
Archaeologists trumpet the discovery of a lost city in Kilis that contains evidence that Prophet Abraham was once one of its residents. The province's Oylum tumulus has also yielded coins from Alexander the Great.
Drones used for Archaeology
Drones are most often associated with assassinations in remote regions of Pakistan and Yemen, but in Peru unmanned aircraft are being used to monitor crops and study ancient ruins. Forget Reapers and Predators - the drones used here are hand-held contraptions that look like they were assembled in a garage with gear from a hardware store.
Richard III: King's reburial row goes to judicial hearing
Distant relatives of Richard III have been granted permission for a judicial review of the decision to rebury the King's remains in Leicester. The Plantagenet Alliance launched a legal challenge to the decision made by the Ministry of Justice in May.