Sushrut, son of Rishi Vishwamitra, was the world’s first surgeon

In later years, he lived in the Coastal Area Presently State in Andhra Pradesh. He Resided for quite a while in the Himalayas. He was the Author of Sushrut Samhita that contains...

Prehistoric Native American sites excavated in New Jersey

Along with the hearthstones, animal bones, and remains of plants likely used for food, medicine, and fuel discovered during the excavations, the materials may shed light on the lives of indigenous people...

Graves of elite Moche people dating back to 600 AD unearthed by archaeologists

Archaeologists also found weapons and other fascinating artifacts in the three ceremonial chambers at the Ucupe site, near the northern coast of Peru. Members of the Museum of the Royal...

The Ethiopian Gold Mine that may have supplied the Queen of Sheba with her...

Some geologists have argued that this zone is still rich with the precious metal. But whether this is the region where the Queen of Sheba sourced her gold remains speculation. In a...

Archaeologists describe gruesome ritual behind massive Aztec Skull Tower

New details of rituals paint a picture that's even more macabre than initially thought when this ancient human sacrifice site was first uncovered.