The Rennes Gallo-Roman religious center was built after the Roman conquest of the Gauls in France in the first century BC.
Queen Elizabeth I is one of the most famous queens in British history. She is the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.
The ancient Lydians invented coins as a means of authenticating payment.
Archaeologists and historians have discovered new insights about the underground railroad and the people who risked their lives to escape slavery in 19th century America.
The lavish ceremony takes place today, the 25th of November at 19:30 PM.
Google Arts and Culture launches online project titled Preserving Egypt’s Layered History.
A recently published study explains for the first time the function of these enigmatic stone balls made by humans millions of years ago.
No one would ever look at the huge and ferocious Tyrannosaurus rex as an underdog.
The Ministry of Antiquities announced that Egypt's Graeco-Roman Museum will be fully renovated and scheduled to reopen at the end of 2019.
The Egyptian archaeological mission investigated the discovery of two limestone blocks north of Ramses II's statue at the RA temple in Matariya.
Food plays a vital role in every country’s culture, so every country has its own unique dishes which make its cuisine special. The Italian cuisine is famous for pasta, England is known for fish and potatoes and Egypt is famed for Koshari, Molokhia and Aro
The short movie presented by the beautiful Egyptian actress Reem Moustafa takes us in a journey to search for the Egyptian roots and the origin of our different civilizations.
Egypt’s bustling capital, Cairo, had always been the center of attention of most academics and historians around the world, analyzing and understanding the historical center of the most significant country in the MENA region.
Egypt has twenty-seven governorates. We live and travel within these governorates, but we rarely think about how these governorates got their names. We will explore the meaning of some Egyptian governorates’ names and who named them.
The mummy was indeed drenched with some kind of plant oil with some kind of gum/sugar that had been mixed with it and used to fecundate the funerary textiles in which the body was encased.
A recent study published in History Extra by Caroline Rance discusses a number of interesting historical facts about medicine.
Westminster Abbey is opening up an area to the public to show off 300 items including Prince William’s marriage license to chronicle its 1,000-year history.
The Museum of Islamic Art, MIA, holds one of the world’s admirable collections of Islamic art and is Egypt’s most attractive museum.
All of Al-Ula is an open air museum, which has so much history still waiting to be discovered.
Expected to fetch between $3.7 and 5.3 million, the 6.1 carat, dark grey-blue stone from the Golconda diamond mines of India was first given to Elisabeth Farnese.