The mission also found some burials that contained skeletons and mummies, which were bound with gold on the bone directly.
The gold leaf ceramic piece was discovered by archaeologists at the University of Salamanca.
The name of this queen was revealed for the first time in history.
The gold coins belonged to the Fernley-Maister family, a wealthy family from Hull, England.
The statues were found in the town of San Casciano dei Bagni in Siena, in the ruins of an ancient Roman bath.
These bones date back to the Middle Stone Age, making it the oldest human remains found so far in northern Germany.
The training dealt with scientific and practical excavations, archaeological surveys, and drawing archaeological finds and inscriptions in the Akhmim area in Sohag Governorate.
The Klazomenai workshop is one of the oldest ancient Greek workshops in the Aegean region.
The discovery has been described as a "dream discovery" of great significance.
A mind-boggling and astonishing fossilized heart of 380 million years has been unearthed in Western Australia.
The Egyptian archaeological mission, headed by Ola el-Egeizy, succeeded in discovering a pink granite sarcophagus for Ptah-M-Wia.
Egyptian archaeologists have uncovered blocks of white cheese over 2,600 years old, dating back to 664-525 BC, in Saqqara.
Egyptian archaeological mission uncovered a cache containing number of coins from different historical periods of Islamic era in Esna
The find is one of the largest hoards of 18th-century English gold coins unearthed in Britain.
The burial is easily dated from the distinctive ceramics of the Late Pottery period.
Archaeologists in the Czech Republic have recently made an unusual and exciting discovery.
Archaeologists in Britain reburied the ruins of a sprawling ancient Roman villa discovered in the United Kingdom.
Egypt to organize a grand celebration to the centennial of Tutankhamun’s tomb discovery on November 4.
A team of paleaonthropologists discovered this ancient upper jawbone in Spain.
So far, metal detectorists have discovered 11 coins in a remote area of cultivated fields in Norfolk.