Traces of unknown ancestor emerged when researchers analysed genomes from west African populations Scientists have found evidence for a mysterious “ghost population” of ancient humans that lived in Africa
Scientists have long thought that the 340 victims of Mount Vesuvius died instantly. But a new analysis suggests they suffered a slower demise. When Mount Vesuvius, on the west coast of Italy, first began
Some historians argued that they were probably a propaganda tool created to keep Athenian women in line. Another theory suggested that they may have been beardless men mistaken for women by the Greeks.