Neolithic Temples on Malta and Gozo were built 1000 years before the Pyramids, and are the oldest stone buildings in the world. The construction demonstrates a mastery of quarrying, stone working, and engraving techniques.
National Geographic's Photo Of The Day: Sacred Feathers. In Argentina’s Jujuy Province, the Suris, also known as Samilantes, are a cultural group within the Quechua community. This woman is Belén Cruz. Her feathered costume represents .
In this June 2013 photo provided by National Geographic, diver Susan Bird, working at the bottom of Hoyo Negro, a large dome-shaped underwater cave in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, brushes the Naia skull found at the site.
Engraved Ostrich Egg Globe is Oldest to Depict the New World “The first known globe to include the New World was recently found at a London map fair—an impressive 500 year survival for it being engraved into ostrich eggs.
Archaeologists digging through a vast ancient tomb in Amphipolis in northern Greece have uncovered a floor mosaic that covers the whole area of a room seen as the antechamber to the main burial ground.