New online courses in archaeology and anthropology have been announced by Akkadium College. Beginners are welcome and enrolment is now open!
Archaeologists in Belize have deciphered a puzzling hieroglyphic inscription on one of the largest Mayan carved jade artefacts ever found.
The Bugis people of South Sulawesi recognise five genders, and each is considered essential to the maintenance of balance and harmony in society.
Archaeology, history and ethnography tell the story of the Tlokwa, a proud and resourceful Tswana-speaking people who survived tumultuous times.
Traces of genetic code from Neandertal and Denisovan human ancestors have been found in present-day Melanesian people.
Feeding vocalisations could be used to control gorilla groups – may offer insights into the evolution of human language.
It’s starting to feel like Christmas here in London! A little over a month since…
The eerie collections of the Hunterian Museum have attracted curiosity and controversy for centuries.
Exhibition at the BM tells a 1,200-year story of religion in Egypt – from the worship of hundreds of ancient gods, to the dominance of monotheistic religions.