Archaeologists have made a number of intriguing discoveries in the sewers beneath the ancient gladiatorial arena.
His tomb's discovery was one of the most significant in all of Egyptology, but what do we actually know about King Tut ?
Archaeologists have unearthed one of the most important discoveries of recent years - a huge tunnel beneath a temple in Egypt.
This is the face of a man who, two centuries ago, was buried with his leg bones crossed to stop him rising from the dead.
History professor David Routt takes a look at the real historical events which inspired the latest Game of Thrones prequel.
The tomb of St Nicholas - the real-life inspiration behind Santa Claus - lived and died around 1,700 years ago.
The find seems to prove the existence of a long-rumored ancient indigenous tribe that lived thousands of years ago.
Palaeontologists have unearthed what is thought to be the leg bones of the largest species of bird to ever live.
Egypt's Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced the discovery of some of the oldest cheese ever found.
Nicholas Reeves still believes that the entrance to Nefertiti's tomb lies somewhere within King Tut's burial chamber.
Archaeologists believe that the mysterious structure was built around 7,000 years ago.
The famed Egyptologist maintains that he has solved the millennia-old mystery of Nefertiti's whereabouts.
Egyptian archaeologists have announced the discovery of a significant amount of treasure in the city of Esna.
Christopher Columbus reached the Americas in 1492, but he certainly wasn't the first to do so.
One of the historic scrolls has unexpectedly turned up some six decades after it was thought to have been lost.
Recent research has cast new light on how the ancient Egyptians might have constructed the pyramids of Giza.
A legendary lost land once thought to exist in Cardigan Bay has shown up on an old 13-Century map of the British Isles.
Archaeologists have announced the discovery of more than 500 standing stones in Huelva, Spain.
A previously unpublished letter seems to support the idea that the tomb's discoverer made off with some of its contents.
Researchers believe that the ashes of cremated Maya rulers were used to create rubber balls used in ballgames.