Archaeologists have discovered a 2,000-year-old tomb in Turkey that was sealed off to protect the living from the dead.
Archaeologists have shed possible new light on the nature of some enigmatic burials found in the ruins of a Roman villa.
Archaeologists have made a number of intriguing discoveries in the sewers beneath the ancient gladiatorial arena.
This unusual looking specimen was recently fished up in the Norwegian Sea by fisherman Roman Fedortsov.
The skeletons, which were found among several hundred other bodies, had their heads placed between their legs.
A ludicrous new conspiracy theory doing the rounds online is claiming that the Romans never existed.
Archaeologists have discovered a well-preserved 2,000-year-old chariot in the ruins of a wealthy Roman villa.
The world-famous Roman amphitheater could be about to become the ultimate restoration project.
The mystery of the '2001' monoliths has deepened after another one has appeared half way across the world.
Surveyors working on a vineyard in northern Italy have discovered a remarkably well-preserved Roman mosaic.
Engineers in Romania have invented a genuine disc-shaped flying machine that can move in any direction.
Modern forensic techniques have been applied to an ancient fractured skull found in a cave in Romania.
For the first time, the Roman Catholic Church is offering exorcism training to all major Christian denominations.
Scientists in Romania have built the world's most powerful laser with an output of over 10 petawatts.
A new study has found that the Romans may have used 'metamaterials' to dampen the effects of earthquakes.
Archaeologists in Italy have unearthed a broken soapstone amphora containing hundreds of gold coins.
A new 3D reconstruction of the Roman emperor has revealed that he had a rather unusually shaped head.
A Romanian court has formally rejected Constantin Reliu's claim that he is actually very much alive.
The well-preserved gloves were discovered during the excavation of a Roman fort on Hadrian's Wall.
Scientists have determined what made the notorious Roman cave so deadly to those who ventured inside.