The ancient Roman Empire extended all the way to the United Kingdom, so it's not unusual for archeologists to dig up treasures in England. However, a recent find in London is even more impressive than usual. The largest Roman mosaic found in the capital in 50 years has been unearthed near the Shard in central London. Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) came across the elaborate mosaics during a construction project in Southwark.
For millennia, crafters have continuously found ways to turn everyday objects into works of art.
Hidden beneath the streets of Tbilisi, Georgia is a whole other world—or rather, a time capsule of the Soviet era.
Calling in sick to work is apparently an ancient tradition. Whether its the sniffles or a scorpion bite, somedays you just can't make it. As it turns out, Ancient Egyptian employers kept track of employee days off in registers written on tablets. A tablet held by The British Museum and dating to 1250 BCE is an incredible window into ancient work-life balance.
There are few toys—and few fictional characters—as iconic as Barbie.
The Black Sea is the body of water that lies at the intersection of Europe and Asia.
Happy Chinese New Year! Every February, this enchanting holiday is honored by millions of people across the globe, making it one of the world's most widespread celebrations. While there's a chance you're familiar with the festival, you may not know the significance and symbolism behind some of its most important customs. If that's the case, you're in luck!
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Did you know that there is a type of glass that glows? It may sound like something out of science fiction, but it's real and has been around for centuries. Known as uranium glassware, this special substance emits an eerie green shine when placed under a black light.
The development of photography in the 19th century changed the art of portraiture.
Anyone who has spent a lot of time outdoors in the snow knows how important it is to protect your...