Could the marks of the bones be evidence of cannibalism?
In the summer of 1609, a fleet of English ships sails across the Atlantic for Jamestown.
Take a look at the research Bram Stoker undertook as he shaped his character.
Professor John Blair discusses The Life and Miracles of Saint Modwenna
In 2004, a group of villagers has performed a vampire-slaying ritual in Romania.
Homer's poems say that Troy stood by the Aegean sea.
The Trojans were traders and they were particularly famous for one commodity: horses.
On July 2, 1964, President Johnson signed into law the historic Civil Rights Act.
Theresa recalls her persistence to claim her right to vote during the Jim Crow era.
The scientists create a complete profile of Richard’s diet over the course of his life.
The team studying Richard the Third now has someone who can serve as his body double.
Could the Isleworth Mona Lisa be a forgery or an unfinished da Vinci masterpiece?