More than 700,000 images of the shipwreck, taken from submersibles, have produced a photorealistic 3D digital model.
Da Vinci fiddled with gravity as a type of acceleration and got close to calculating the gravitational constant.
The 445-year-old missives offer new details about Mary’s experience as a prisoner of Queen Elizabeth I.
Careful imaging of an 8th-century book reveals humanoid figures scrawled in the margins.
Two texts made on different continents could help reveal the history of printing.
The physicist’s errors are literally worth more than his correct calculations.
Revealed in 1965, the map was taken as further proof that Vikings reached the Americas before Columbus.
The “Bristol Merlin,” an 800-year-old version of the myth, was found in an UK library two years ago.
The USS Johnston sank on October 25, 1944, during the Battle of Leyte Gulf.
British researchers believe the cannons belonged to the HMS Rose, a royal ship scuttled off Savannah in 1779.
Sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi tweaked a design element proposed by Gustave Eiffel, changing the manner in…
The poem involves a woman who is having a debate with her apparently opinionated vulva about which of the two is…
New tech can literally make invisible text visible again, and in the process change our view of history.
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