From Greece to South America, All That Is Interesting shares fascinating facts and interesting articles about ancient history!
This Week In History, June 18 – 24
A new Smithsonian documentary brings the truth about the U.S.' favorite indigenous American princess to light.
Ancient “City Of Giants” Uncovered In Ethiopia Reveals Origins Of Islam In The Region
The site in the Harlaa region of Ethiopia suggests a long history of trade and communication in North Africa and the Middle East.
Mummy Head Of Ancient Egyptian Dignitary Reconstructed In Remarkable Detail
Thanks to evolving forensic science, researchers now know what this legendary mummy's face looks like.
This Week In History, June 11 – 17
Faceless fish caught, 8th wonder rediscovered, Civil War bodies found, Jefferson Davis Day celebrated, Aztec temple unearthed.
Aztec Temple Containing Severed Necks Of 32 Children Unearthed In Mexico
The site was in use from 1481 to 1519, researchers say.
The Five Most Important Battles Of Ancient Greece
From the 300 Spartans to the original Marathon, we have good reason to remember these battles more than 2,000 years later.
Prehistoric Baby Bird Found Incredibly Well-Preserved In Amber
A baby bird from the Cretaceous period has been preserved for tens of millions of years.
This Week In History, June 4 – June 10
Mummy DNA uncovered, dinosaur-era bird found, ancient Roman cat pawprint discovered, oldest homo sapiens fossil unearthed, Van Gogh paintings made into film.
Six Of The Craziest And Most Terrifying Gods Ever Described
Tales of sex, violence, betrayal, incest, and more violence.
Oldest-Known Homo Sapiens Fossils Found in Morocco
The "cradle of mankind" is bigger than researchers thought.