The Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb
A century ago, a lost tomb was uncovered on the west bank of the Nile River. The scarcely studied Pharaoh Tutankhamun immediately became an icon.
Giving Overdue Credit to Early Archaeologists’ Wives
These women labored alongside their famous husbands to produce world-renowned research.
The Rise and Fall of Pay Toilets
Vespasian's most useful contribution to history may well have been creation of pay toilets.