Mercury pollution at ancient Maya sites; artificial islands in British Isles; Egyptian sarcophagus belonged to statesman; Baltic warship wreck


Crimson color paint in Maya cities exposed them to toxic mercury

Ancient plant DNA shows how people in ancient British Isles built and used artificial islands

New sarcophagus from Saqqara held high-ranking statesman who served Ramses II

Baltic warship wreck reveals impressive artillery and structural design