Archaeologists in Turkey have discovered an iron mask worn by a cavalryman in ancient Rome’s army circa 1,800 years ago
In 685, the Picts clashed with Angles in a fight that some historians believe forged the roots of present-day Scotland
Himmler hunted for a missing royal skeleton, held ghostly candlelit ceremonies in a crypt and transformed a medieval church into a temple of Nazi terror
The nearly four-foot blade, “which has been preserved in perfect condition, is a beautiful and rare find and evidently belonged to a Crusader knight"
Columbus's role in the murder of Indigenous tribes has called into question whether the famous explorer deserves a day to be celebrated.
Peter Hoskins' latest history of the Hundred Years’ War examines the lives of rival generals Black Prince Edward and Jean II
Ptolemy — the governor of Egypt — hatched an audacious plan of stealing the gold-plated sarcophagus right out from under his archrival
Readers sound off about the Lee-Enfield rifle, Robert Rogers' Rangers, the Battles of Cedar Creek and Schmidt, U-853, Charles 'The Hammer' Martel and Curtis LeMay in our November '21 issue
That time the city of Strasbourg nearly danced itself to death
Victory at this treacherous castle cost the Ottoman Turks their Vienna campaign