Archaeologists have been searching for this mosaic for decades, and historians are calling it the year's biggest discovery.
Plague doctors' costumes consisted of a head-to-toe garment, glasses, and a long snout or bird beak filled with aromatic spices to protect them from the “bad air” believed to carry disease.
Susan Mullikin, one of Antique Trader's 'Ask the Experts,' shares her passion for antique clothing
Hobbyists are working on projects and looking forward to going antiquing and thrifting again.
“The Unicorn Tapestries” were created between 1495-1505 and are among the most mysterious artworks, in both meaning and origin.
Doris Day was one of the most beloved entertainers of all time. Not only did she perform in 39 movies but she also had 30 top-20 singles, including the hits "Secret Love” from "Calamity Jane,” “Que Será, Será" from "The Man Who Knew Too Much" and "Sentimental Journey" recorded with Les Brown.
The Henry Ford plans to create permanent and temporary exhibitions with the Graves' Archive.
The school, which encompasses Wright properties in Wisconsin and Arizona, will shutter in June at the end of the current school semester.
A game Time magazine once called “The biggest phenomenon in game history,” Trivial Pursuit was first conceived in 1979 by a couple of Canadians.
Created in 1410 by clockmaker Mikuláš of Kada and Jan Šindel, a professor of mathematics and astronomy, the clock is a marvel of art and mechanical ingenuity.
Remarkably intact, the home of evangelist Billy Sunday is typical of a Midwest bungalow, ca. 1915. The late preacher's house in Winona Lake, Ind., is a cathedral to Arts & Crafts decorating and early 20th-century lifestyle.
Walton’s Antique and Estate Jewelry has been swathed in glamour and nostalgia for over 45 years.
Known as the Christmas Lady, SherieLee Schnell of Chilton, Wisconsin, has for a quarter century decorated her 4,200-square foot farmhouse, in Christmas decor. No wonder her home is dubbed Marshmallow World.
Set on 36 acres of picturesque rolling countryside, the Norman Rockwell Museum houses the largest collection of original Rockwell art in the world.
Scandinavian design came of age, however, in mid-century after World War II, when millions of veterans began building families and fanning out to suburbia.
Understanding the history of postcards aids in efforts to amass an impressive collection during the present, explains Dr. Anthony J. Cavo, in this special feature.