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A new type of ancient stone tool has been uncovered by archaeologists working in the Clwydian range hillforts in Denbighshire, North East Wales. Students excavating an iron age hillfort at Penycloddiau [Credit: Denbighshire Council]An area between t...

Ancient Norwegians made top-quality iron. But where did the knowledge to make this iron come from? A professor emeritus from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology may have solved this riddle. Where did the expertise to smelt iron ore co...

A monumental Mycenaean rock-cut chamber tomb came to light this summer at Prosilio near Orchomenos in Boeotia, central Greece, during the excavations conducted there by the Greek Ministry of Culture & Sports/Ephorate of Antiquities of Boeotia and...

Swords, arrow heads and ballista bolts amongst a cache of artefacts discovered during cavalry barrack excavations at Roman Vindolanda. Aerial view of remains of 4th century stone fort at Vindolanda [Credit: Sonya Galloway, Vindolanda Trust]During th...

The Christian heritage at the archaeological site of Bulla Regia, in the 5th century AD, the diseases of the time, the methods of burial of the dead and the architecture of houses and churches are under study by a group of European researchers, arriv...

A marble relief slab carved with a female figure of significant archaeological and historical value, as well as a section of a cylindrical amphora handle, were discovered during the course of an organized operation by the Ioannina Police Department,...

Long-lost Roman and medieval settlements have been discovered in east Yorkshire, near the Humber River. The sites were considered lost to the sea for thousands of years, but now archaeologists have retrieved pottery, animal bones and charred organic...