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One of the largest archaeological excavations since Princesshay is currently being undertaken in Mary Arches Street, in advance of a new student development. Pottery and floor tiles found in the excavation [Credit: Exeter City Council]AC Archaeology...

Some of the mystery behind one of Sicily's largest ancient Roman villas is now solved thanks to a team of archaeologists from the University of South Florida in Tampa, Fla. They're the first to successfully excavate the 5,000 square meter Roman villa...

Scientists in Italy continue – with new methods of modern digital technology – the virtual unwrapping and reading of the ancient papyri of Herakleion (Herculaneum) in Campania and, as they announced, made new progress in their very difficult work...

Archaeologists have made a sensational discovery during an archaeological excavation on the Danish island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea: two complete stones with cup mark stone carvings dating back to the early Stone Age. The carvings are one of the...

Complete skeletons have been found among what is thought to be an Anglo-Saxon cemetery unearthed on Holy Island in Northumberland. Members of Dig Ventures excavating skeletons [Credit: Dig Ventures]The graves were uncovered as part of excavations at...

Analysis of ancient Roman coins has shown that the defeat of the Carthaginian general Hannibal led to a flood of wealth across the Roman Empire from the silver mines of Spain. This finding, which gives us a tangible record of the transition of Rome f...

Just eleven miles east of Rome lies the site of excavations of another ancient city, one which thrived in the last few centuries before Christ, but, overshadowed by Rome, eventually died out – though not before having its own thriving Christian com...