Archaeologists have discovered evidence within the Camelon area of Scotland, indicating the remains of two Roman forts roughly 1.5km north of the Antonine Wall. The archaeology dates from the first and second centuries AD, with AOC Archaeologists believing that the forts would have been used extensively during the construction phase of the Antonine Wall.
Daily Archives: September 30, 2011
Archaeologists from the University of Chester have completed the second phase of a dig which sought to unearth the secrets of a 9th-century stone monument on a prehistoric mound in Wales.
Research on Dordogne cave art shows children learned to finger-paint in palaeolithic age, approximately 13,000 years ago