The secrets of one of Todmorden’s most historic “lost” buildings are being unearthed by archaeologists brought in by the UK Environment Agency.
To commemorate Merchant Navy Day on Saturday 3 September findmypast.co.uk, in partnership with The National Archives, have made one million Merchant Navy Seamen records available
Archaeologists believe key figure involved in construction of Wiltshire ancient monument is buried at Preseli mountains site
An extraordinary discovery has been found in the Chinese city of Luoyang, Henan province during the construction of a new hospital. Archaeologists have uncovered a
Discovery suggests early humans were wielding sophisticated stone tools at least 300,000 years earlier than thought
Size of settlement suggests Ham Hill site was a town rather than a defensive structure, archaeologists believe
Research into the dating techniques used to identify the origins of the living world has found the way in which fossils are used to calibrate
2000-year-0ld Burial Box could reveal location of the Family of Caiaphas. Rare, detailed inscription is genuine, says a TAU researcher.
Archaeologists from the Inrap (National Institute of Archaeological Research) are currently conducting preventive excavations on the site of the old Grimonprez–Jooris stadium, north of Lille’s
In advance of the construction of a housing project by Nexity Foncier Conseil, in Champagne-sur-Oise (Val-d’Oise), a team of Inrap archaeologists has excavating a one
Ireland is leading the way in getting growing numbers of both locals and tourists interested in their nations hertaige.New figures show continued growth in visitor
New genetic evidence reveals that most British men are not descended from immigrant farmers who migrated east 5,000-10,000 years ago – contrary to previous research.
Skewed skulls may have helped early whales find the direction of sounds in water and are not solely, as previously thought, a later adaptation related
An international team of researchers has used ancient DNA to produce compelling evidence that the lack of genetic diversity in modern stallions is the result
During the course of work the Israel Antiquities Authority carried out in Jerusalem’s ancient drainage channel, which begins in the Siloam Pool and runs from
Field surveys, excavations and being in the ‘field’ is only a small portion of what archaeologists do. The majority of time is spent on research,
A new exhibition at the Museum of London and Museum of London Docklands will lift the lid on the shocking reality of trafficking and forced
Plato lent his name to Platonic love but a new book reveals that the ancient Greek philosopher never advocated love without sex. Dr Jay Kennedy:
The School of Archaeology at the University of Oxford is to compile a map of prehistoric England for the first time in a project called
A marble statue of Hercules from the second century CE was uncovered in excavations the Israel Antiquities Authority is conducting at Horvat Tarbenet, within the
Welsh weather and the popularity of hit TV programmes on genealogy have combined to give the West Glamorgan Archive Service their busiest ever year. New
The Habitats and Hillforts project has teamed up with Liverpool University for a second year running to carry out excavations on the Merricks Hill