Study of a mysterious 100-year-old interactive toy – perhaps the Wikipedia of its day – is painting a vivid picture of Spain’s path into the
In the University of Copenhagen’s Papyrus Carlsberg Collection there are more than 100 papyri dedications to the god, Soknebtunis.
Heritage Daily has learnt that a book written in Latin that once belonged to Barack Obama’s Irish ancestor, is to go on sale in Dublin
Anne Boleyn, Queen of England and second wife of Henry VIII was executed within the grounds of the Tower of London. Her crime was a
The discovery of a notebook in a private collection has led our Richard III archaeological team on a voyage of discovery.
The library was assembled over the course of two years, in collaboration with Google, using advanced technology first developed by NASA.
The first unequivocal evidence that humans in prehistoric Northern Europe made cheese more than 7,000 years ago is described in research by an international team
Cambridge University Library is to release digital versions of some of the most significant religious manuscripts in the world - following on from last year’s
GCHQ’s experts are now satisfied that the pigeon-borne message assumed to have been sent during the Second World War cannot be decoded without access to
Sailors from HMS Illustrious have paid homage to their forebears as they helped smarten up Malta's naval cemetery.
During the period 1500-1800 the foodstuff in the Swedish naval fleet can be divided into the following categories; bread, meat and meat products, fish, dairy