The European Commission launched a public consultation on ways to improve the safe-keeping of cultural goods and the return between Member States of national treasures
Bones contained entirely within the skin of some of the largest dinosaurs on Earth might have stored vital minerals to help the massive creatures survive
The University of Bradford has secured almost £750K to safeguard skeletons from world-renowned collections based in Bradford and London.
For over 100 year his grave has been a Mecca for admirers of the Irish playwright and author who wish to honor and remember this
Heritage Daily, Mound of the Hostages, Hill of Tara, County Meath, Ireland, Archaeology, Jimmy Deenihan
The National Monuments Service of Ireland over the summer completed a major investigation of the island monastic site of Skellig Michael which has cast further
The Qurta rock art - a series of carved images of birds, animals and some human figures - is at least 15,000 years old, according
Scientists have produced amazing three-dimensional images of a prehistoric mite as it hitched a ride on the back of a 50 million-year-old spider.
Bonn archeologists discover a huge ancient Greek commercial area on Sicily.
Operation Nightingale comes to Folkestone: A group of injured soldiers learn the skills of archaeology at Folkestone Roman villa as part of their physical rehabilitation.
Two skeletons have been found in Italy, still holding hands after some 1,500 years in an embrace that would not look out of place in
The face of a teenager who died 7,500 years ago has been brought back to life through methods that combine CSI type forensics, clay modeling
What's a Stone Age axe doing in an Iron Age tomb? The archaeologists Olle Hemdorff at the University of Stavanger's Museum of Archaeology and Eva
The Potteries museum and art gallery has scooped a £40,000 heritage grant to stage its largest ever exhibition on the world’s biggest collection of Anglo-Saxon
Discovery suggests early humans were wielding sophisticated stone tools at least 300,000 years earlier than thought
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
The Habitats and Hillforts project has teamed up with Liverpool University for a second year running to carry out excavations on the Merricks Hill
The excavation of a prehistoric burial cist, situated high up on Whitehorse Hill on northern Dartmoor, has commenced. The cist was discovered 10 years ago
An archaeologist at the University of Bristol believes he may have discovered Britain’s oldest example of rock art. The chance finding by Dr George Nash
Excavator claim to have found the tomb of the apostle St Philip in a tomb of Turkey. During the course of excavating a Byzantine-era church
The cold waters of the Atlantic off the Coast of Ireland have divulged one of its many secrets that might help to cast light on one