Tag: Archaeology


Search for ancient monuments on the Fehmarnbelt seabed

Archaeologists are preparing to search for ancient monuments before construction work on the Fehmarnbelt fixed link begins. Investigations will be carried out both in a coastal area on the mainland and on the seabed in the Fehmarnbelt.

The Search for Immortality: Tomb Treasures of Han China

In the first exhibition of its kind, the Fitzwilliam Museum will relate the story of the quest for immortality and struggle for imperial legitimacy in ancient China’s Han Dynasty.

Inside the Mind of Hitler

A secret report, previously unknown to historians, shows how British Intelligence was tracking Hitler’s growing preoccupation with “the enemy within” on the eve of the Final Solution.

Archaeologists accuse MoD of allowing US company to ‘plunder’ shipwreck

Experts take legal advice in effort to block lucrative deal on underwater excavation of HMS Victory

The Arid Zone of Australia

Evidence of early human occupation throughout the central and western Australian desert offers archaeological data contributing to current understandings of the social and technological adaptations in arid zones.

New UF study shows early North Americans lived with extinct giant beasts

A new University of Florida study that determined the age of skeletal remains provides evidence humans reached the Western Hemisphere during the last ice age and lived alongside giant extinct mammals.