By the end of the Roman Empire, humanity had crossed a critical threshold of social organization that allowed more people to take advantage of economies
Speaking in Hiroshima in the weeks preceding the sixty-ninth anniversary of the bombing of the city, Yoko Ono stood up for peace declaring that ‘No
UNIVERSITY of Huddersfield researcher Charlotte Mallinson is turning Ripperology on its head.
More than £1.5 million has been awarded to help repair seven historic buildings across Scotland as part of Historic Scotland’s Building Repairs Grants scheme.
A team from the University of Leicester is to investigate the potential use of UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) technology to advance understanding of our heritage.
Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem investigated erosion in the different types of limestone in the Western Wall located at the foot of Jerusalem’s
A study has awoken a silenced part of the First World War: the role of the war’s women. Researchers from the Complutense University of Madrid
She was a trailblazer, a spy, diplomat and archaeologist from the North East who travelled extensively across her beloved Arabia and helped to create a
Auctioneer Christie's, which sold the unique statue of the Egyptian Scribe Sekhemka for the World Record Price of £15.76 million, on 10 July, today confirmed
Lister Steps, a childcare charity in Liverpool, have secured initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund to regenerate the Grade II listed former West Derby
As Christie's sell the statue of Sekhemka for £15.7 million, world famous graphic novelist Alan Moore torpedoes a key Government culture policy, the International Council
The International Council of Museums’ Committee for Egyptology (ICOM CIPEG) expresses concern about Northampton Borough Council’s selling of its Sekhemka statue at Christie’s London.
Egyptian Antiquities Minister, Mamdouh El-Damati, has asked the Egyptian Embassy, located in London, to take legal action to prevent the sale of the Sekhemka Statue
THE First World War still resonates for its horrors...and for its poetry. But do the works of writers such as Siegfried Sassoon, Wilfred Owen and
Restoration begins on historic Severn Princess car ferry
Dame Maud McCarthy, the most senior nurse on the Western Front during the First World War, has been honoured with an English Heritage Blue Plaque
The occupation of Ninawa province by ISIS endangers Iraqs Heritage.
The CAER Heritage Challenge: can over 2,000 people explore over 2,000 years of history in just one month...?
New Book Details Scotland’s First World War Contribution and Heritage
A study by Tibetan scholar Lobsang Yongdan revisits a long-ignored section of a historic text to reveal how Tibetans were engaging with western scientific knowledge
New digital resource brings together centuries of cultural knowledge for the first time, showing that networks of trails over snow and sea ice, seemingly unconnected
A geologist studied fossils to confirm that stones used in 19th century Ohio grain mills originated from France.