Ankara accused of blackmailing museums into returning artefacts while allowing excavation sites to be destroyed
Arts centre discovered under one of Rome's busiest roundabouts was built in AD123 and could seat 900 people
Tourists will see 'maniacal Roman perfection and incredible hydraulic technology' in labyrinth under Rome's Caracalla baths
Rome resident Mirko Curti stumbles upon tomb piled with bones while chasing wayward feline near his apartment
Work expected to obscure landmark for up to three years but will open whole new sections to public, say city officials
New terracotta troops unearthed, bringing total number of clay warriors found at Xi'an mausoleum to more than 8,000
Man behind WikiLoot hopes crowdsourcing experiment will help to find some of the world's oldest and most valuable treasures
Bulldozers and dynamite used to strip priceless artefacts from remote sites, with booty sold on to wealthy collectors
Dietary change led to the appearance of modern humans in the Middle East 400,000 years ago, say TAU researchers Elephants have long been known to
An international team of archaeologists is reporting 77,000-year-old evidence for preserved plant bedding and the use of insect-repelling plants in a rock shelter in South
National Archaeological Museum of Parma (Palace of Pillotta) will hold a conference to present the public with interesting news emerged from the study of the
Three historians from the University of Bristol are celebrating success in the Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary History, awarded by the Wiener Library, London.
A new exhibition opens today featuring some of the most remarkable treasures from 350 years of book collecting at the Royal Society.
Two University of Bristol archaeologists are part of EUROTAST, a new European-funded network which will bring together an unprecedented range of young researchers to examine
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.
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
A miniature box decorated with a cross was recently uncovered in archaeological excavations of the Israel Antiquities Authority in the Giv'ati car park in the
A ritual bath dating to the Second Temple Period has been discovered near Kibbutz Zor'a. The exposure of the bath corroborates historical sources that indicated
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