Bronze Age elites used burial monuments to stake claims on the...

MOLA have published a new book revealing how local populations may have used burial monuments to stake their claim on the...

A Bronze Age Cremation Cemetery and Other Discoveries on the A477...

Linear schemes such as road construction can transect large areas of land and so provide exciting opportunities for archaeological discoveries, and in this respect...

Viking Artefacts unearthed in Ukraine by Nottingham University archaeologists

William Pidzamecky from the University of Nottingham's Centre for the Study of the Viking Age is a Canadian PhD student whose ancestors...

Archaeologists explore fate of Waterloo wounded.

A team of military veterans and serving personnel, led by professional archaeologists, are about to begin excavating at the site of Wellington’s Field Hospital...

Medieval home of Lords of the Isles reconstructed

The lost medieval home of the Lords of the Isles has been reconstructed virtually by experts at the University of St Andrews.
Adam Clapton from ULAS records the shield while still in the ground

Unique Iron Age shield found by Leicester archaeologists

Featured Image: Adam Clapton from ULAS, records the shield while still in the ground. ULAS

New podcast engages audiences in a ‘Career in Ruins’

Archaeologists Derek Pitman and Lawrence Shaw have launched a new, freely available, podcast that looks to share the world of archaeology and heritage in...
The remains of the castle wall unearthed in Castle Street Kirkwall. Photo: ORCA Archaeology

Kirkwall Castle Unearthed in Orkney roadworks

A team from ORCA Archaeology unearthed sections of wall and cobbled surface this week while undertaking a watching brief for an Orkney Islands Council...

Finding a foundry! Hafod-Morfa complex in Swansea

by Dave Gilbert (Rubicon Archaeology) The 19th century industrial heritage of Swansea has been identified as being of national significance.  Producing a rich industrial sequence...

On Tweeting, Freelancing and the Axe Factor

by Ann Clarke @annclarkerocks Tweeting suits me. Write a short message, rip it off the notepad and throw it out there. And repeat. Some messages...