Major Neolithic ceremonial enclosure uncovered in Berkshire

A major 5,500 year old Neolithic ceremonial gathering place known as a causewayed enclosure has been partially uncovered within sight of Windsor Castle in...

Life & death at Cliffs End Farm

Extraordinary finds made during excavations at Cliffs End Farm, Thanet, Kent in 2004-5 have allowed archaeologists at Wessex Archaeology to rethink the movement of...
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New evidence of Hampton Court Palace’s medieval past

Archaeologists working at Hampton Court Palace, the site of King Henry VIII’s famous royal residence, have unearthed the earliest surviving building ever discovered at...

Aurochsen

An aurochs is a type of wild cattle that lived throughout Europe, North Africa and Asia and became extinct in Britain by the Late...
Painting of the Yorkist gunline at Northampton. copyright Matthew Ryan - Historical Illustrator

War of the Roses cannonball confirmed from the Battle of Northampton

The battle of Northampton was fought between Yorkist and Lancastrian forces on 10 July 1460 and was an important and a key engagement during...

Public open day at Bradgate Park, Leicestershire

Bradgate Park is located c.4km north-west of the City of Leicester and covers an area of approximately 830 acres, through which the River Lin...

Secular to Sacred: The Story of the Lacock Cup

The Salisbury Museum is delighted to announce a new temporary exhibition, “Secular to Sacred: The Story of the Lacock Cup” running from 31st January...

Power of Archaeology – Pledge Cards available

The Power of Archaeology is a new campaign to engage more politicians with archaeology.  Facilitated by the Council for British Archaeology and supported by...

Dig Art! 2015 – Creative Winners revealed

Dig Art! 2015 received hundreds of spectacular entries from across Scotland, from paintings and photographs, to cakes and cartoons. Participants ranged from five years...

Timber project to explore Shropshire’s medieval heritage

 The village heritage team in the small hamlet of Tilley, 1.5km south of Wem, has been awarded £65,500 by the Heritage Lottery Fund for...