Beever Mine at Yarnbury near Grassington, a major extraction and ore processing complex built around two large mine shafts. Many of the visible remains date to the 19th century, parts of the site were modified during the 20th century, when a small reprocessing plant occupied the centre of the site. Photo courtesy of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

Images bring lead mining story to life

The Yoredale offices of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (YDNPA) in Bainbridge are playing host to the exhibition – called ‘The Hills Afford...
A photograph of Maeshowe chambered cairn from the south-west. Image: Nicole Smith, CC0.

Maeshowe: The Application of RTI to Norse Runes

The chambered cairn and passage grave at Maeshowe is well known for its runic inscriptions. Since its construction around 2800 BC, the site has...
Schlacht von Azincourt

Agincourt Fleet smaller – research shows

The findings will be presented at the conference War on Land and Sea (31 July - 3 August) where world renowned historians will debate...
WA Archaeologists on the Emerson Green Village Development, Bristol. Image: Wardell Armstrong Archaeology

Roman settlement mitigation at Bristol development

The application site comprises approximately 100 hectares of largely open pasture land and is located on the northeast side of Bristol, bounded by the...

Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain launched at Palaeo2020

 The official book launch of Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain was held on the 19th May at an evening reception hosted by the Society...
Dr Roderick Bale revealing tree rings and Timbers ready for transport for further testing. Images: Wessex Archaeology

Shipwreck Timbers Give up their Secrets

Dendrochronology specialists Dr Roderick Bale and Nikki Vousden examined 40 wooden artefacts retrieved from the Thames Estuary seabed and collected samples for further detailed...
By David Monniaux (Own work) [GFDL, CC-BY-SA-3.0, CC BY-SA 2.0 or CC BY-SA 2.0 fr], via Wikimedia Commons

A feast fit for a Queen at Stirling Castle

Celebrating Scotland’s ‘Year of Food and Drink’, The Queen’s Feast event will immerse visitors into the royal court of Mary of Guise – mother...

Dan Snow attacks Stonehenge road and tunnel plans

This article titled "Dan Snow attacks Stonehenge road and tunnel plans" was written by Steven Morris, for The Guardian on Tuesday...

Scanned: The 12th century graveslabs of St Marys

Located on the north bank of the River Tay, Dundee has long been an attractive site for human habitation. Dundee was granted Royal Burgh...
Plan shewing the course of the Roman wall called Grime's Dyke? - from NLS website

William Roy’s ‘Military Antiquities of the Romans in North Britain’ (1793)...

One of the earliest detailed descriptions of Roman antiquities in Scotland, with 51 map plates and 174 pages of supporting text. This website is a...