By Huw Groucutt The Arabian Peninsula is a vast landmass at the crossroads of Africa and Eurasia. Yet until the last decade almost…
The archaeological site of Sedeinga, located in Sudan, is known for being home to the ruins of the Egyptian temple of Queen Tiye, the royal wife of Amenhotep III.
A Roman trade distribution centre, an abandoned medieval village and three prehistoric monuments are among nationally significant archaeological discoveries uncovered during work to build a new roadway in England.
The Digital Corpus of Literary Papyri, a new digital tool for researching ancient literature, is now available.
Researchers at the archaeology laboratory have determined the origin and trajectories of clay pottery from nearly 5000 years ago
In the largest study of ancient human DNA ever conducted, an international team of scientists has revealed the complex story behind one of the defining periods in European prehistory. The study is published last month in the journal Nature.
Small scale agricultural farming was first initiated by indigenous communities living on Turkey’s Anatolian plateau, and not introduced by migrant farmers as previously thought, according to new research by the University of Liverpool.
1,600-year-old system allowed farming in one of world’s driest climates
Archaeologists have revealed the discovery of hundreds of Roman shoes and other objects at Hadrian’s Wall.