Excavation of a Bronze Age burial mound in south west England leads to the discovery of an intact 4,000 year old human cremation as well as evidence of unaccountable activity from the medieval period on the same site.
Discussing recent excavations at the fort of Vindolanda on Hadrian’s Wall
From the first to the fifth centuries AD, Britain – though not officially Scotland, which lay beyond the frontier at Hadrian’s Wall – was part of the Roman Empire.
This thesis surveys the evidence for Romano-British houses, with an emphasis on the imported and urban traditions that witness the influence of empire on province.
Archaeologists have revealed the discovery of hundreds of Roman shoes and other objects at Hadrian’s Wall.
From Leodis to Caledonia – can you match the Roman names with their modern ones?
This thesis deals with the weapons Of the Roman army in Britain from the beginning of the 2nd century AD until the end of Roman rule in the early 5th century.
Ancient Britons may have intentionally mummified some of their dead during the Bronze Age, according to archaeologists at the University of Sheffield.
Archaeologists at the University of Southampton have found evidence of an ancient gold trade route between the south-west of the Britain and Ireland. A…