A newly deciphered 1,800-year-old letter from an Egyptian solider serving in a Roman legion in Europe to his family back home shows striking similarities […]
WODC: Series Introduction
Welcome to World of Dig Craft. In this series Liv Westring discusses current issues facing Archaeology, in Sweden and around the world.
WODC: Illegal Trade & Looting
Welcome to World of Dig Craft. In this series Liv Westring discusses current issues facing Archaeology, in Sweden and around the world. Today, Liv examines […]
Egypt, why to go now
Turmoil in Egypt has triggered a sharp fall in tourist numbers, but it is still safe, and if you go now you’ll have its treasures all to yourself
1915: James Joins Up
1915: James Joins Up is a short film written by and starring class 5LE of Waterville Primary School, North Shields. It is the 16th of […]
AF: William the Conqueror’s Funeral
Welcome to Archae-Facts, the place to find bite-sized chunks of Archaeological Trivia! Today, we take a look at William the Conqueror’s funeral.
Campaign for Richard III’s reburial in York heard by high court
Descendants argue that York is fitting resting place for monarch, whose remains were found beneath a Leicester carpark
AF: Winter Sports
Welcome to Archae-Facts, the place to find bite-sized chunks of Archaeological Trivia! Today, I examine the archaeology of the winter olympics.
QoD: ‘Tribal’ Tattoos?
Welcome to Questions of Doom. In this series, we answer your questions about Archaeology and our shared heritage. Today, Rhys and I tackle the question […]
Lost first world war training battlefield discovered in Hampshire
Elaborate trench network was identified from old aerial photographs on land that is still owned by Ministry of Defence