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Kathryn Krakowka 4 days ago
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That picture-postcard village you have just driven through might seem an eternal part of the…

Kathryn Krakowka 4 days ago
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Another in the series of ‘50 Finds from the Portable Antiquities Scheme’, this book focuses…

Kathryn Krakowka 4 days ago
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Based on archaeological and fragmentary documentary evidence, the Irish Sea was a significant superhighway during…

Kathryn Krakowka 4 days ago
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Geology has few laws, but the most encompassing and important is the late 18th- to…

Kathryn Krakowka 4 days ago
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The Roman army is a well-studied aspect of the ancient empire it served, and tourists…

Kathryn Krakowka 4 days ago
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Visiting any of the great national museums on the Continent (even the regional and local…

Lucia Marchini 4 days ago
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Norwich Castle’s life as a royal fortification was short-lived, and it served much more time…

Carly Hilts 4 weeks ago
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Highways England’s road improvement works between Cambridge and Huntingdon have allowed archaeologists to investigate an…

Joe Flatman 4 weeks ago
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As this month’s contribution to the ‘great excavations’ mini-series, I turn my attention to a…

Kathryn Krakowka 1 month ago
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Just off St David’s Head in Pembrokeshire, Wales, lies Ramsey Island. It is currently owned…