‘Valhalla: examining Viking burials in the British Isles’, a new exhibition exploring Viking burials across the British Isles, opens tomorrow (21 July) in York.
Recent discoveries from Silchester include the burial of a ‘poodle’ and Britain’s first Iron Age olive.
Excavations in Norfolk have uncovered one of the largest Romano-British cemeteries ever found in the region.
Almost a quarter of a century after the 16th-century Rose Theatre was rediscovered during archaeological work ahead of the construction of a new office block (see CA 115), its trustees today (13 July) launched a Heritage Lottery Fund bid to secure its future.
Professor Mick Aston has been presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2012 British Archaeological Awards.
The results are in: the winners of this year’s British Archaeological Awards were announced today (9 July) at the British Museum in London.
After featuring in CA 269 Sherds, there is an opportunity to catch the London premiÃ¨re of The Chalk Legend at The Forum in Kentish Town. Based on the discovery of a mass grave of fifty-one decapitated Viking skeletons in Dorset, this opera-oratorio depicts the moment when a band of Viking warriors lands on the Dorset […]
A record-breaking hoard of Iron Age coins has been found in Jersey, archaeologists have announced. Estimated to contain between 30,000 and 60,000 coins, if the upper estimate is correct the find could push the Frome Hoard of 52,000 Roman coins into second place as the biggest coin hoard ever discovered. Weighing ¾ of a tonne, […]
Change is afoot at the Museum of London, which today (22 June 2012) reopened its Roman gallery following the first major update to this section since it opened in 1994.
Museum of London archaeologists have uncovered the playhouse which staged the first performance of Romeo and Juliet before Shakespeare’s company moved to the Globe.