WalesOnline (blog) Welsh History Month: The legends around the ancient monument of Arthur's Stone WalesOnline (blog) Picture 6: In the 1500s Arthur's Stone was ranked with Stonehenge and Silbury Hill as one of the three greatest achievements in...
A famous golden bowl discovered in Iran may have been crushed in the ruins of an Iron Age citadel as enemy soldiers plunged to their deaths while trying to run off with looted treasures, according to a new interpretation.
Culture24 Medieval Friary Excavated in Scotland Archaeology STIRLING, SCOTLAND—A thirteenth-century Dominican friary that was destroyed during the Reformation in 1559 is being excavated by a team from GUARD Archaeology.
YLE News Ancient swordsman's grave could hold many more secrets YLE News Archaeologists now believe the site in Janakkala, southern Finland, where a remarkable medieval warrior was discovered last year could be an ancient burial ground or settlement.
An East Devon metal detector enthusiast has stumbled upon one of the largest hoards of Roman coins ever found in Britain, prompting a local museum to launch a campaign to buy the “remarkable” collection for the nation.
The youths of Ancient Messene once trained at this Doric stadium, which cost more than $3 million to restore. Its one of the most impressive and popular ancient sites in Greece, in part thanks to an infusion of private funds.