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The Courier Fife metal detector uncovers fabulous haul of Bronze Age gold The Courier The self-employed bric-a-brac salesman, who has been metal detecting for around 11 years, at first thought he had discovered a can but soon learned he had...
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Time Team Specials on 4 on Demand. Watch Time Team Specials online when you want on 4oD. In 2500BC, Britain entered the Bronze Age, one of the most mysterious periods of our ancient past.
Major International Archaeological Discovery In September 1992, archaeologists from the Canterbury Archaeological Trust working alongside contractors on a new road link between Dover and Folkestone discovered the remains of a large wooden...
BBC News Rare Neolithic or Bronze Age rock art in Ross-shire BBC News Archaeologists made the discovery while moving a boulder decorated with ancient cup and ring marks to a new location in Ross-shire.
This fantastic collection of photos, which are taken from the archives of Victoria & Albert Museum, show a number of Irish archaeological sites as they appeared (Some fantastic late 19th century photos of Irish Archaeology Sites.
Things have been very busy lately, what with my digging full time, working on publications, and trying to organise myself for my forthcoming trip to Bestansur (mega-excited about this one). In my s...
Orkney's archaeology The Economist “SEE that spade cut?” says David Reay, pointing with his archaeologist's trowel at the clay bank of a beach in Deerness, on the main island of the Orkney archipelago.
Un guet-apens en bord de Seine, à l’âge du Bronze
Late Bronze Age waterlogged remains at Willingdon Levels, Sussex (RT @OpenAccessArch: Open Access: Late Bronze Age waterlogged remains at Willingdon Levels, Sussex http://t.co/1N4QdKuDz1 #archaeology)...
Wessex Archaeology have offices in Salisbury, Sheffield, Rochester and Edinburgh. We are one of the UK's leading heritage practices.
A BRONZE Age grave uncovered in the Highlands has revealed the remains of a woman in her forties who was suffering from toothache before she died 4,000 years ago.
Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release) Portrait of an Early Bronze Age Highland funeral Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release) In March 2012, a GUARD Archaeology team, led by Maureen Kilpatrick, undertook a rescue excavation when a...
Samantha Smith looks at what has been called the most significant ever historic find on Dartmoor - the discovery of an internationally important prehistoric burial site.
A rare example of prehistoric rock art which could be more than 4,000 years old is discovered in the Brecon Beacons.
After viewing thousands of artifacts in multiple museums, sometimes it can be tempting to just keep walking. But then there are times when something just grabs you, stopping you in your tracks.That...
Expanding Human Knowledge Through Study and Exploration (Decline of Bronze Age ‘megacities’ linked to climate change - See more at: http://t.co/1O0wn1SO76 #archaeology #climatechange ...
The Bronze Age Forest of Cardigan Bay, Wales. Ferocious winter storms have stripped away the sand and peat that had covered these trees since they stopped growing around 2500 BC. They are part of what was once ...
RT @nic_ford: Bronze age jewellery: wooden ear studs from Dartmoor. See 'Mystery of the Moor' on iPlayer.. http://t.co/nbcrqcBFCH
Two of my loved ones - the Bronze Age and East Anglian fens - had a baby: Virtual Prehistoric Wetlands http://t.co/zs4xlMydIq #archaeology
Oxford Mail Scientist developed way of dating metal Oxford Mail Oxford Mail: Prof Noel Gale Prof Noel Gale. A FELLOW of Oxford University's Nuffield College who carried out pioneering work in archaeological age analysis has died aged 82.
BBC News Wiltshire bronze age jewellery hoard declared treasure BBC News A hoard of "extraordinary" Bronze Age jewellery discovered in a Wiltshire field has been declared treasure.
Bronze Age Burial Uncovered in Scottish Playground http://t.co/XItFoD8p8s #archaeology
Mike Dilger investigates bronze age burial goods discovered on Dartmoor. (RT @SueGreaney: Recommended: Mystery of the Moor on iPlayer, about the Whitehorse Hill spectacular Bronze Age finds.
The hoard of Bronze Age treasure unearthed in a remote spot in Dartmoor, Devon, shows the incredible craft skills and trade links of people living at the time.