Category: Culture & Heritage
The site has been earmarked for enlargement of the parliamentary building but first archeologists were given time to excavate remains that might be found there.
A century-old replica of a Norwegian Viking ship is too expensive for the Chicago Park District to maintain.
Viking invaders could soon be able to negotiate the roads of a village in North England with greater ease, thanks to four unique ‘dual-language’ signs
Norwegian conservators are conducting tests at HZB to halt the degradation of one of the most important cultural assets from the Viking Age
A 9 ft (2.74m) sculpture of an Anglo-Saxon warrior inspired by the Staffordshire Hoard is being unveiled at a museum later.
Archaeologists have found the oldest engravings of letters ever to be discovered in central Germany, officials from the area announced on Thursday.
A team of volunteer steam cleaners are said to be making an “unbelievable” difference to a Wiltshire hillfigure.
A man from Somerset is to appear in court charged with damaging a prehistoric monument near Wells.
An ancient stone monolith in England was likely an astronomical marker, according to new archaeological evidence.
If you wanted to get ahead in Iron-Age Central Europe you would use a strategy that still works today — dress to impress and throw parties with free alcohol.
THIS is the towering 9ft sculpture of an Anglo-Saxon warrior which will go on permanent display at a museum to help showcase the world-renowned Staffordshire Hoard.
More than 200 crimes a day are being committed against Britain’s historic sites, a report warns today, prompting fears that “irreversible harm” is being done to the country’s heritage.
More than 200 ancient woodlands are currently under threat from development, and many more could be at risk without changes to the proposed planning reforms, campaigners are warning.