An Anglo-Saxon graveyard with “huge potential” has been unearthed beneath former university student housing. King’s College, Cambridge discovered the extensive cemetery, containing more than 60
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An almost innocuous iron ring embedded into the north wall of the chapel is now all that remains of this gruesome past. But records unearthed
The remains of a monastery founded in 1385 by Richard II, and the spectacular wall paintings added in later centuries, will open to the public
Today we have a guest post from Ian Churchward of the Legendary Ten Seconds. You can find Ian and his work on his website at
Historic coins believed to have been stashed away during a period of Nordic infighting have been discovered by a group of metal detector enthusiasts at
It was the largest armada the world had ever seen, and would only be surpassed 700 years later when the Allies invaded Europe during the