Archaeologists conducting prospection with Ground Penetrating Radar at Fountains Abbey, North England, were able to discover the graves of more than 500 Cistercian monks and lay brothers.
Archaeologists unearthed the remains of the first theatre of William Shakespeare, the Curtain Theatre, East London, United Kingdom, that preceded the famous Globe Theatre as a place where the Shakespeare’s plays were played.
Archaeologists discovered a large Gallo-Roman villa with thermal baths in Langrolay-sur-Rance, north-western France. The villa is said to be preserved in exceptional condition.
Archaeologists discovered an Etruscan burial in Tuscany, central Italy dating back 2500 years. The ancient grave contained skeletal remains of an individual that was shackled upon burial.
A Medieval seal was discovered near Skällvik Castle, Sweden, by a detectorist. Swedish archaeologist was able to identify it and track its female owner.
Massive walls of a Roman Era bath were discovered in Plovdiv, central Bulgaria, during an early stage of construction works at a private property.
The latest season of excavations in Gazzo Veronese near Verona, northern Italy, discovered a former Roman road and numerous cremation graves at a Roman cemetery.
As the archaeological research at the Neolithic passage tomb at Montpelier Hill in Dublin, Ireland, continue a major discovery was made as ancient engravings on stones were discovered.
As a 1930s administrative building at Kremlin, Moscow, was dismantled in 2014 archaeologists moved in to study the area occupied by concrete structures, revealing Medieval layers and numerous artefacts.
Excavations at the castle in Sławków, South Poland, revealed a previously unknown escape tunnel in which the structure was equipped. This is the second known feature of this kind of the 13th century fortification.
The bodies were found in a mass grave during archaeological fieldwork, prior to construction of the new buildings of the Polish Army Museum that will be relocated to the 19th century Warsaw Citadel. The individuals were studied and will be moved to one of Warsaw’s cemeteries.
Underwater explorers of the Baltic Sea discovered a 150-year-old sunken ship off the Åland Islands, located in Central Baltic between Sweden and Finland. The hold of the ship is said to be full of bottles.
A mass grave of over 1000 people murdered by Germans located in Berlin revealed new information. The experts discovered that the remains belong to prisoners of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, of which over 400 were of Polish nationality.
Workers repairing Chester’s city walls discovered previously undocumented remains of a Roman gate tower.
As excavations at the 18th century Hellfire Club shooting lodge, Montpelier Hill in Dublin Mountains, Ireland, continue more information is revealed on the supposed Neolithic passage tomb on which it was built on using the original structures’ stones.
The impressive Macedonian era tomb at Amphipolis was discovered and explored in 2014, receiving worldwide media coverage due to its potential connection with the family of Alexander the Great. Now Greek archaeologists tracked 11 sections of marble statues from the tomb in various museums worldwide.
A human skeleton was discovered by archaeologists on an uninhabited island of Despotiko in the Cyclades. The experts believe it belongs to a 5th century worker at the ancient temple.
Archaeological experts observing land drainage at Star Carr, Yorkshire, northern United Kingdom, discovered that changes in the soil are quickly degrading cultural artefacts and fossils. The process is putting the rich source of archaeological finds at risk.
Burials dating back to the Bronze Age were found during excavations in the Cefn Graianog Quarry, at Llanllyfni, north-western Wales. They contained what is said being the best preserved pottery of that age ever found in the area.
Lord Elgin’s ship, The Mentor, which sunk overladen off the island of Kythera in 1802, carrying the Parthenon marbles to Britain, slowly reveals its cargo as underwater archaeologists study the wreckage.