A discovery of numerous Roman Era artefacts was made off Tunbridge Lane in Bottisham, United Kingdom, where a new housing development is scheduled.
Workers at Atwood House Museum in Chatham, United Kingdom, discovered a century-old human skull while clearing leaves on the grounds.
Excavations revealed remains of an ancient Roman wall in the courtyard of the Grand Hotel and Spa York in York, northern United Kingdom. The discovery was made during building of the hotels new extension – appropriately named Roman House.
A discovery of what is believed to be the oldest burials of monks in Britain was made at discovered at Beckery Chapel, near Glastonbury. Carbon dating of the remains revealed that they were from the 5th or early 6th century AD.
Renovation works in All Saints Church in Odiham, Hampshire, South United Kingdom, revealed tombs dating back to the 18th century.
Excavations near near Immingham in Lincolnshire, United Kingdom, revealed a mass burial pit of victims of the Black Death pandemic. Carbon dating shows that the skeletons come from 14th century while DNA tests confirmed presence of the plague bacteria.
According to the Portable Antiquities Scheme annual report launched at the British Museum, over 82000 discoveries were made by members of the public, mostly by people who were metal-detecting, in the United Kingdom.
Archaeologists excavating the Azokh cave in Artsah, Nagorno-Karabakh, discovered unique artefacts from different periods, among them a tooth from a human who lived 7000 years ago.
Archaeologists discovered a prehistoric religious and ceremonial complex near Britain’s Stonehenge. The newly found site is said to be more than 1000 years older than the famous stone circle complex.
A cemetery of first Christians in the United Kingdom was unearthed in Norfolk. So far archaeologists uncovered over 80 coffins of Anglo-Saxon Christian community members dating back 1300 years ago.
There are hundreds of wrecks lying off the coast of Great Britain many of them from the two world wars. Now, five of these wartime wreck sites are being investigated by divers.
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.
Researchers conducted a project to reveal and document the military history of the rural region of South Norfolk, East United Kingdom, which played a pivotal role in military actions during the world wars.
Archaeologists revealed a Medieval holy well, that was said to heal eye diseases and wash away sins, at Rainhill, East of Liverpool, United Kingdom.
Excavations in Newton Abbot, Davon, United Kingdom, conducted in the town centre revealed numerous Medieval everyday items, including a child’s shoe, that can date back to the 1400s.
Archaeologists discovered 5000-year-old bones of rodents that were eaten at the Neolithic settlement in Skara Brae, Orkney, United Kingdom. The team identified remains of at least 1674 voles eaten at the site.
Construction workers at Leigh village, Kent, south-western United Kingdom, were stopped when a 190 horse power tractor struck a large metal object lying buried in the soil.
Archaeologists conducting excavations at a demolished bus station in Lincoln, United Kingdom, may have unearthed the remains of a second castle in Lincoln, built around 1100 AD. This structure, known as Thorngate Castle is believed to have been located at this site.
Excavations in Lincoln, East United Kingdom, at the site of a bus station that’s been demolished to build a modern transport hub revealed thousands of artefacts revealing remains of the city’s past.
Analysis of human remains, discovered in Gough’s Cave near Bristol, United Kingdom, revealed marks of cutting and de-fleshing of two adolescent individuals and one being around three-years-old at the time of death.