Explore the history of Roman Britain with exhibitions, events, features, news and web resources gathered from hundreds of museums, archives and historic sites across the UK.
From mosaics and mints found beneath the cathedral to the remains of Roman barracks, Viking horns and unseen Gospels, a new exhibition in York spans 2,000 years.
Ruth Hazard manages to get herself into the British Museum's hugely popular blockbuster Pompeii exhibition to find out exactly what all the fuss is about.
Experts from Museum of London Archaeology say thousands of "beautifully preserved" remains in London could transform our understanding of Roman Britain.
A pugnacious marble sculpture of a would-be Scottish invader, based on a version held at the Museo Archaeologico in Naples, has gone on display in Chester.
There are Secrets of the Royal Bedchambers and Olympic flashbacks in London. It's also Beamish's birthday, and Arbeia Fort and Museum, in South Shields, is back open.
Focusing on the everyday and domestic rather than gladiators and emperors, the British Museum's new show calls upon ghosts preserved by volcanic carbonisation.
Celebrating 200 years of collecting and caring for the heritage of the north-east, a new exhibition takes a look at the work of Newcastle's Society of Antiquaries.
A metal detectorist says finding a hoard of 3rd century silver coins which are about to go on show in Sussex was "like a dream."
Artist Penny Hill has used Roman painting techniques to depict the possible face of a 40-year-old man from 200 AD found buried in Newport.
The Finds Manager for the Canterbury Archaeological Trust recalls the phonecall which led to the excavation of a Prehistoric helmet from a field in Kent.
The public will be given a fleeting glimpse of Grouville gold when an enormous hoard of Celtic coins goes on show for three days only at Jersey Museum.
One of the biggest archaeological digs of the year, at Maryport along Hadrian's Wall, reveals graves, bone shards, tooth enamel, bead necklaces and more in Cumbria.
The first dig since the 1930s at Branodunum, a fort near Brancaster on the north Norfolk coast, will result in television revelations about Roman communities next year.
A "stunningly-preserved" wooden chest full of the earthly possessions of a Roman soldier, found in Corbridge decades ago, goes on show along with unseen footage from the dig.
Coins from the Roman occupation of France and the Low Countries 2,000 years ago, found in a Leicestershire village in 2010, have gone on display at the Harborough Museum.