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Archaeologists have used a mass burial found beneath an Edinburgh car park to create facial reconstructions of four people from 1,500 years ago.
Archaeologists find remarkably preserved Anglo-Saxon plank-lined graves and tree-trunk coffins dating from the 7th-9th century AD at a site in East Anglia.
Archaeologists have unearthed yet more treasures and the original stage during their dig at the Shakespearean Curtain Theatre in London's Shoreditch.
Following a crowd funding campaign, the Yorkshire Museum has secured a stunning hoard of Roman coins found by a metal detectorist near the village of Wold Newton, East Yorkshire, in 2014.
A Roman gold finger ring, a silver post-medieval seal matrix and a small medieval brooch are three of the newly-declared archaeological treasures in Wales. See them here.
The wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman, which sank on the Goodwin Sands off the coast of Kent in January 1740, is being revisited by marine archaeologists from Historic England and the Netherlands.
Medieval ice skates and a 1,800-year-old dog skull: 17 archaeological treasures from the Museum of London
In 1975, the General Post Office on Newgate Street became one of the largest archaeological sites ever dug in London. Now some of its most prized finds have gone on display. Here are 17 of them.
Five of the 20 individuals tested in a laboratory in Germany have shown traces of Yersina pestis - the pathogen of the 1665 plague which killed nearly a quarter of London's population.
Could archaeologists be about to uncover an early Bronze Age settlement on the cliffs of Seven Sisters?
Archaeologists are about to get to work on a coastal site they describe as a mystery in their field, with laser scans, environmental scanning and analysis of microscopic snails all planned.
Deprivation and deportation: What the teeth of the soldiers found in a mass grave in Durham can tell us
The teeth of the soldiers discovered in a mass grave in Durham have already given experts an idea of what their lives were like, says Dr Pam Graves of Durham University.