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The emblem of the city on a street corner of Brussels, the Mannekin-Pis is a constantly reinterpreted statue of a wee boy relieving himself.
Catherine Edwards was one of four archaeologists faced with the task of a salvage operation at Clandon Park, in Surrey, after a huge electrical fire. She describes the mission to save artefacts from the 18th century site.
Renovations of a vaulted chamber beneath the National Trust property Cliveden in Berkshire have offered clues to its original purpose and the public are invited to take a look.
A daring performer recreated the poise of ancient tightrope star Carlos Trower during an event which returned Rudyard Lake to its 19th century heyday in Staffordshire this weekend.
Have archaeologists found the remains of the site where William Wallace was made Guardian of Scotland?
Archaeologists believe they can "almost pinpoint" the Scottish Borders spot where William Wallace, the knight who inspired Braveheart, was made Guardian of Scotland in 1297.
"His skull isn't there at all": Archaeologists say spine-shivering radar results show Shakespeare's head was taken from grave
The first ever archaeological work carried out on Shakespeare's grave, at the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon, shows "very convincing" evidence of a missing skull, say experts.
"It was miraculous": The moment when conservators found John the Baptist in Shakespeare's Schoolroom
Leading Art Conservator Mark Perry was stunned to find the figure of John the Baptist in a medieval wall painting at Shakespeare's Schoolroom, which will open to the public on Shakespeare's birthday.
The horse which defied outsider odds to win the Grand National more than a century ago has been honoured with a plaque in Leicestershire.
A 700-year-old effigy of a Bishop is being resurrected alongside medieval stones at a cathedral in Scotland
An effigy of a powerful medieval bishop is going on display for the first time in 20 years in Elgin for the Easter weekend and beyond.
Giant temples and bull mummification sites are being protected under the guidance of a York archaeological team working at a centre of pharaonic Egypt.