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.
Having lent some of their skeletons to the British Museum's new exhibition, archaeologists have released more details on the Vikings found in a mass grave in Weymouth in 2009.
Transport for London's Crossrail subsidiary has launched an exhibition of some of its incredible finds from sites across the city. See a few of the discoveries here.
A 1st century leopard cup from Italy and examples of the earliest gold in Wales could move to St Fagans as part of a bid to give the collection greater exposure.
One of the oldest surviving complete Roman mosaics, found in Lod, Israel, will appear in Britain this summer following a world tour to the Louvre and New York's Metropolitan Museum.
An iron working site from the late Iron Age, hinting at a sophisticated iron industry the Romans would have wanted to control, has emerged on the Hastings-Bexhill link road.
Twice life-size, cast in Italian marble and designed to gaze over visitors to Roman Sussex, the battered face of Emperor Trajan is becoming less of a mystery.
New research on 39 "trophy heads" found in London 25 years ago suggests the skulls may have been the ritually-buried remains of battle-hardened gladiators.
We take a look back at some of this year's stories from Stonehenge, including new discoveries, exciting museum plans in the region and the opening of the new visitor centre.
Warwickshire Archaeology have announced the result of a public vote to name the skeletal remains of a Roman child found in Leicestershire at the end of October.
A pair of deliberately damaged pots have left archaeologists suggesting that a Rainham site known for its Roman finds may have housed residents as far back as 2,000 years ago.
Arthur Pendragon, who claims to be the reincarnation of King Arthur, is calling on the Loyal Arthurian Warband to join him in a protest coinciding with the opening of the visitor centre.
Archaeologists have found the remains of Tudor and medieval buildings, signs of a long-suspected Roman road and "a few hidden gems" during a dig at Stratford Broadway in London.
From axes and daggers to skeletons of Bronze Age archers and animal bones, planners say they are "absolutely overjoyed" as building on a major new gallery begins.
The Hadrian's Wall Trust has launched a new Adopt a Stone website to address a £170,000 shortfall after funding cutbacks.
Historic Scotland have announced a new five-year development plan for the Roman Antonine Wall, including new signage, a website and better links to museum collections.