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.
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.
One of the finest Roman statues ever to have been found in East Anglia has been gifted to Cambridge's Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Digging beneath Lincoln's famous 11th century castle, archaeologists have discovered a church from "at least 1,000 years ago", as well as a shoe-wearing body buried within a sarcophagus wall......
A coffin found in a village field last month contains skeletal remains and could yield herbs, flowers, oil and clothing, say scientists and archaeologists working in Leicestershire.
Archaeologists investigating three sites near the famous Cambridgeshire Flag Fens have found evidence of early life in Britain. Here are some pictures from the digs.
Curators are appealing to the public in a bid to raise £70,000 for an incredible archaeological hoard of treasures found by metal detectorists in the Saffron Walden area.
A Warwickshire archaeology team has started the process of examining a coffin found in a field in the Leicestershire village of Witherley.
Ice Age tribes in Derbyshire, the return of a £2.3 million helmet in Cumbria and cabinets of curiosities in Lancashire and Devon - here are this month's history highlights.
The team behind the dig give their thoughts on the "exceptional" sculpture and the secrets it tells about life in London almost 2,000 years ago.
Archaeologists in the city of London say a limestone sculpture of an eagle, dated to the 1st or 2nd century AD, could be the finest Romano-British example ever discovered.
Building works at Liverpool Street station have revealed 20 skulls thought to have been decapitated by Roman rebels during the first century.
After much speculation the identity of the Bosham Head at the Novium museum in Chichester has been identified by archaeologists as that of the Emperor Trajan.
October 2013 marks five years since the award winning community archaeology project, the Thames Discovery Programme began recording the largest archaeological site in the UK, the Thames foreshore.
Held in a collections centre where it is being investigated using 3D scanning, a mystery stone head could be a rare portrait of the feared ruler of the first century Roman Empire.