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The UK's largest ever exhibition of Russian spacecraft and artefacts is coming to the Science Museum in September. Here are ten images and stories to whet your appetite.
A new exhibition at London's October Gallery shows the line as "the universal symbol for everything that might ever be described", says Stephanie Bailey, an expert on visual culture in North Africa and the Middle East.
A community dig is about to be launched at Huntington Stadium, a site where archaeologists found evidence of two 2nd century Roman camps more than ten years ago.
History & Heritage
A discovery in a Roman recipe book shows that burgers aren't modern inventions - instead, they're a form of street food that has developed over the centuries.
Science & Nature
An international team of scientists has discovered a new species of fossil in England – and identified it as a 425-million-year-old parasitic intruder.
Painting & Drawing
Pallant House is looking at the way artists have captured the nude since Édouard Manet’s ‘Olympia’ challenged viewers with a new kind of nakedness in 1865.
Retired Squadron Leader Ian Blair, who flew one of the light bombers to safety after his pilot was killed during the war, saw a Blenheim return to the air following a 12-year restoration mission.
Dinosaurs & Fossils
"A crucial transformation": Scientists use 500 million-year-old fossilised brain to study evolution of animal heads
Dr Javier Ortega-Hernández, from the University of Cambridge, says a brain from Canada has solved the mystery of how anthropod bodies evolved from soft to hard.