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The first intact medieval stone coffin in Leicester contained a crucifix and had a holy position close to high altar, say archaeologists who are speculating that the woman's name could have been Emma.
Lost several years ago, the key piece of evidence that the 1460 Battle of Northampton was the first in England to use artillery has reappeared - potentially to become part of a new visitor centre.
Mahtab Hussain, a photographer who specialises in highlighting issues of multiculturalism, portrays the residents of Hyson Green in the gallery within the Nottingham community.
Your votes are needed as the Major Oak of Sherwood Forest challenges for the title of European Tree of the Year with a public vote taking place throughout February.
Jo Dacombe says her residency at the University of Leicester's Bone Laboratory will examine hundreds of objects but avoid "fetishised" skulls.
A rare surviving example of a traditional Arts and Crafts house, designed and built by Ernest Gimson, and including many pieces of original furniture, opens to the public for the first time on Monday ......
Visitors have been able to see inside the Grade II-listed home of the £5.4 million National Civil War Centre, as organisers promise a "truly grand" opening weekend in May.
Scientists examining Richard III's body say there are "one or more" breaks in the chain between Richard III and Henry Somerset, the 5th Duke of Beaufort who died in 1803.
Archaeologists working on the new National Civil War Centre in Nottinghamshire say a green bottle is a symbol of widespread superstition more than 300 years ago.