East of England
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Bone fragments and burial goods of "wealthy and cosmopolitan" Roman found in North Hertfordshire village
A complete Roman jug, bone fragments in a large hexagonal bottle, a worn 2nd century bronze coin and an iron lamp are among the finds made by a metal detectorist in the village of Kelshall.
Archaeologists find coins, bow brooches and bones among Iron Age and Roman discoveries in Peterborough
David Crawford-White, of Oxford Archaeology East, on the Lottery-funded search for artefacts which has inspired hundreds of people on a dig partly fuelled by cake.
Prehistoric Britons had the required understanding of fire and pyre technology to combust corpses at more than 600 degrees centigrade, say archaeologists at a pit in Langford.
"Poor scholars and wretched persons": Thousands of medieval skeletal remains revealed from Cambridge burial ground
Archaeologists in Cambridge have released images of hundreds of well-preserved medieval skeletons, found beneath a St John's College site which was a hospital burial ground.
In a "microcosm of the British electorate", artists and community groups have worked with advertisers to create billboards in Bedford which will be debated by local politicians.
Archaeologists carrying out a community dig in the market town of Diss have seen around 1,000 people visit their two-day excavation.
Brain fields, cocaine cravings and OCD: Public to be given inside story of scientists' latest experiments
Scientists working with art say that the magnetic fields in our brains change when we lie to our bosses, listen to crying babies or watch visual illusions.
Daniel and Evelyn MacLean's love story will star in a temporary exhibition at the English Heritage property in Bedford from May 2015.
A model dinosaur sculpture used in a primordial-themed college ball has been moved to the oldesst geological museum - Cambridge's Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences.