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More than 12,000 records have been created since the Portable Antiquities Scheme began in Essex in 2003. The county’s Finds Liaison Officer tells Culture24 about two.
The Finds Liaison Officer for Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire picks four of his favourite discoveries, including a 1st century vessel and a figurine in the form of a seated dog.
Phil Crummy, of the Colchester Archaeological Trust, gives Culture24 the latest on a set of sliced-off 2,000-year-old bones found at a department store excavation.
Screened to the public through a downloadable app, eight artists are about to begin seven days of live digital broadcasts from the landscapes which once inspired Constable.
An eroded second stone circle, found on Holme Beach, where the original Seahenge was excavated 15 years ago, has been tree ring dated to 2049 BC - the same year as its sister site.
Organisers say a two-year expansion of Museums at Night in North Norfolk will inspire residents at 21 venues across the region.
A new exhibition at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge, Buddha's Word, unites expertise in history, art, history, anthropology and linguistics.
He landed in Normandy on June 6 1944. By June 9 he had buried the bodies of many of his comrades including that of the poet Keith Douglas. Discover the moving story of Captain Leslie Skinner at IWM......
The Fitzwilliam is showing a series of 36 colour lithographs and woodcuts from the French print series La Grande Guerre.
Pictures, facts and figures as English Heritage puts a third of its total stored collection on public display in a £1.9 million warehouse following a two-and-a-half year project.
Charles Chadwyck-Healey's collection of the extraordinary publishing spree following the liberation of World War II is about to go on display in Cambridge.
A nurse returning to a Normandy castle and a veteran seeing the field he parachuted into 69 years ago have provided the pinpointed portraits of photographer Robin Savage's project.
Photographer Robin Savage's portraits of heroes includes Vera Hay - a nurse who treated up to 200 casualties a day during the weeks following D-Day.
Ovens, tar and the smell of rotten eggs are all part of the ancient ovens at the Museum of Gas in Norfolk, which will enjoy a special opening for Museums at Night.
The Gas Museum in the Norfolk town of Fakenham will light a lamp for the public this May. Chairman Mike Bridges tells us about pubs, cookers and the holes in every field.