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A portrait of a young and vigorous Henry VIII and the bed of his parents, Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, are revealed at Anne Boleyn's childhood home, Hever Castle in Kent.
Archaeologists have begun to excavate a tenement area which became the site of an early medical study of cholera after suffering a devastating outbreak of the disease.
The De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill, East Sussex is marking 80 years as one of the first and most significant Modernist public buildings in the UK with a summer Bridget Riley exhibition.
Archaeologists helping to create a new quad for a college in Oxford say they are unsure why a young woman would have been buried in a gardening area during the 17th century.
A remarkable private collection of local archaeological finds has been acquired for Winchester's museums by Hampshire Cultural Trust.
From the changing face of porn to a homage to artist Frida Kahlo, this year's festival is about to begin in Brighton and Manchester. Here are a few of the oddities to enjoy.
Hunter-gatherers off the south coast of Britain had extensive trade links with farmers in southern Europe 8,000 years ago, say archaeologists who believe a "new chapter" in British and European......
A tool chest given to his son by a cabinet-maker in 1796 is the key element of the Great Expectations project in Kent. But DIY shopping, a bus station, outer space and the Medway all play their part.
Liberating Fashion: Watts Gallery offers a sumptuous social history of Aesthetic dress in Victorian portraits
Watts Gallery reveals how the artists of the Aesthetic Dress Movement had a wide-reaching impact on perceptions of beauty, health and the fashions via late Victorian portraiture.
Archaeologists reveal "beautiful" bronze handle, Samian cup and ring of gods from 2nd century burial
Three artefacts from a Roman burial found last by a metal detectorist in Buckinghamshire last October have gone on display, including a "beautiful" bronze handle of national importance.
Crowdfunding is being adopted by the National Museum of the Royal Navy to complete the conservation of First World War veteran vessel HMS M.33 in her centenary year.