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Archaeologists have found an officers' toilet in a replica German trench made in the Hampshire countryside in World War One
The "Bedlam Trenches" - designed a century ago to replicate the German systems at the Battle of the Somme - have been excavated by Wessex Archaeology during an intense two-week dig.
The early years of punk in the UK are the subject of a new exhibition by photographers Kevin Cummins and Ian Dickson, who shadowed the likes of The Sex Pistols, The Damned and The Clash.
Archaeologists have spent decades speculating about one of the roads built by the Romans in their huge network of roads across the south of England. Now laser scanning has traced it.
“You always find the best stuff on the last day”: Unearthing a medieval tile floor at Westgate Oxford
British Archaeological Award Best Project winner, Ben Ford of Oxford Archaeology, on finding a medieval mosaic tile floor during the spectacular Westgate Dig in Oxford.
Big names and dark morals: John Cooper Clarke and Mr Bingo head to Hastings for the Art Car Boot Sale
Featuring exclusive works by leading artists, the Art Car Boot Fair returns to Hastings this weekend. Founder Karen Ashton says this year's event is the latest in a "long list of bizarre acts and......
Acquaint yourself with Stanley Spencer's pram, which the artist used to help him paint 'en plein air' around the village of Cookham.
Getting ready for action: Veteran recalls D-Day as piece from huge ocean pipe is revealed in Hampshire
A piece of the Pipe Line Under the Ocean, a 770-mile connection which supplied the army with 172 million gallons of fuel during World War Two, will be shown to the public in Lepe.
The spot where Henry I was buried is almost certain to be revealed as archaeologists begin to scan his former powerhouse at Reading Abbey this week.
Garry Momber and his team of underwater archaeologists are returning to the Solent this week in search of precious, eroding remains demonstrating the craftsmanship of Britain's earliest people.
For the first time ever, all the equipment used in making and breaking Hitler's most secret cipher has been demonstrated to an audience, including Bletchley veterans, at The National Museum of......
A Cleopatra headdress, designed by Oliver Messel, is among the star items in a new exhibition putting the spotlight on film and theatre actress Vivien Leigh at Nymans in West Sussex.