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Myths made by medieval monks could have clouded archaeologists' search for King Arthur's grave, says team investigating Glastonbury Abbey
The medieval monks who restored Glastonbury Abbey during the 12th century "clouded the judgement" of later archaeologists by crafting legends, say researchers at the site.
200-year-old token found on Dorset beach probably belonged to famous fossil-finder Mary Anning, say researchers
Mary Anning, the famous 19th century fossil collector who was revered across the world, probably owned a childhood token from more than 200 years ago found on a Lyme Regis beach by researchers.
Victoria Beckham's Barbed Wire Love painting goes on public display in Brangelina artist's Bournemouth show
Dom Pattinson - artist to Brangelina, Victoria Beckham and AFC Bournemouth - presents a solo exhibition with a sprinkle of celebrity stardust at Bournemouth's Westover Gallery.
Wiltshire Museum launches £8K appeal to buy Anglo Saxon gold coin from 'dawn of English Christianity'
Wiltshire Museum has launched a fund-raising appeal to secure a rare and beautiful early Christian Saxon gold coin found at the nearby village of East Grafton.
Archaeologists are preparing to publically reveal a clay tobacco pipe factory in Bath where thousands of artefacts were found during the early stages of an excavation to create a £19 million casino......
Visitors to Devon's Honiton Gallery will be watching the clocks for the right reasons this Museums at Night in a garden of timepieces donated by the public and cleverly curated by artist Luke Jerram.
Archaeologists have used pottery and animal bones to suggest that milk, yoghurt and cheeses could have been seen as “exclusive” foods during the time Stonehenge was built.
Tate St Ives has organised a special exhibition bringing together a selection of Terry Frost's most significant paintings with collages and sculpture at Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange.
Members of the public are being invited to visit an excavation site at a new town in Devon where Iron Age roundhouses, pottery and bone from as far back as 43 AD have been discovered.