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Graffiti, trucks, refugees and David Shrigley: Pictures from Banksy's Dismaland in Weston-super-Mare
Photos from inside Dismaland, Britain's first bemusement park, as it opens for its first full week in rainy Weston-super-Mare.
Dark Age skeletons found at Cornish chapel were early Christian children and women who could have been from same family
James Gossip, of the Cornwall Archaeology Unit, on the results of radiocarbon dating on skeletons found at St Piran's Oratory last year.
In 1872, chemists, physicists and biologists boarded the HMS Challenger and embarked upon a 70,000 nautical mile journey of global exploration. Now curators are creating a database of their finds.
A set of mosaics at Chedworth, the villa in Gloucestershire where some of the country’s richest Romans once lived, are being publically excavated by archaeologists this week.
Archaeologists carrying out a watching brief on routine drainage and sewage works at an 18th century cottage have discovered the crouched skeletons of three young people from the Bronze or Iron Age.
Some encountered terrifying carousels. Others had their moustaches questioned by gruff stewards. Here's what visitors have said about the country's first bemusement park.
16 amazing exhibits from the finest collection of Late Jurassic Kimmeridgian fossils ever assembled in Britain
As building starts on the £4.7 million Museum of Jurassic Marine Life in Dorset's Kimmeridge village, here are some of the eggs, skulls, rays and predators awaiting the public.
Skeleton of necklace-wearing adolescent will help archaeologists discover "frenzied" Stonehenge of 4,000 years ago
The remains of an amber necklace-wearing adolescent child who died 4,000 years ago have been found in a foetal position at the bottom of a Neolithic henge near Stonehenge.
Forgotten fossils from 190 million years ago refound in Bath collection of indomitable 19th century geologist
Read about a set of remarkably preserved fossils, rediscovered in Bath after almost two centuries, and the life of Charles Moore - the Victorian geologist behind them.