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More Anglo-Saxons - including a warrior and a high-status woman - have been found by archaeologists in Wiltshire
Archaeologists have excavated a 1,300-year-old cemetery of 55 burials at a Ministry of Defence site - near the development where another cemetery was investigated in April.
A huge complex from the Roman army's invasion and a pit containing a pig's head have been found at a Devon crematorium
Two Roman military buildings, divided into a series of rectangular rooms during the Roman army’s conquest of the south-west in the second half of the 1st century, are being excavated in Exeter.
Archaeologists have found the floor and central wall of a seat where a rare deer house collapsed in ancient Cornwall.
Archaeologists have found a Roman child's stone coffin and a mosaic at a former villa site in Wiltshire
Rug designer Luke Irwin and Historic England Archaeologist Dr David Roberts on the incredible discovery of what could be one of the country's largest Roman villas near a house in Wiltshire.
In a dark underpass below Bath, archaeologists have been excavating two hidden Roman baths for the first time since the 1960s in a development which will form part of a new learning centre.
Anglo-Saxon graves and Neolithic pits and monuments found at MOD army base where anti-tank weapons were tested
Two Neolithic monuments, prehistoric pits and an Anglo-Saxon cemetery of 150 graves containing spears, knives, jewellery and bone combs have been discovered in Wiltshire.
Alistair McAuley is one half of Timorous Beasties, the design studio which has been commissioned by Nike, Kate Bush and Famous Grouse. Their new exhibition has just opened in Plymouth.
The Royal West of England Academy is exploring how Thomas Hardy's Wessex cast its spell over artists of the Slade between the 1880s and 1920s with a show of stunning Dorset landscapes.
Within months of World War One breaking out, it became clear that recruiting enough volunteers to win the war was a huge task. Ahead of a new exhibition in Bath, see some of the persuasive posters......