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A century-old First World War minesweeper lies well preserved at the bottom of the sea off the Dorset coast
A minesweeper which remained undiscovered on the seabed off St Alban's Head for 100 years has been granted protected status by the Department for Culture Media and Sport.
A medieval fishing boat and two 18th century merchant ships on sand and mud have been given protected status by English Heritage.
The Tank Museum's Mark IV replica - a cameo star of Steven Spielberg's War Horse, made in 2010 - has travelled to France for the Somme commemorations.
Some of the first south-west evidence of the Romans outside of Exeter has been discovered by archaeologists in a Rural Devon village. They seem to have liked a Mediterranean menu.
Story of one of the largest Saxon cemeteries ever found in Wessex revealed 42 years after its discovery
First discovered after a local woman spotted human bones in 1974, one of the largest Saxon cemeteries ever found in Wessex contains cremations, inhumations and warrior burials, say archaeologists.
An expert from the University of Oxford says a bronze Roman wing found at a housing development in Gloucester is likely to have been owned by a retired Roman solider.
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.