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Archaeologists have found the floor and central wall of a seat where a rare deer house collapsed in ancient Cornwall.
Feast your eyes on a beautiful selection of pots from the Leach Pottery, including sagger fired stoneware by John Leach and Japanese stoneware by Shinsaku Hamada and his son Tomoo.
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.
The best exhibitions in the South-West in 2015 sees everything from Japanese paper cuts to a celebration of soil, as well as major exhibitions by Terry Frost and Gerhard Richter.
From maritime adventurer Mary Lang to the Mermaid of Zennor, The National Maritime Museum in Cornwall is celebrating seafaring heroines with a major autumn exhibition.
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.
Ancient artefacts made of imported gold, investigated in the Museum of Ireland collections, suggest that there was no universal value of gold for thousands of years.
A rotting agar-face, live belly-button portraiture and a musical score made from the sequencing of microbial DNA all feature in a partnership between Eden and the Wellcome.
Beautiful storytelling - Viking Voyagers launches in most important show ever held at National Maritime Museum Cornwall
Take a look at some of the star objects from the new exhibition in Cornwall, including loans from the British Museum and Denmark and a theatrical recreation of a beach market.