A Roman gold finger ring, a silver post-medieval seal matrix and a small medieval brooch are three of the newly-declared archaeological treasures in Wales. See them here.
From Wales to Angola, work by six artists will be on show when the exhibition of the 2016 biennial opens at National Museum Cardiff later this year. The prize is worth a cool £40,000.
Back in the Arreton phase of the Early Bronze Age, around 3,500 years ago, someone buried three axes in a field in Monmouthshire. Now they've been declared treasure.
This gold from Denbighshire has a glittering-yet-crumpled baseplate decoration – a spherical blue glass bead set in a gold collar, with a pattern of S- and Z-scrolls, beaded wire and various......
A circular prehistoric monument built by early Welsh farmers for ritual performance has been found in Wales
A circular prehistoric monument built by some of the earliest farmers in Wales has been discovered in the Vale of Glamorgan near a series of pits containing pottery and flint.
Public invited to visit ruined chapel site on Pembrokeshire beach where archaeologists have discovered dozens of skeletons
Tours throughout the day are being offered at St Patrick's Chapel in May, where archaeologists have found almost 50 skeletons dating from the 7th to 11th centuries.
See the late medieval and Renaissance gold and silver rings which are the latest discoveries to be declared treasure in Wales.
A dinosaur known as the Welsh Dragon that was found on a beach near Penarth has been reunited with one of its missing feet and named in honour of the fossil hunters who unearthed it.
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